Who is your cheerleader?

Posted by on Jan 12, 2009 in Relationships | 2 comments

Everybody wants to influence other people, one way or another. And I honestly think we do. All of us. Consciously or not. That goes for you too. I don’t know anybody that doesn’t want to leave a mark, let it be big or small, in this world. It could be anything from being praised in the books of history for saving the world, to as simple as leaving a loving memory in the minds of the closest when it’s time to move on. We all wish to be remembered in some way, but do you know how you want to be remembered? Do you even think about it? We all walk through life side by side with more people...

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Our lives are all different and yet the same

Posted by on Oct 14, 2008 in Relationships | 0 comments

Time to grow up.Time to act the way you’re supposed to act when you’ve passed 30.Time to become ‘normal’. …and we all know what ‘normal’ is? Being approximately average or within certain limits in intelligence and development Conforming with a social norm or standard Functioning or occurring in a natural way Lacking observable abnormalities or deficiencies; not abnormal Free from mental illness; sane I think ‘normal’ is in the eyes of the beholder. There is so many different ways of being normal that there is no standardized ‘Normal’ that could be applied to all...

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Golden rule: Deliver on your promises and the expectations of others

Posted by on Oct 8, 2008 in Communication, Relationships | 0 comments

To be able to deliver you have to know the expectations. No matter if it is a project at work or in a relationship. It all comes down to communication. You expect things from your friends, family, colleagues, politicians, priests, leaders and a whole lot of other people, right? Do you think they expect anything from you? I know they do. We all expect things from each other in one way or another. Sometimes it’s unattainable, but most of the time it’s quite reasonable things. I know my parents every Christmas wished for us “kids to behave nicely”. As a kid that felt like a strange...

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