People will do what seems like crazy and unexpected things. People say things like, “My boss should know better to schedule me when I can’t work”, or “My friend should know better to say that to me”, or “The sales person should know better to charge me wrong.”
It’s difficult to . . . → Read More: You should have known better
Imagine being in a wheelchair. You choose to attend a university that is designed for people with physical disabilities. There are tunnels between every building on campus so you can go between the buildings without being effected by the weather. There are elevators, of course, in every building so it is easy to get . . . → Read More: Are you a giver or a taker?
It can be difficult to know how to act in some situations. An easy answer can be to do what other people think you should do. After all, why would someone want you do to something that isn’t good. Some bad decisions come from trying to impress other people. Impressing other people is too . . . → Read More: Decisions to impress
A year ago I rang in 2011 at a neighborhood New Year’s Eve party. At that party I had a conversation with a good friend who also has similar aspirations as I do. In a conversation at the party we both talked about our desire to really make 2011 extraordinarily better than any previous . . . → Read More: One year of accountability
To be in a hurry is a large part of the American culture. We are all trying to get to one place from another the quickest way possible. There is nothing wrong with that. For example, I have always had a habit of walking fast when I am walking to get somewhere. I think . . . → Read More: Being last