“How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.” – Henry David Thoreou: My views precisely, and why I took till after half a lifetime to become a writer…
“You see when you join a new job, your equity falls to zero or so at the start, that is why you tend to want to return to your comfort zone and a growth certainty” said the middle aged, elegant looking man with curly hair and steel rimmed glasses.
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“How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.” – Henry David Thoreou.
I’ve spend about two decades, as it was expected at several of my work assignments – in motivating and inspiring people to perform to excellence. This was in often being handed charge of the weakest or most troublesome ones – with ‘attitude problems’ as was commonly termed, in the system. But I’ve always looked at, preparing my wards not just for the job at hand but for a lifetime – by trying my best to instill ethics, values, drive, and ambition in them, to succeed and soar in life. This was by respecting each one, even when the organization and external training departments would give them to me as a last resort before showing them the door, either due to poor performance in the tests or misbehaviour. This after…
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