Solving a problem nobody cares about is usually a waste of your skills, abilities, attention, and time. People will pay you very well to manage chronic problems they don't know how to solve. But if you're a creative thinker, problem solver, or someone who cares about
Have, Do, Be invites suffering Lack of resources is a common and convenient excuse for disappointing circumstances. Have Once I have the resources I believe I need ... Do ... then I will be able to do what I need to do ... Be ... to feel fulfilled, happy, and grateful for my circumstances.
Seest thou a man diligent in business? He shall stand before kings. This is so true. We do all things exactly as we do the smallest of things. Our behavior reflects our beliefs, mindset, and incentives (or lack thereof). 1. Beliefs and Mindset (Be) 2. Habits, Routines and Rituals (Do)
I've come to the realization that many people are simply guessing their way through life. I have no more answers than anyone else. And I have exactly as much wisdom in the present as I have failures and blunders in my past. I do, however seem to manage
The answer to just about every interesting question seems to be "It depends.". The not-so-obvious reasons why honesty and likability are ...