We are made wise not by the recollection of our past, but by the responsibility for our future. – George Bernard Shaw

We are made wise not by the recollection of our past, but by the responsibility for our future. – George Bernard Shaw
The future will be won by those who apply the lessons of the past to meet the challenges of the future. We learn from past experiences, we build on the failures and successes, but we can’t try to retrace our steps . . . we can’t aim to recreate a time gone by.  
Reflection – the ability to adapt and adjust – is essential and how we respond to future challenges. As we model our growth mindset, as we embrace the productive discomfort of change, we follow an endless vision for improvement. We examine traditions and experiences . . . we seek to get better. We learn from both success and failure . . . we strive to improve.
Our responsibility is to create the future we desire. Our success in the future will not be determined by recollection of the past, but success will be determined by application of past experiences to shape a better future.

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