Thursday, August 5, 2010

Question of the Day!!

The question of the day stems from the minds of the higher learning inclined college students that I know. Whose lives are filled with pre-adult experiences consisting of late night grinding, studying and cramming words from text into their databases (also known as brains) and attending classes on a schedule that is similar to nothing else in the real world (aside from an entrepreneurs work schedule, "hint, hint"). Leaving these tired students with nothing else but the desire to practice their social skills and relationship techniques, as one of the few ways to free their minds.

So students if you are out there reading this, enjoy yourselves, with the real things. It is not always about reaching the goal, but enjoying yourself along the way to that goal. Do not get too caught up in technicalities. Fundamentals and structure work well for school and sometimes business. Relationships require organic and the application of non-limiting principles to be a success. In other words, think outside of the box ;-).


If two wrongs don't make a right, am I wrong or right for the method in which I found out that you were not right? Two negatives do equal a positive in mathematics? What do you think?



  1. Two wrongs don't make a right and snooping is never the answer. However, sometimes being wrong allows you to see where the other persons head is at.