"Buffalo famously gets a lot of snow. Growing up there, though, no one really freaked out about it, because we had machines to get rid of it and the attitude that it was hardly a problem worth hyperventilating over.Claro que existe um grande truque por trás deste pensamento: "When we prepare for them"
Most problems are like that. When we prepare for them and get used to them, they're not problems anymore. They're merely the way it is."
Claro que me faz lembrar a ironia do ICI-man (Sir John Harvey-Jones):
"Planning is an unnatural process; it is much more fun to do something. And the nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression."Claro que me faz lembrar "Objectivos sem planos".
Trecho inicial retirado de "It's not a problem if you prepare for it".
BTW, também sinto um perfume a Laurence Gonzales sobre os que se acham a si próprios e deixam de andar perdidos.