“Know what you know, know what you don’t know, and know who knows what you don’t know”
It takes a certain type of person with a certain type of quality to take on board constructive feedback and constructivism, no matter how painful the advise may seem. The first time someone told me ‘you’re too sensitive in nature’ I’d look at them as if they were speaking a native language from an undiscovered African Village. Me? Sensitive? If you say so! The thing is when someone makes such a comment about our personality, you can either brush it off in denial or think, do they have a point? Either way when the fifth or tenth person says it then it’s not denial it’s turning into arrogance!
The fact that it’s the end of the year means there is no escaping the Internet as well as print media which is saturated with ideas on how to keep resolutions. Take your pick there are thousands ideas to choose from! The problem here is, no matter how relevant the information is in all these books, blogs and newspapers/magazines, or what psychological academic genius has written the information, it will fast become irrelevant if the main aspect is missing…
Like I’ve said, this post will only really affect you or mean anything to you if you are at a point in your life where you are ready to make specific changes or you have the will power and motivation for the changes. Such things cannot be forced and you will end up sliding back into old ways. I of all people should know as I have a mini library on such things to do make making changes…. Continue Reading From Here