“Most fundamentally, the past is done. Gone. Over. If you had some major disaster in July, the time to deal with it and learn from was in July.” Laura Vanderkam

“Most fundamentally, the past is done. Gone. Over.

“If you had some major disaster in July, the time to deal with it and learn from was in July.

“If you have a major success in May, that’s the point to analyze what worked.

“Not in November or December many months later.

“We can’t change the past once it’s over. The future is not so constrained, it’s wide open.”

Laura Vanderkam

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