Leave your mistakes in the past, but keep the lessons for the future

December 18, 2017 1 COMMENTS

by Dan OswaldPerson silhouette standing in 2018 on the hill at sunset

In just a handful of days, 2017 will be over. Another year in the books. I don’t know about you, but they seem to go faster as I get older. It’s like I’m speeding to a finish line that I don’t necessarily want to reach! But it’s like I say about birthdays, it sure beats the alternative. So I’m grateful to have another year behind me—if for no other reason than it gives me a clean slate for 2018.

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Don’t let your mistakes define who you are

April 18, 2016 2 COMMENTS

golfball in bunker with green infrontby Dan Oswald

A week ago, Jordan Spieth lost the Masters golf tournament in stunning fashion. One headline on ESPN’s website read, “Jordan Spieth’s collapse at the Masters the most shocking in golf history.” That’s saying a lot since the “modern” game of golf originated in 15th century Scotland and it made its Olympic debut in 1900, more than 100 years ago. Yet the 22-year-old, according to ESPN Senior Writer Ian O’Connor, experienced the “most shocking” collapse in the history of the game!

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View your mistakes as a learning opportunity, not as a failure

August 31, 2015 2 COMMENTS

International  business teamby Dan Oswald

Sometimes it’s not about how you win but how you lose. That was the lesson Coach Dave Belisle taught his Rhode Island baseball team last year when they lost 8-7 in a Little League World Series elimination game. This video clip shows the story of the team and the words the coach used following their devastating loss.

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