John Mahoney lived down the street from my parents in suburban Chicago. I ran into him more times than I can count…I can’t begin to describe how kind he was in a 280 character tweet. A wonderful man has passed away at 77 which seems far too young in this case. pic.twitter.com/QThy1VHLXT — Yashar […]Read more "John Mahoney started acting at 37…"
Good day to you, Here are a few words I put together today on Facebook that some of you may find value in. https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Frobert.brooker.18%2Fposts%2F10213765034152032&width=500 Have you surrounded yourself with people that inspire you to move forward? People that challenge you to improve yourself, that could even be much farther the same path you follow, or […]Read more "Be in it to win it."
I used to be a hoarder you know. I attached sentimental value to almost anything. Dumping well sorted boxes produced unpleasant emotions. It is much better now, although I do get so involved in my journey that I still manage to collect a great deal of stuff. This also includes directing my attention in ways […]Read more "Let it go"
Good day to you, I’ve been away from here for some time now. Much has happened. but this isn’t why I’m writing at this moment. My friend Jibreel explains how to set yourself a proper New Year’s resolution. Don’t set resolutions? Do you set goals? Has it been working for you? Perhaps you will also […]Read more "Win in 2018"
Hi, I’m going to cut right to the quick here. I heard someone I respect say that if you can learn to let go of material possessions, you will find it very liberating, and it will help you to be more genuine when you offer your services. This was pondered for a day then I […]Read more "Letting go"
This is an answer I provided to someone that was having challenges socially on Quora. Robert Brooker Aug 24 · 35 upvotes including Ganesh Sonawane Ganesh, it is always good to both find what has worked for others as well as what works for you when building social skills. As a youngster I sometimes rode with my Grampa when […]Read more "An Answer to a Social question on Quora."
Originally posted on Use Your Damn Skills:
No one can accurately tell you what you want. But that won’t stop plenty of people from trying. These people are usually selling something. Who is anybody else to tell you you “should” want something? Either a product, or an experience, or a goal? I have an acquaintance…