“Nothing prepares you like experience because we learn from all the mistakes we make. Then we begin to build on those experiences and start to achieve wisdom.”
Mark Twain understood that breaking down the task into bite-sized chunks to be more easily consumed and then taking action on the first task was the key to getting ahead.
How are you getting ahead today?
The next few weeks are going to be a grind but you can finish strong. You have been in this same spot year after year. You are probably trying to complete year-end goals and meet expectations. You only need a few more sales for that year-end bonus. You have a few more books to read complete your reading challenge. Your home project is still not complete, and you expected to be finished. Everybody has something on his or her list they probably have not done yet. Remember that you have been here before and this year is going to be different.
Hey, I am Kirby Ingles, but I am sure you already know that. This week I wanted to share a few questions and answers with you that I have gotten over the last few weeks. I also wanted to offer you an opportunity to ask me anything. There are a few different ways you can do this.
Each person is unique. We also share many similar experiences that unite us. One thing that comes to thought is the labels we create. We allow ethnicity, nationality, language, arbitrary physical distinctions, spirituality, religion, gender, orientation and other things to unite and divide us. So here are 37 things I thought you would want to know about me.
It is the experiences, not labels that shape our worldview. Our views rise from the responsibility we assume for choices and the environment around us. The amount of control we have in our lives and environment. Our view is something we conceptualize through experiences.