No amount of baldness will make you Seth Godin. No amount of booger jokes will make you Dave Barry. No amount of perkiness will make you Rachael Ray. That’s because you aren’t them. You’re you. And contrary to what you may believe, that’s an excellent thing to be.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?“ Harold always answered the same way — architect. From the time he was 6 years old, being an architect was all Harold wanted to do. He drew plans, made models, and took pictures of buildings.
Some interesting points about arrogance versus confidence were brought up on my “You May Already Be an Expert…” post. I actually expected that. Does that make me arrogant or confident?
“But I have a theory of life,” said Chumlig, “and it is straight out of gaming: There is always an angle. You, each of you, have some special wild cards. Play with them. Find out what makes you different and better. Because it is there, if only you can find it.” ~ Ms. Chumlig, from… Continue reading What Is Your Wild Card and How Are You Going To Play It?
“We plan our lives according to a dream that came to us in our childhood, and we find that life alters our plans. And yet, at the end, from a rare height, we also see that our dream was our fate. It’s just that providence had other ideas as to how we would get there.… Continue reading Your Childhood Dreams Fulfilled