Saturday, July 13, 2013

This week's lessons learned

(1) Once again, people are insensitive because of their own lack of awareness and need to fulfill their own insecurities. Don't be fretted over trivial nuances (especially from those that are unaware of their own egos.)
(2) Some people just abuse the system. For the rest of us please remember that without your own moral code you really can't live a life of integrity. How will you measure your life?
(3) What may seem like a daunting task can turn out to be a useful and painless activity of self-discovery!
(4) Despite being born and brought up in the states, I still find some western traditions bizarre: fireworks. my kids will celebrate their first publication in a peer-reviewed journal...over cake.  
(5) email is a terrible indicator of tone. 
(6)with that said, some people are electronically abrasive
(7) always prepare more than you think you'll need to. 
(8) my salon is filled with bozos and has terrible customer service. Time to relocate.
(9) Not a lesson learned, but I think something that ought to be more publicized: What NOT to say to someone who is grieving. 
-->Please pay attention to #1. Good grief!

1 comment:

  1. I think a lot of the suggestions in #9 actually work quite well for a depressed person as well. When in doubt, just let people know you are there for them I think!