Those of us who have half a brain are often put off by the careless phrase turning that stupefies American popular culture these days. While I'm sure she hired a team of song writers to come up with such simplistic mind dribble, we cannot argue the words of Ta Ta Swift:
Few write blog posts because its easier to comment upon the words created by another. People seldom create because creation takes an ability to combat adversity. There are 5 people on the court and 30,000 in the stands. It's just easier to be negative! It's easier to complain about what you don't have instead of committing to earn what you want.
I am of the belief that everyone has something to contribute. We just seem to disguise our need to contribute in the voice of confrontation. Most who post negative comments usually revert to less offensive language when counter-punched with intelligence. We all want to be loved, some just mask it in anger's ugly cousin called sarcasm.
If You Could Of... You Would Of!
It is always disappointing to see people squash the enthusiasm of the those whom life has yet to defeat. "I tried it, it'll never work", are the words of someone who is incapable of re-engineering a solution to a problem.
What terrible dismay one must face when he/she no longer has anything to contribute to the world.
There's Room For Everyone!
There are those who find an untapped market and settle in nicely. When the market changes so must the players in the game. Those incapable of evolving with workforce trends probably just got lucky.
The world is full of passive networkers that pretend to be your advocates. It's easy to identify them... they have one hand out and the other behind their back.
I am a very competitive person. I also realize the art of competition is raising the level of everyone in the game to make the game better. Those who compete simply to watch others lose need to put their head on a couch in a cold room.
We all just want to be loved!
I've been faced with leaving a job I thought I loved. I put it off for a long time... then when I left I wondered what that hell I was doing wasting my precious time.
This happens with personal relationships and the companies for whom we work.
It becomes obvious who the real players are when the game changes. Those who pretend to be in control are often surprised when they are left behind. The insignificant are often too dumb to realize that their greatest power lies in those they entrust to carry the torch.
Is it better to burn out or to fade away?
Don't Forget to Remember!