I've had a bad week in the kitchen. Need some inspiration!!!
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Samuel Beckett--Irish novelist, poet, playwright, most famous for the play Waiting for Godot.
Dave, we all do it. It usually happens when you're experiencing what I call brain clutter. To many thoughts streaming into your brain and you screw up that little thing that you normally do without having to separate and organize your thoughts.
It's like fishing, some days you throw out the bait, then a tug, and you reel your focus back in. Then sometimes you throw out the bait, feel a nibble, and reel in an empty hook.
You must be disciplined though. Like Kung Fu, you have to react without thinking. When you make that mistake, immediately find someone else to blame it on. That's being successful and wise.