Be observant for open doors (or windows) (or any opportunity that opens).
Generally, we reap what we sow.
Make it a habit.
Like brushing your teeth, using please and thank you, and fastening your car seat belt.
No thought whatsoever.
Great habits yield great results the same way poor happens yield poor results.
Even with limited intelligence a person can easily do the math on this proposition.
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Randy Pausch in his book, The last Lecture, proposes that nagging people are really lovers. He didn’t say that, I’m just rephrasing what he wrote to make a point.
People nag others because they care, although it doesn’t seem so.
Stop what you’re doing and watch this.
When people stop nagging you, it means they’ve given up on you.
It’s an educated guess that you’ve never considered this angle before. Nagging seems so negative.
Nagging is actually positive.
Are you going to find ten minutes in your life to watch Will Smith’s passion and wisdom?
It will be the best ten minutes you invest this year.
We’ll there’s better stuff out there, but you’ll most likely never find it. I probably will. And then nag you to pay attention. Maybe.
Are you willing to take that chance?
Only a fool would pass on this.