All in article
Friends have asked about this basic dilemma so many times (especially in the last 2 to 3 years), I think it’s something we need to address for the masses.
Whatever brand you’re looking at, they all have products to choose from. But don’t go for hybrids (half laptop, half tablet), you’ll basically get the worst of both devices in one - and we don’t want that, do we?
So let’s keep this decision process short and fun.
A colleague at one of my clients came up to me the other day and started asking many questions about his professional life. Some classic questions, others a bit more interesting like “How do you get more vacation time?” lol
But one of his questions was more interesting than all the others, and it was the following: “Knowing what I do here, how do you think I could be better off professionally?” Ah! Finally, a real question requiring more effort… My kind of challenge.
Interested, I started asking questions to better understand his current position, such as current responsibilities, years in the job, interests, etc. and finally asked him what he was looking for the shorter term and for the future.
Bragging can take many forms, from a trip you did a few years ago, a story about your childhood, money you or your family may have, to some other business deals you’re going after.
Either way, I think bragging isn’t ultimately about you and a problem per se, but more about how other people view you or hear what they think you’re saying…
This subject is coming up cause recently I’ve had a great discussion about bragging, and I’ll go straight to the point - I was told that many people around me thought I bragged too much.
I’ve gotten much feedback on my last post/article “Why am I suddenly seeing my new car on every corner?” and I will address them in this post as I think some of you have only taken part of the information I was conveying...
The goal of that last article was quite simple and I want to be sure that everyone grasp the fundamental concepts of it and why I try to write articles that bring us closer to understanding. But I side note first.
Last year I changed my motorcycle and suddenly I saw it everywhere. Recently I learned something new and suddenly I find I hear about it everywhere. My buddy changed his car, then tells me he can see it on every street.
... Well, this may sound familiar to you as it should.
If you look at this image, you know that popsicle will eventually end, right? But the real question is, are you dependent on this fatality, or you simply say to your self that the worst case scenario is you getting another one if you really want to? That's the message for this post; being and working to be independent of a specific outcome!
Yep, I was once one of those people you see out there; someone who actually thought that there was one logic to rule them all and that, for any type of situation or argument. But about 15 years ago I realized that logic has its limits, major limits.
But why I’m I saying this? Simple really.
As far as I can remember we’ve all at some point in our lives been taught that being logical has importance in our society. From following rules, even if they’re ridiculous, to having respect for a teacher that clearly has no skills, we were constantly told to oblige to submit.
Here's a view on the current music business and what we can all learn from a "real" stories. - boomseb
Sam has little power over how the government manages the money he gives them every year in taxes. He also has very little control over how others manage their money, or spend what they earn on different products and services.
But Sam does have control over how he decides to encourage musicians, artists and other crafts. Why? Cause he values the ultimate creativity humans have over animals.