I remember when I used to be paranoid… and everyone said that I was wrong. But if you see that people are after you, and they are, is that paranoid? No, it is seeing clearly. It is being factual. A realist.
Countries, people, soulcorrections, have different attitudes to doing things. 1
Hungary (country), Finish What you Start (soulcorrection), England (country, ethnicity), especially, have an attitude of “How hard can it be?”
And they fancy themselves all-knowing, all-expert at everything.
My brother calls this the “do it yourself” culture.
And utter disrespect for people with experience, education, expertise. Or for skills, expertise, experience, and learning.
I worked as an architect in Hungary, for 11 years. Every client knew everything better. They considered me their guy who puts the stamp to their plan so they can get a building permit.
My brother was in a different profession, and his experience was the same: no humility, no sense of what it takes to actually be good at something, to see things fully. Continue reading “How hard can it be? he said while grinding the gears”
I’ve been interviewed on real TV. I have been interviewed for articles. But this would be the first online TV interview since I discovered that the reason I was miserable because people were miserable around me… i.e. I was an empath.
OK, so what do I do when I need to make a decision about doing something or not doing something?
I investigate. And then I think. Pro. Con. First feel… then think, evaluate, compare, see the big picture.