Saturday, January 24, 2009

Reality of reporting

Being a "good listener" means having people ask your opinion then try to change it to their own.

I love how the way humans function is that people are always pushing their agendas at each other.

"You need to …" "You should …" "You know what would be really good, is if …"

Do I do that? Three years ago, I wrote that I do not, except rarely.

I wrote that I am not good at "taking advantage" of connections and situations because I find doing so somewhat impure. 

It's so much easier to answer, indulgent and fun-in-anger, "What drives you crazy?" than the question, "What drives you (to succeed)?"

Here's to learning to drive.

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