small words BIG thought!!!
N2L - what's that?
The Internet is changing our writing habits. Instead of saying, "I'll talk to you soon," we write TTYS or even T2YS. CUS means "see you soon," LOL means "laughing out loud," and IMHO stands for "in my humble opinion." I would like to create a new abbreviation: N2L, which stands for "never too late." Want to learn a foreign language but think you're too old? Say N2L! Thinking of achieving an old dream but figure, "Not at my age?" Say N2L!
- Grandma Moses was 78 when she began painting
- Winston Churchill became prime minister at 65
- Goethe finished writing Faust at age 82
- Colonel Sanders was in his 60s when he started Kentucky Fried Chicken
- William Griffith Wilson was 43 when he founded Alcoholics Anonymous,
giving thousands of people new hope
The world is full of late bloomers and in today's language their motto is N2L. Whenever you doubt your ability to create and achieve something new, you should silently and just for yourself replace those doubts with N2L. And you could add another abbreviation that I just invented: GIAT - give it a try. Because that's the only way to find out where your real potential is. The only way to open the door to a new and fascinating experience.
"Sometimes when you look in HIS eyes you get the feeling that someone else is driving."
-- David Letterman