Monthly Archives: March 2014

Day 19: My Indecisiveness

I am indecisive at times. When handling my responsibilities, a thought comes up to take care of a certain task. Then another thought pops up saying “no do this first”. I start questioning myself; “Should I do it or not”, … Continue reading

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Day 18: Structuring Question to get the Answer you want to Hear

I structure questions to get the answer that I want to hear, through word play. For example, instead of saying; “Did I do this correctly”? I would say; “Is this not the way it’s supposed to be done”? If I … Continue reading

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Day 17: Switching from One Personality to the Next

It’s interesting how I switch from one personality to the next in the presents of different people. I have observed myself throughout the day. What I find is, say for instance a girl is walking by, I correct my posture … Continue reading

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Day 16: Living in Denial

I realized a pattern that I have to want to deny that things are happening without my knowledge. It’s like I don’t want to believe it. I don’t want to hear it and it can’t be true. Then deny to … Continue reading

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Day 15: Accepting Betrayal and Defeat

I have throughout my life accepted and allowed betrayal and defeat. Whenever I have been betrayed I would just chalk it up as defeat, because I thought that there wasn’t anything that I can do about it. Saying to them … Continue reading

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Day 14: What Motivates You to Do What You Do?

Throughout my life I have been one to only do things if I was motivated. It starts with being rewarded as a child if I did something that my parents wanted me to do or learned how to do something. … Continue reading

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Day 13: Third Party

When receiving information from someone about a Third party that pertains to me and how the Third party is, it is easy to react to the information that I received because, after I leave the person who is telling me … Continue reading

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Day 12: The Minimal

If there are two ways to do a job, both having the same outcome, you could either do all you could to get it done which will result in a shorter time frame or doing the Minimal which will result … Continue reading

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Day 11: My Self-Interest Kindness

I grew up hearing that kindness was something that came from the heart, but self-honestly as I look back there was always self-interest involved. Meaning that, I was expecting something or another in return. It didn’t have to be in … Continue reading

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Day 10: Hidden Agenda When Asking Questions

I ask questions with a hidden agenda behind it. It’s what I call beating around the bush. Instead of asking questions directly, I “test the waters” per say, meaning that I “see” what type of mood that person is in … Continue reading

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