As I surfed the internet last week, I can across an interesting post. I’m not being lazy, but when something captures my thinking and is said so well, why rephrase and repeat it. You can find the post at this web address https://www.collaborativefund.com/blog/ideas-that-changed-my-life/?utm_campaign=Life%20Designed&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Revue%20newsletter
These are the kinds of things I wish someone would have made me aware of early in life. But who am I kidding? Like most, I would have to experience them first hand before I found them to be true. Maybe that’s one of the key factors that separate those that succeed from those that fail, everyone doesn’t have to learn the hard way. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this read. Have a good week.
Toni Macomb says
Thank you for sharing that post. I found it very interesting and yep, I agree knowing these points during my working life, and before 70, could have definitely given me more opportunities for advancement in work and my personal life.
Jeanne Y Bishop says
fascinating read! Thanks for sharing it. I still don’t buy man-made global warming, but I have a lot to think about from his perspective.
Your personal experiences make up maybe 0.00000001% of what’s happened in the world but maybe 80% of how you think the world works. Why it pays to be an optimist. =)
Kay L Fod-Sollimo says
This will definitely require some mulling over.
Wanda Jordan says
Vince you find some of he most interesting things. I found all this to be so true. Thanks for sharing