All I Really Need to Know I Learned in the Blogosphere

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 18 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

I post these mostly as a reminder to myself, but at the same time to share something great.

  • As a whole, people are smarter than you. It’s okay. Turn the page.
  • The best way to get attention is to give it.
  • Manipulation is the currency of fools.
  • Never underestimate the capacity of fools to act accordingly.
  • If you really need help, ask for it.
  • Anonymity isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
  • Admitting when you’re wrong helps you more than the other guy.
  • Writing every day is good for the soul.
  • Sharing your insides helps others share theirs.
  • You’re not nearly as important as you think you are.
  • What other people think of you isn’t nearly as important as what you think of yourself.
  • People are like snowflakes, all different, yet all the same.
  • Take what you need for yourself, but leave something behind for the other guy.
  • Never, ever underestimate your right to freedom or the gift of freedom that you have.
  • It’s better to be happy than right.
  • Technology’s greatest gift to humankind is the spellchecker.
  • Standing up for your beliefs “come what may” is better than sitting down in comfort with somebody else’s.
  • Respecting yourself begins with respecting others.
  • If you gain from something somebody else says, tell them.
  • You can’t be a part of something unless you participate.
  • Meeting people at core enhances the sweetness of meeting them in person.
  • Walk away once in awhile, so you always have the energy to come back.
  • Nobody is better than you, but neither is anybody worse.
  • Yesterday’s successes or failures don’t matter much today.
  • Laugh and laugh again, especially at yourself.
  • Nobody’s perfect, not even you. It’s okay. Turn the page.

Via Life on the Wicked Stage via Terry Heaton