Chapter Thirty-eight. Don’t be grateful

The surveys say that moving to a new house is one of the most stressful things you can do. We want the new house so, so much and are fearful that at any time things could fall through that we spend all our energy focusing on what we could lose instead of remembering what we already have. What we know from modeling failures is that they very rarely, if ever, take time to be grateful for what they already have, and instead moan about what they don’t have. It’s like the cartoon strip Peanuts, which once showed Charlie Brown playing with half of a broken yo-yo. ...

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