Onto 2015 (some things I learned from 2014)

The end of another great Year 2014

In the last 30 days I have had to the pleasure of meeting more people, socializing more and learning more than I had in the first 11 months. There must be a banner attached to me and my wife’s forehead that states “we are good people, you can share anything with us”. I say this because I am surprised at the conversations we have had and some of the things I have heard, really surprised! Below are the things I take away form 2014 and take into 2015.

  1. It is very important to meet likeminded people who like doing the things you like to do or who are doing things you would like to do. Once you around those type of people, networking, sharing information, personnel growth, all these things are magnified. Conversations and fun is automatic. These are the kinds of people you need in all the stages of your life.
  2. Don’t judge people: Again in the last 30 days I have heard some crazy stuff. Some stuff I would never do. People go through stages in life, some good some bad. People who continue to make poor decisions are not necessarily bad people. So leave judgment to God and always treat people the way you would like to be treated.
  3. Negative people: I cannot over emphasize this enough. If you have people in your life that bring negativity to life and for the most part brings nothing positive to your life, GET RID OF THEM! GET RID THEM AS FAST AS YOU CAN!! Once they are gone you will see how easy it is to remain positive. A heavy weight would have been removed from your life
  4. Friendships: There are some people in this world who will never have your best interest at hand. When you find good people, when you find a good friend or a best friend, cherish that. Develop those friendships. As you go through different stages in your life (30s, 40s, 50.60s) who will need these friendships. Trust me, great friendships are hard to find.

HAPPY NEW YEARS

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