Handle with care... and honor and fidelity

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  14. People who read blogs love to nit-pick. I don’t think you can take that as a reflection of whether people enjoyed reading the article and got something out of it (even the nit-pickers).
  16. Fluffy McGee
  17. June 22, 2011 at 5:20 am · Reply
  18. Are you sure the last three posts are a hard pill to swallow, or that they are simply over-generalizations? I’ve thus far chosen not to comment because everyone else is saying it all. There is an implication in these posts, that by swalling this pill you’re offering us, we will become successful. Or that success can only be achieved by following this path of redefining our mindset and walking towards some unique destiny.
  20. Deep down we all realize that this isn’t always the case. That success is defined by many many many more factors than simply changing your mindset and doing something unique. Further, success itself can be redefined on many levels. You seem to imply that success itself is defined by aquisition of money or through personal development. This definition isn’t really clear in your posts though. We could just as easily argue that success is defined by acts of selflessness. A path many people have followed, but most of them were never made famous by it.
  22. The most interesting thing about successful people is their failure to recognize the final step that got them there, luck. They never want to admit that this could have anything to do with it.
  24. Further, the American individualism in you comes out in these posts. For me it’s interesting to reflect upon, because in Japan success is defined quite differently. They’re ingrained with the idea that everyone should be the same, nobody wants to stick out like a sore thumb. Americans on the other hand are always searching for some kind of ideological dichotomy within themselves.
  26. Don’t get me wrong, I agree with your posts in general, but it seems like you’re arguing that this is the only way. When in fact, it’s really only a way to increase your chances of success. Once again though, I’m really just splitting hairs on the subject, like everyone else.
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  29. June 20, 2011 at 7:54 pm · Reply
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  33. June 20, 2011 at 8:11 pm · Reply
  34. Successful people do not imitate…complete and utter bullshit the whole process of learning is based on imitation

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