Good advice from Guy Kawasaki

I am getting a little envious. How can this guy be so good – virtually every single one of his posts is gold.

Here’s a piece of a recent one:

Judge others by their intentions and yourself by your results. If you want to be at peace with the world, here’s what you should do. When you judge others, look at what they intended to do. When you judge yourself, look at what you’ve actually accomplished. This attitude is bound to keep you humble. By contrast, if you judge others by their accomplishments (which are usually shortfalls) and yourself by your intentions (which are usually lofty), you will be an angry, despised little man.

Practicing this will make me humble. It’ll also make me a nicer person to be around.

 


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