Saturday, June 29, 2013

This Month's Lessons Learned

Ke$ha-Crazy Kids

(1) I have a soft-spot for Detroit.
(2) Sometimes the timing must right in order to achieve what you want to achieve. Sometimes you must wait for the best time. And then sometimes you just have to go for it.
(3) More often than not, people are insensitive or inconsiderate unintentionally not because they are purposely unkind, but more so because they want to do whatever makes them feel good at the time. Actually, this is much better said by The Daily Love: 
"Don't Take Anything Personally: Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won't be the victim of needless suffering."
(4) The US Census Bureau may not actually be the US Census bureau. Beware!
(5) I really need to be more assertive.
(6) Back on my feet 12 hours a day is exhausting!
(7) 12,000 steps per day is definitely doable. (More on this later.)
(8) If someone wants to do something nice for you: let them.
(9) Some reassuring insights on truly confident people.
-Leave the spotlight to others and go out and just do it.
-Only seek approval from those who really matter.
-Own your mistakes and don't be afraid to look silly
-Never put others down and don't brag
-Know that asking for help does not demean or undermine your intelligence or capabilities
-Listen. Being quiet and unassuming is a very powerful position.
(10) Neighbors can sometimes be helpful. 

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