Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 9/23/13

September 23, 2013—Issue #209

This week’s focus point: I believe in continuous improvement, in one’s life and in society. I concurrently believe in looking for all the best in one’s life and society. These are not opposing views. I weary of people who continually complain and demand no one enjoy themselves because the world isn’t yet perfect. No amount of news is good news, we’re never successful enough. I understand healthy outrage, but not unhealthy cynicism. If you can’t awake in the morning staring at a new day of opportunity, then you’re not in much of a position to help, but merely to cavil. Look at it this way: Just waking up beats the alternative.

Monday Morning Perspective: We live in a world filled with cruelty, sorrow and anger, along with radiant promise, and the only way to survive, as we transit through it, is with a sense of humor and an appetite for surrealism. — Alvin Toffler

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