Character, let’s try teach it to our children

Let not our children grow as any seed that happens by the stream. Let’s intentionally parent them. And if we see fault in ourselves, or are alerted regarding our flaws in character, let’s choose to change. No one, but a fool, is too old or young to make a positive change. To become better persons. It does you no good to read many books and increase your knowledge and understanding of complex matters yet you remain “half-boiled” in people relations, simple decorum and that spark that makes you desirable company. Why be a leader in whatever capacity yet in the simple things everyone would prefer any other company but yours?  It bites to know that your jokes are only funny to those who must lick your boots to survive. Before those boots fall off and you are no longer the “main ingredient”, clean up your act. 

“The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; to be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not a bully; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humour, but without folly” ( American Entrepreneur Jim Rohn) 

Let us aspire to grow in the spheres that make the existence of the next person better. Let us also have the strength to be positive influences in the face of all this negativity. The world has enough fault finders, let’s try fill the gap of positive energy! 

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