There was once a child who dreamed of becoming a millionaire.
Naturally hard working and creative, they spent their life pursuing ideas for achieving this goal, and, as you'd expect, some of the projects worked out well, and some not so well.
They celebrated successes
and glossed over the failures.
and learned from the failures.
As time went on, their thoughts kept coming back to
what didn’t work out rather than what did.
what worked out rather than what didn’t.
So it’s not surprising that, the older they got, the more they saw each new venture as
They kept going
but increasingly found their work stressful and worrying.
and continued to find their work rewarding and exciting.
Although they never quite became a millionaire, they made enough to live a very good life –
but they dwelled on what they didn’t achieve.
and they were proud of what they'd achieved.
They died believing themselves