Positive versus Realistic

Positive versus Realistic

I have heard a lot of people, perhaps more so in the younger generations, jump on the growing bandwagon that promotes being realistic much more than being positive. I have seen this in almost all environments/situations of life, but especially so in business settings....
Dad Loving His Daughter

Dad Loving His Daughter

“I don’t mind if you are making fun of me for the “embarrassing” things I am doing. I’m just glad to hear your voice and have you paying some attention to me any chance I get,” said the Dad to his teenage daughter.
No Title. Too many concepts.

No Title. Too many concepts.

An excerpt from today’s unwritten and unsaid journal entry (meaning, the journal in my brain, when I think). I think this summarizes some feelings and realizations after around 15 years of marriage. Only shared here in case it helps others realize what it is...
Running Books, Animals, Circles of Life

Running Books, Animals, Circles of Life

Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up, it knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve. It doesn’t matter whether you’re...
Getting Meta, and Katsu

Getting Meta, and Katsu

I don’t want to forget how to remember how to get meta in to help others remember how to think. – Ashok Aggarwal This is probably the closest I have come to having a quote that I think could possibly sound darn cool in a big time movie. Either way, I do...