Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Personal Limitations: Mentors Part 1

You are being watched.

No, I’m not talking about any Orwellian Big Brother. But every time your life touches, brushes, bumps into another’s, even if only for minutes, you will be watched. You may think these people don’t see, don’t care, don’t know you exist. But they do.

And “they” may often include more people than you realize. Sure your friends watch how you react to trouble—but so do your enemies. Your kids notice how you treat their friends, and their friends also notice how you treat your kids.

Yes, you are being watched: your every move, every decision, even your choices in books and movies are being observed, often at the least expected times by the most unexpected people.

The question is, what do they see?

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