Some. Times.

Sometimes it is the figure in the mind that portrays indolence and not the item under consideration itself.

Sometimes we replicate what we see by how we feel.

Sometimes humans and money are like figures which disappoint.

Sometimes what we create has little absolute value.

Sometimes when they tell you not to be content, they’re wrong.

Sometimes you have to put your trust in another in a way you would rather not.

Sometimes you have to say no to say yes.

Sometimes you can achieve more through thoughtfulness than grand action.

Sometimes what you see is all there is.

Sometimes you can’t see very well.

Sometimes an objection can be the key to mental freedom.

Sometimes being careful hurts more than taking a risk.

Sometimes learning is hard.

Sometimes expectations result in disappointments.

Sometimes life is like war.

Sometimes it’s a dream.

Sometimes it takes ugly to produce beauty.

Sometimes it all comes together.

Sometimes waiting is the best thing to do.

Sometimes there is a place you would rather be, but sometimes it’s not what you imagined.

Sometimes an epiphany makes all the difference.

Sometimes.

Some. Times. This is life.

 

On How To Pursue Your Best

This year I’ve decided to focus on developing the concept of being your best. That means cultivating the habits and practices that lead to the ideal state of being. I’m all about the ideal solution when it comes to operations. And I think there can be an ideal state when it relates to being.

People vacillate between their best and their worst as life is lived. And most of us never take the time to observe and learn from the cause and effect of these states. However, my purpose is to bring to light many of the tendencies and circumstances surrounding your best state. Because if you can, why not be at your best all the time?

Even if you can’t imagine being at your best 24/7 my hope is in the next year to point out several ways you might at least improve. This is a magnificent aspiration for me as well.

I know what you’re thinking. Being at my best all the time is going to take all my time and energy. I don’t know if it’s worth it. Well, here’s my theory. Just like learning anything, it’s going to be hard at first, and you will be forced to engage with it. But as time goes on and your habits change to facilitate your best behavior and best work, it will start to come naturally. This is my speculation, and I’m going to test it out.

Looking forward to future blogs about how to maximize your days here on this earth, and be at your best for more of them.

P.S.

You’re at your best when… you know who you are.