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November 04, 2008

On Being a Survivor

Restarea "Survivors break down large jobs into small, manageable tasks. They set attainable goals and develop short-term plans to reach them. They are meticulous about doing those tasks well. [They test] each hold before moving forward and [stop] frequently to rest. They make very few mistakes. They handle what is within their power to deal with from moment to moment, hour to hour, day to day."
- Paul B. Farrell, in an essay on political survival tips at Marketwatch.com


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