NOTES WHILE ON THE LIGHT-RAIL
“I like to lie but I don’t like being a liar.”
MY SPIN-OFFS ABOUT HONESTY
Competitors are losers.
Focus on the goal and life comes to a halt;
Focus on the path and discover life.
Knowing WHAT to think slows progress.
Knowing HOW to think presents opportunity,
creativity and the real meaning of Leadership.
True leaders lead only themselves.
The word “proof”, when added, changes a report into an advertisement, a discovery into a product and the reader into a victim of inanity. Proof can render the world’s greatest lie into disaster by posing successfully as TRUTH.
When the habit of seeking proof is replaced with the business of seeking evidence we learn to start with questions that are free of bias; we discover TRUTH and we improve our personal relationships and our lot in life.
Mistakes are no longer a threat under such a system; they are simply a way of tweaking the path; Mistakes make learning attractive and teach us patience with those who are “always right”. These mistakes can rescue us from the mire of mindless management, of running the risk of never growing and of never again learning a single new thing.
(I think I got that right.)