I love a good sequel.

Star Wars, Marvel’s Avengers.  I even loved Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey (yes I’m that old).

But some things don’t need a sequel.

That bad day that you had at work.  Don’t repeat it.

That time you allowed yourself to become distracted from your goals.  Leave that behind.

Those hurtful words that you spoke to your kids.  They don’t need to hear them again.

If you have done something that didn’t work, that’s OK, but please don’t ask us to sit through it again.

However, there have been times when you have delivered remarkable work and inspired us all.

Let’s see that again.

But let’s make the sequel even better than the original.

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