With people who have the same interests as you do
With all manner of people not just your own kind
Enough to cultivate networks that are diversified
By involving yourself in a little more than a passing interest
So that you can learn from a wide range of people
So that you can share with everyone.
You don’t have to be aggressive
You don’t have to be aggressive just resolute
You don’t have to be rude just assertive
You don’t have to be angry just certain of yourself
You don’t have to be argumentative just consolatory.
Offer a way out where others will not lose face
Always allowing them to diplomatically back down.
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Sometimes we have to accept
Sometimes we have to accept that those in authority,
Don’t know what they are doing,
And that they are not likely to change.
They are frightened, lost, confused, vulnerable and alone.
So be tactful in the way that you help them,
Because it is the fear of competition that makes them fear their own competence.
Always look for opportunities
Always look for opportunities to do your best
By being flexible in your approach to new things,
Always be prepared to try something new
Whilst all the time staying focused and keeping your desired results within your sights,
Never deviating from your path
And never forgetting to go home once you have done your best.
If you don’t need it
If you don’t need it get rid of it.
Why keep old habits and rituals, if they no longer serve a purpose?
Why do I still do this?
Why do I still do things this way?
Why am I still carrying baggage when I could be carrying experience?
When it’s all over, get rid of it.
The importance of things
Do the important things in your life fit into the way you want to live?
And have you set your priorities in the right order?
And what’s the result?
Do you know what you are supposed to be doing with your life?
And if you don’t know, you had better find out before it’s over
And if you do know, are you doing it?