As every game changes, you have to make additional calculus about the tools. And much the same is increasingly true in personal development as well. Roles in life change, goals too, and do to lists only seem to get bigger and bigger. And as for every kettle there is a pot, I hope this list will provide you with enough tools in order to improve your life while preserving sanity.
I’ve been at to many parties, and witnessed far more discussions where the term education has been shockingly misused. As if most of my peers would have you believe that education starts with the aim for a diploma, and ends with the prospect of a job- An overused mantra that was, up until now, hardly ever questioned.
With this year coming to an end multitude of articles about setting your resolutions will soon start to appear. Conceptual clichés, regurgitated for way to long, it seems as though there is nothing new to add. All the same, the significance still remains to try and set a goal, change a certain aspect of your reality. And while similar articles will try to shower you with words of wisdom worthy enough to knit into a pillow, I will not pretend and follow in the same vein.
If we try to discuss the contemporary way of life no single conclusion or observation would be complete without fully acknowledging the rate of change. Change that, as I write this, is happening at a rather rapid clip. Yet we act as if though the rate of change is minimal, or non-existent for that matter. For what we experience now is an increasingly transience society- one that requires the ability to adapt, to restructure, to be mobile above all.
Being curious about some stats on how people approach TV shows, I noticed a pattern forming each and every time. Going over the numbers, which I decide to skip now since I don’t want to bore you to death, it shows that a certain demographic reacts quite predictably whenever one specific topic is being brought up.
Care to guess what? One hint though, it’s not drama, nor sex, nor good old car chases.