We recently moved and as in normal fashion you tend to find those “hidden” boxes from your childhood or other things you meant to throw away years ago… Some of you may just throw everything out like that (childhood things) but for me, I keep a few items because it reminds me of who I am and who I was meant to be in some ways. As you get older those core principles stick with you and they are either magnified or exposed. Low and behold, I came across this “LifeSkills” document.
The LifeSkills Document
I had this document on my wall either late elementary or early middle school years. I don't exactly recall why I had this or why I kept it but I did have it hanging up in my room like a proud accomplishment. Elementary school years I was extremely shy and didn't say much of anything and continued to slowly break out of my shell as I continued to get older. It wasn't until after high school years that I realized that I had to “push” the envelope and develop into a different mindset.
Today, most people who know me on all levels would agree and certainly say that there was no way I was a very timid, shy kid growing up. Even my high school classmates would agree that there is a complete difference in my attitude of being more outgoing. One that recently stands out to me on the list is “SENSE OF HUMOR” because it was a recent conversation about an observation of me. Life is so serious; no one gets out alive. That's not to say everything is a joke because that is far from the truth. [Read more…]