I just got back from Pilates. Feeling strong 💪🏽
People are always talking to me about all these issues in their life, the many layers of work politics, the many drama-filled friendships and heartbreaks they have endured. The more people speak to me about those ‘obstacles’ in life the more I am interested in learning more and understanding why. I feel naive in the sense that I don’t always know what’s going on and I might not understand the situation. Maybe you would call that oblivious. I don’t know the correct term. Nevertheless, not knowing or understanding pushes intrigue.
Every time I write I feel like I am a child looking out at the world with a new brain, a new set of eyes and a new perspective. I write how I feel and when I read back I’m like WHO DAT BITCH WRITING MIND JUMBLE? LOL. A lot of the time I’m not that person anymore I was that person thinking those thoughts on that day. I find it so odd how fast my thoughts and ideas can progress or evaporate in a blink of an eye. I still hold similar values but everything else is so quick to change. Experiencing life as it is is so important in contributing to learning more about how the mind works. It makes me excited that I don’t know what to expect from the future; I’m curious about what kind of awful shit I have to experience to become stronger, or discovering something new that I enjoy doing or meeting new people. Every day I get the chance to try new things and think in a new way.
I really think I can help struggling people – maybe that’s why I seek problematic friends because I feel like I can find a way to reach out to them to help them. Anyways, I kept saying this to my good friend Senar. He started telling me that if an employee is not cutting it they need to be let go of in order to save the business. I argued that you just need to support them in a way they understand to reach their full potential. Then I finished reading this book on How To Get Your Website Noticed (How To: Academy) and it talks about how a business is made up of 3 things: People, Process and Product. It says every business needs 2 out of the 3 in order to survive. This is really interesting as it does say you should let go of the wrong people in the worst case scenario. But it ALSO means if a business has a good process AND product then a person falling behind won’t have a detrimental effect on the survival and thus you may be able to help them keep up. So Senar we were both right ya little bitch! Lol
I don’t understand a lot of things but I think that’s the beauty of living and learning. Whatever you learn may change as soon as you discover it so you end up knowing nothing again. Knowledge is valuable but it’s also constantly evolving so I find it’s best not to hold whatever it is so close to heart. Having this never-ending limitless supply of material to dig into excites me. I wonder if people I know think about these things too.
What do you think about in your spare time?