Nothing in life is of any value unless it is shared with others.
"Notes" of An Elder is a depository of pertinent information, knowledge and wisdom. Available weekly will be an elder's "thinking menu" for your use. Enjoy this bounty.
- No one has the right to do wrong, not even if wrong has been done to them.
- Successful people treat success as a learnable skill. They figure out what they need, and they go get it.
- The smartest person in the room is always the room. Think, listen, speak and act accordingly.
- “Be everything to everybody, and you’ll be nothing for yourself.” — John Rushton
- Your life is a reflection of what you believe you deserve.
- The problem with patience and discipline is that they require both to develop each of them.
- Who you are.
- Who you want to be.
- Who you pretend to be.
- Who you could be.
- Discomfort is the price of admission to a meaningful life.
- Learn more by being more.
- Seize the day because you can help build a better tomorrow.
- “Change is the end result of all true learning.” — Leo Buscaglia
- Closed-minded people are more interested in proving themselves right than getting the best outcome.
- Reading a book per month will put you in the top 1% of business people.
- Trust the foundation upon which relationships are built.
Did I engage in any “real conversations” today?