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Powerquotes - Creating Daily Insights and Inspiration 
Volume 3, Number 124

"We have worked at full speed since May.  And that is 
I'm persuaded the root and source and origin of all health
And happiness, provided of course that one rides work as 
a man rides a great horse, in a spirited and independent 
way; not a drudge, but a man with spurs to his heels."

 - Virginia Woolf, writing in her journal about her life as a
publisher and writer.

Questions to Ponder

How am I riding my work-horse?  

Do I agree with Ms. Woolf's assessment?

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Kevin Eikenberry

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