Archives for January 2015
Cannot get enough of them.
Here are a lot of great quotes from Inc..com.
“If you were assigned the task of changing the world as you know it, and you could only select twelve people to assist you, knowing you would lose one of those people, and you only had three years to accomplish this task, who would the twelve be and why?”
That was the only parameters they were given.
It was a thought that had been rattling around in my head for a few days.
I sent it by text to a few friends and asked them to think on this question.
It might be more challenging than you think.
Especially picking the one who will be lost, yet you select them anyway.
My “knower” kicked in.
I took steps to be assertive and did not concern with the potential negative outcome. I only saw the positive that my action would bring, even for a temporary respite.
Did not sleep well.
I am a 6’1″, 190 pound walking vial of tension.
I fear nothing.
Which is probably not good, but I don’t.
And anger, when I channel it, can be turned into a positive output.
Giving an “elbow smash” to the car’s trunk this morning at 6:25 a.m. was probably not a good example of that.
And most likely will gain me a few more “unsubscribes”.
When I have a down day, which I usually do on Wednesday, (weird common denominator in my life), I usually come roaring back with a very confident day.
I believe being “consistent” and “content” are two over used words.
Over my adult life, I have spent time in these settings, usually attributed to a “need for speed.”
Unfortunately, the officers involved in these incidents usually answers with a “no to go”.
Those seated closest to me, was probably wondering why is this snappily dressed attorney sitting on the back row in the back corner of the courtroom.
I was trying to help him and he was like a constantly moving target.