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August 09, 2007


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Sharon Sarmiento

Hey KG--It is so crazy--we've had another incident of B.S.P (blogger sensory perception)!

I was just working on a post about learning from "failure". Actually I was thinking (as you've also stated here) that our definition of "failure" is when things don't turn out the way we want them to, but really for a lot of creative visionaries that perceived "failure" was actually what opened the door to their hugest accomplishments.

It's making me think of that Rolling Stones song--"You can't always get what you want (but you get what you need)".

Anyhoo--getting out of your head now...:-)


Sharon — I love B.S.P.! It's turning to be one of my favorite, fun, random things about blogging.

You're welcome in my brain anytime. :)

Nice quote from the Rolling Stones. What a fab song. Gonna go listen to it now.

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