An attempt to understand myself, nature, and the world at large.
17 June 2007
Ten minutes to celebrate a win, ten minutes to mourn a loss
A common hockey adage is that you should only spend ten minutes to celebrate a win or ten minutes to mourn a loss (depending on how the game turned out). Then you switch to neutral emotions and move on to the future. This adage is another example of the "even keel" philosophy I discussed in an earlier post.