At first it sounds like an insult, but in reality, it’s just stating the facts. I’m not half as smart as my ego makes me think I am. This isn’t poor self-esteem. This is the first step towards my goal. I want to contribute to this world, and there’s no better way to do that, than by learning as much as I possibly can, finding my place, and making a difference. I can’t do that if I think I’m already there, when I’m really not.
If this isn’t making sense to you, stop reading the article. If it is, take a dandy trip towards your own goals, and check out this guy’s blog:
It’s important to take time off from your crushing schedule for some personal time. Take time to deflate and be creative.
Many times people take time to organize or streamline their environment instead of taking that time to relieve stress. This can prove to be less fruitful. Make sure to minimize excessive organization. Too much micro management can add extra steps to even the simplest situations. Barring legal protocol, the least amount of steps to resolve any situation is best. You can save time, increase productivity, and avoid stress by minimizing your processes.
Many people use their spare time to exercise, meditate, or even play video games. I recommend Command & Conquer 3 to improve your strategy and logic skills.
I’ve had a rough time of it lately. I’ve been down and out with a cold, various infections, and with the loss of my legs, things have just been downright troublesome. But, thanks to some very inspiring individuals, I’m back, alive, and ready to take on the world again. I can’t say there won’t be speed bumps. There’s always the possibility of another surgery which is pretty much another setback. But I’m here to stay. I think if God or whatever being that may be wanted me dead, I’d be dead. I’m not, and plenty of people have tried to change that.
I’ve got work to do people.