Its been a pretty quiet day for the most part, a little bit of humor helps, but don’t break the silence, whe everyone is at peace, minding their own business, draw attentions to yourself. Its moments like these the voices stop, your good character will always be brought into question no matter what phase of life you are in if you are considered a working professional, that’s why we have private lives away from work or academic endeavors to share our feelings, not inside the workplace. Its never cute to be negative, that’s generally a turn off and lifts no ones spirits in life, including your own. If your purpose in life is to help others or to help make others feel better about themselves, then don’t put yourself down in the process of expressing your points of view in life, theres a way to share criticisms of others that helps everyone, that’s if to correct and help make better a person, but the world is not a friendly place always, everyone has their own issues in life. Talking about others, is the quickest route to failure socially, as everyone is connected by a 3rd connection, at least on Linkedin. Never complain, the more you complain in life, the fewer opportunities avail themselves to you in life, that’s a surefire way to be a let down to others, who are looking to work among those who don’t complain and get the work done, without personal issues interfering with their work productivity. If you lose steam in life, youre not the only one who gets tired, everyone has trouble keeping going in life, we are not machines, its okay to be human, take breaks, and work at your own pace in life, there is not fast route to success career wise, not even if you know people, you will always have to prove to yourself to get jobs and maintain jobs, no matter what your upbringing in life is, no matter what perspective you have of the world, and the professionals among them. If you have a job title that isn’t one we already have memorized, then congratulations for staying focused, and continuing to move forward in life. For those of us who have lost momentum, have faith that you will recover, if it’s a bad day keep going, rest when tired, and know your limits in life with others, you can only share so much about your own life and problems, that you begin to bore your audience members, who gradually begin to feel more put together than you having shared your causes for mental illness in the past, or reoccurring mental health issues now. If you are having trouble staying well, its okay to keep those facts between you and your Doctor, no ones life deserves to turn into a guessing game of issues affecting them and their abilities. You cannot compare anyones condition now to their past successes in life, everyone changes, especially after hospitalizations and treatments, you should never be that into anyones life, that you begin digging through their past for dirt about them. Learn to accept people as they are now, whether you trust them or not, whether you think highly of them or not, whether you think youre smarter than them in life, and whether or not you respect them. You would assume that people judge you based on how you are with them, but much more gets taken into account when judging you or determining whether you are a nice person or a good person, genuine, including everything you say privately to self and others, and whether or not you are consistent in your interactions with others, treat all the same. The more nervous or on edge you are in life, about how you appear, the less present you will be able to connect well with others, and be interpreted as sharp or focused, feeling foggy is not contagious based upon looking at someone or knowing someone prior to meeting them, and then thinking about life too deep, that’s not the fog or freeze I’m referring to, that happens, never blame others for your lack of focus in life, be less competitive, and have goals in life besides love, be steady.
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