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Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.


"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."


Benjamin Franklin began and ended each day with a question:

"What good shall I do this day?" in the morning, and


"What good have I done this day?" in the evening.

In fact, many great thinkers embraced the idea of constantly questioning things.
As Albert Einstein reportedly said, "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning and learning."

Of course, getting into the habit of self-reflection is easier said than done, as we often prefer to avoid asking ourselves the tough questions. As philosopher and psychologist John Dewey explained in his 1910 book, "How We Think," reflective thinking involves overcoming our predisposition to accept things at face value and the willingness to endure mental unrest.
But enduring this discomfort is well worth the effort, as it can result in the confidence boost necessary to perform better in our work and daily lives.
To help kick start your habit of self-reflection, here are nine daily questions you can start asking today:


'If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?'



The article linkage
http://isites.nhu.edu.tw/yschao/doc/4856


凡事唯有投入,結果才能深入; 凡事唯有付出,結果才能傑出; 凡事唯有磨鍊,結果才能熟練; 凡事唯有不煩,結果才能不凡。
能與智者同行,你會不同凡響;能與高人為伍,你能登上巔峰。
你雖不能改變環境, 但卻可以轉換心境;你雖不能樣樣勝利,但卻可以事事盡力。
Dr. Chao Yuang Shiang (PH.D in management), Assistant Professor,Dep. of Finance & Institute of financial management, Nan Hua University.
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