The older you get in life the more you learn. Life is a never ending learning voyage surely for every single human being here on Earth. The second you stop learning you’re done.
Alas, life and time are great teachers. The best teachers you’ll ever have.
We all makes mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes oh yes they do 🙂
Certainly, I’ve made plenty of them. Mostly against myself. Pointing the trigger of life pain back at myself to spare others.
Self harming myself on drugs and suicidal a few times but in the end, I never gave up. Nor ever would. It’s not in my mindset ultimately to do so — and is against my faith to do so. That’s my agenda.
Some mistakes down right stupid and silly, we’ve all been there one way or another🤣 Other mistakes in business in the early days. Sure. In more ‘green’ days. More importantly, sometimes perhaps not being as polite and kind or empathic on a few other occasions to people as I could have been. They are the ones that really annoy me now though and get to me. Maybe small things to some but the unsettling ones of maybe if I was rude to that person. Could have I been nicer, more polite and made a better difference in someone’s day on another occasion in an interaction. Maybe trivial but that’s the stuff along with communication skills working on these days.
In the end, at this point 34 now, with a very bright future ahead, as I move on in life now, my job sir is to work hard and make improvements. This is my reason for living and modus of operandi at my core and of who I am as a person. Always has been I suppose and these days I’m improving the balance side of it all the time.
Other mistakes more petty, maybe, like wrong diet choices, leaving pieces of my heart in more places then I care for. I’ve tasted near death experiences more times than I care for, too. That’s me though. You’re you. And, we are all part of the same human race. Are we not?
When all is said and done.
I never judge anyone but I’m not a bad judge of character when needed.
One thing I certainly got wrong in my business projections in the years ahead for the world — was the following.
My early characterizations of the entrepreneur Elon Musk.
As being arrogant and of little substance, outside of being a celebrity businessman — who I had thought in the beginning was just doing what he was doing for his own gains.
I was wrong on that one. Hold my hands up there.
Upon inspection, the man is quite brilliant, like some other businessmen of the 21st century but moreover (some not famous at all but equally as inspirational), but far, far more importantly, Musk’s intentions and motivations are genuinely sound and fundamentally good. This Twitter thing at the moment is significant in the big ‘fight news’ in the world at the moment in new main stream media.
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Now, one of the co-creators of Twitter has spoken up on Musk’s bid to take the company to the next level:
Upon research in recent days — this leads on from the shareholders of Twitter and most of corporate America at this point rallying around Musk at the moment.
Shareholders deserve a democratic vote and any chairman of any board worldwide will surely tell you he is nothing without his shareholders.
This will not only change America but will change the world for the better.
It is not a political issue. It’s a humanity one. There is always a human element to all business, after all.
Is this not the best way to show democracy by going to the vote from shareholders.