Does it bother you that my topics are random?
I realize that my posts range from super serious to total goof ball-ness (Yes, I just made up this word).
But that’s how my brain works….
I’m trying to find a flow in my daily blogging and become more consistent, especially if I say that I’ll finish talking about something the next day.
My thoughts, though, flitter and fly like a hummingbird. Or they attack a subject like a shark, leaving nothing but the bones behind.
No, I’m not ADD either.
I just love big ideas, the overarching principles that shape thinking.
Nitpicking tunnel vision bothers me. You lose sight of the grand design that way.
I’m not arguing against taking a strong stance, but I’m coming to believe more and more that you can have strong beliefs without needing to discredit and destroy those who are different from you.
I try to focus all my energy on building character and helping others.
No one benefits when you’re an idea bully.
Maybe your idea is the best. Kudos to you.
But no one likes a bully–even a correct one.
Don’t claim up and never share what’s important to you either.
Just remember that what’s important to you right now might not be important to someone else.
I think of it like this:
Friends have the right to share ideas, so it’s always better to be a friend as opposed to being an enemy.
So, we’re back to where we started: The randomness of my blogs.
I prefer the bigger picture, which is probably why I’ve always loved picture windows, mountain top views, and aerial shots.
My goal is for us to engage in meaningful conversations around the posts.
I want us to dig deeper into the whys (a big reason “daring to dig deeper” is my tagline) while keeping our eyes on the horizon, the bigger picture.