Acknowledging Our Own Mistakes

“Sometimes it’s difficult to accept, to recognize one’s own mistakes, but one must do it.”
~ Mikhail Gorbachev
President of the Soviet Union (3.15.1990 – 12.25.1991), General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (3.11.1985 – 8.24.1991),
Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union (5.25.1989 – 3.15.1990), Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union (10.1.1988 – 5.25.1989),
Co-Author, Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development (1988), Nobel Peace Prize (1990), Ronald Reagan Freedom Award (1992),
University of Louisville, Kentucky Grawemeyer Award (1994), Portuguese President Mário Soares’ Grand-Cross of the Order of Liberty (1995),
National Civil Rights Museum Freedom Award (1998), Dublin City Council Freedom of the City of Dublin (2002),
Charles V Prize by the European Academy of Yuste Foundation (2002),
Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children (2004 – Gorbachev, Sophia Loren & Bill Clinton) & Point Alpha Prize (2005)
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Love the Person Not the Potential

“Don’t go telling yourself you’re in love with the man he could be; you gotta love the man standing in front of you right now.
Simply put, love the person not the potential! Otherwise, he will always be disappointing to you, and whose fault is that?”
~ Niecy Nash
Comedian, Actress, Television Host, Model, Producer, Emmy Award (2010), Primetime Emmy AwardS (2X) & Hollywood Walk of Fame Star (2018)

As You Pursue Your Riches

“Money doesn’t cover up your faults–it actually unmasks them.
Keep that in mind as you pursue your riches.”
~ Betty W. Liu,
News Anchor, Business Journalist, Author,
Founder & CEO – Radiate
Dow Jones Newswires Award (1997),
“Top 30 Business Journalists Under 30 List (3x)
& Central High School’s Alumni Hall of Fame (2011)

Facing My Part, My Fault

“I went through a long period of time in that marriage
when I didn’t believe anything was my fault.
I had to face what my part was,
and only because of that difficult work
was I able to trust a man again.”
~ Connie Sellecca,
Actress, Producer, Spokesperson, Activist & Model