Saturday, January 25, 2014

Eric Standlee January 25, 2014 at 12:00PM

Don’t cheat yourself. About 20 years ago I was audited by the IRS, I thank God that I had two shoe boxes filled with receipts. (My filing system of the 80’s and early 90’s) When I completed compiling my date book with the receipts and went before the IRS agent, we discovered that I was owed more money. I had cheated myself out of deductions I deserved. Today, I keep close account of everything I do. I make sure that when I get audited by adversity, circumstances, or self doubt, that I can look into the shoe box of my life and pull out the receipt that says I have conquered this before, I have been able to overcome this before, I have defeated this before... and I can do it again. Keep an account of your victories, they are the proof of your life. Be-Aholic Peter Remington