Valuable lesson #4: This guy’s education was a scam.

July 6, 2012 § Leave a comment

Insight
Posted on June 29, 2012

When I first signed up for The Listserve some time ago I was full of skepticism, hopes and delusion. Then the projects started and I started to receive email after email; Beautiful words forming advice, tips and precautions that everyone really should take part of. Irregardless of it’s purpose – it is fun hearing about other people.

Myself, I am some what of a metaphorically half-blind Sherlock Holmes and have some academic background in everything human. What I would like to add is some, although paradoxical, insight into the human condition. The problem, as I see it with most things in life, is that 99% of people never ever – listen – to – advice. You have your life and live it by the understanding your experiences have shaped over time. It takes a unique openness and self control – insight – to actually adapt your life to things you have not yet realized yourself.

Be aware!
Adam

“What I’m about to tell you is the result of really smart academic inquiry and deep insight: My advice is to listen to advice. You’re listening? Okay good. No, that was it. What?”
– Adam

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