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- September 14, 2013 at 11:01 pm#30985AnonymousInactive
Look carefully and thoughtfully at the things that frustrate you. In each of them you will find real and workable ideas for positive growth.
Frustration occurs when you realize, sometimes painfully, that things are not working nearly as well as they could be. Follow that realization to its natural conclusion and you will find a clearly marked pathway for improvement.
Great inventions, successful companies and immense fortunes have been built through positive responses to frustration. Indeed, frustration has always been a major catalyst for creating value.
People frustrated with the way things are, can develop insatiable appetites for making the world better. Frustration can get you thinking and acting, building, creating and persevering toward a positive purpose.
Frustration is the feeling of knowing it can be better, and the greater the frustration, the more positive and exciting are the possibilities. When you are feeling frustration, remind yourself what a truly great blessing it can be leading you toward.
When you know without a doubt that things can be better, you’ve already started the process of improvement. Go ahead, feel the frustration, and let it give you a powerful positive push.
— Ralph Marston
Copyright ©2007 Ralph S. Marston, Jr.September 14, 2013 at 11:22 pm#160841AnonymousInactive
Thanks Ann, I needed that today. I appreciate your posts.
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