If Only . . .
If only this . . .
If only that . . .
If only . . .
It’s always easier to point to what others did that caused that chance to slip away. Always easier.
But is it honest? Or helpful?
If the only person you can really change is yourself, then shouldn’t you be doing that? Why waste your time looking for someone else to blame? That’s time you could be using to get better.
Bitter or better: it’s always your choice.
And, think about it, when is the last time you heard a winner whining? Nah, they were too busy working. Or celebrating. Or flipping a tire . . .