I’ve been thinking about where people start in deciding what they want in life. Too often I see those decisions start in the weeds and not looking from 20,000 feet or as I like to say, in the balcony.
We spend too much of our time complaining about how life is. In reality, for most of us in the United States life is pretty good.
This is a question that we all need to ask ourselves? It’s also a topic that none of us want to think about or, take any actions about.
This is a question I ask myself regularly. The answer unfortunately is often no. I don’t know about you, but living up to your potential for me has been hard work.
I spend much of my time dealing with what’s called seller's remorse. This is when someone sells their business and then finds they wish they hadn’t. Besides seller's remorse, there’s also retiree’s remorse. Just like being unhappy after selling your business, you might become unhappy that you left your job.
This is an opinion piece, and it’s not a political screed.
We live in a constant on world. My question is why we do that?
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the concept of wisdom in our lives recently. I think it’s something we probably think about more as we get older. It’s hard to have any real wisdom without also living a fairly long time.
Everyone knows about having a good corporate mission statement. If properly crafted the mission statement will be a guiding light for the people who work in that company.