Monday, August 14, 2017

Be Patient, I Rescue My Loneliness And Other People's Loneliness

Some people say the world is lonely. I agree. Where are the good people in my life? Many lonely people ask the same question, too. I'm looking to create new circle of friends. My top priority is independence. The new circles of friends follow. I rescue myself and I rescue other people from loneliness when I achieve independence. I can be rescued before independence.

I want long-term good friends. I accept short-term, too. I appreciate social networks such as Facebook to keep in touch with people. Age is just a number. My definitions of good friends include being mature adults. Good friends are sociable. We converse intelligently. There is an attitude doing something new. Get up and do something, anything. We seek new experiences. We welcome new adventures. We support each other. We are tactfully open people with honestly. We laugh at our jokes. Each of us calls out others when we're wrong with discretion. Our learning never stops. Growing continues indefinitely.

I see myself living at my own residence when I achieve independence. I attract people to spend time with me. People ask me to spend time with them. All of our circles of friends enlarge. I share my hobbies, knowledge, and experiences. I hope my friends share their hobbies, knowledge, and experiences. I eliminate one lonely person one person at a time. I rescue loneliness both myself and others. They happen in my neighborhood, my apartment complex, social gatherings, my workplace, and being outdoors randomly meeting people.

Where are the lonely, unemployed, living with their parents people similar to George Costanza from Seinfeld? There are people in my situation. I'm not the only unique person. I can't find them. I welcome people with weak self-esteem if they're motivated to strengthen their self-esteem. Nobody lives a happy life being lonely.

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Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Hate Yourself Today Only

Be negative. Be hateful. Dislike yourself. Hate your life. Do these today only. A common saying is be positive. The common cliques are like yourself, be true to yourself, and be who you are. Find something to like yourself. Find more to like yourself. Your good attributes defines your good character. Good things happen when you like yourself. Smile. You are you.

How come we don't talk about what we hate about ourselves with full honestly? Is the reason we say the easy solutions like yourself, be true to yourself, be who you are, etc., is we want to falsely convince ourselves nothing is wrong. We ignore our personal problems. Ignoring problems rarely work. How can we fix what's broken in ourselves when we can't honestly find what we hate about ourselves? It's ironic hating yourself can improve your life. How? You're a terrible person to yourself today. Criticize yourself today. I believe we can fix ourselves. A fix for one person may not work for another person. Each fix is different for each person.

What do you hate about you? Your looks? There's so much you can do. God gave your face. Control what you can control. New hair style. Improve your grooming or learn new grooming techniques. Try new makeup. Minimize eating processed foods. Exercise. Working out at the gym consistently slows aging. Relax. Stress speeds up aging. Change your appearance. Wear new clothes. Wear new glasses. Dress for success. Dress to attract people.

What else do you hate? Your job? If the answer is yes, then it's your responsibility to change hating your job to liking your job. Search for a new job. Find a new beginning at another company. Learn new job skills to start a new career. Seek support from co-workers. Take action to like your job. Start now.

I hope you understand the point of today's blog. Find what you need to improve your life by hating yourself. Make changes. I hate being overweight. Eat healthy. Get exercise. I hate being lonely. Learn new hobbies to find people with common interests. I hate being stupid. Learn new skills. Motivation and desire are more important than intelligence and high IQ. I hate being stressful. Get more sleep. Reduce responsibilities. I hate having too much work. Work intelligently. Create ways to complete responsibilities faster.

What do I hate today? I hate being unemployed. I job search two times a day every weekday. I'm learning new job skills which are currently Python and JavaScript. I'm reviewing existing job skills which are currently Excel, PowerPoint, and SQL. I hate being lonely most of the week. I'm preparing myself to move out to be independent. I invite people to my apartment for social activities. Moreover, I have more time to take care of myself living on my own. I have more time to seek new adventures. I have more time to experience new experiences. The adventures and experiences create new opportunities to meet new people and make new friends. My leisure activities prevent me from being a boring person. Nobody wants to be with a boring person. I workout at the gym, read books, cook, play board games, listen to music, watch movies, and write blogs. I want to share some of my hobbies with people.

Learning from failures and becoming successful learning from mistakes must be self-discovered. They can't be taught. Do the best you can. I'm doing the best I can to like myself tomorrow.

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Saturday, August 05, 2017

Anything Better Than Duct Tape?

We have been looking for the next big idea every day. Getting better is good. Innovating infinitely is good. However, we must look for the next big idea intelligently. I believe we have been looking for the next big idea exhaustively. We're tired being informed someone invented a new idea. Is the new idea really new? Is the new idea going to change lives? Or is the new idea all marketing or all hype?

The next big idea mindset is with us all the time. We are over-inventing. It's like we're dumb we can't think of anything new today. We waste time finding something better all the time. If it isn't broken, then don't fix it. Does it need to be improved? Do you want to improve it? Fill in the question with similar adjectives such as improve, innovate, or change. Is the new idea a disguise over the existing idea? It's a judgment call.

If I'm a hiring manager interviewing for a job opening and the job candidate says he or she always improves daily, then I'm not hiring the job candidate. I don't want over-thinkers. I don't want analysis paralysis. I do want people who trust their intuition.

Sometimes old school is the best. Sometimes the old ways are the best. Go back in time to the core essentials. Go back in time to the early successes. Go back in time to the classics. They may be still the best today. Think back in time and front and present. Think is the old way still the best way and think is the old way needs a new way. It's a judgment call.

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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Life Gives People Lemons They Make Lemonade. Life Gives People Roses Yet Roses Have Thorns.

I dreamed briefly I was homeless. I respond to today's blog title in two parts. The reader takes anything from any or all parts.

1. I'm doing the best I can. (I'm aware I'm blogging another doing the best I can blog entry.) How do I know? I know tomorrow, next month, next six months, or next year. I continue moving forward. Something comes up. I don't sit around waiting patiently doing nothing. Can I do more? Yes. How do I know? I hope for self-discovery I do better.

2. Life today is life today. Most of life is out of our control. We do our best to control as much as we can. Sometimes we chuckle. Sometimes we laugh. Sometimes we smile. Sometimes we cry. Sometimes we shout angrily. Sometimes we sigh with frustration. We pause for a moment to express our feelings. We move forward thereafter. Don't take life too serious. Don't take life too lightly. Embrace everything good and bad.

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Monday, July 31, 2017

Throwback Blog: Something New To Me

Blogger’s Note: Throwback blogs are blogs from my past. I start posting past blogs reflecting what I wrote. It's like my "A Second Look" blogs for which I give myself feedback.

Today's throwback blog is titled Something New To Me in Aug 2007. I shared a new experience unfortunately I'm still new today. People have been helping me become a better person. They share their experiences. They teach me new knowledge. They correct my mistakes. I'm having difficulty paying back or paying it forward. The best is utilizing the experiences and knowledge daily as if I remember the people by doing them; in other words, I don't waste their efforts they spent their time for me.

Also, I continue feeling uncomfortable when people thank me for my help. Perhaps one reason is I rarely help other people. I have little experience when people show appreciation for me.

I hope times change my life when I achieve independence. Independence is a sign I'm strong, smart, kind, and wise. I want to share my experiences, to teach new knowledge, and to correct mistakes to people who were in my situation as an adult catching up what I missed in my 20s and early 30s. I hope to receive appreciation sincerely.


Since 2006, something new has been happening to me. It's a new experience I continue to understand and to learn. It's a new experience some people acquired at a younger age. It's a new experience I sometimes forget how to respond, how to follow, and how to model from those who do it naturally. The experience is being thanked by others and appreciated by others for who I am and what I do.

My family has been helping me out. They pay me back for food and groceries. They rarely paid me in the past, and, honestly, I never expected them since we're family. I always say forget about paying me. Recently, my family has been consistent in paying me back. Also, my parents have been letting me go out more often. My family had lots of family events and I participated in them in the past. There have been fewer family events today so it's good timing. My family has been opening up trying new ideas and ventures. Maybe they are taking my example of living more active and trying something new attitude *hee, hee* And my family seems to be talking to me more. It's mostly small talk. It's just that they are saying more. I think my family is appreciating what I have done with appropriate action.

My friends welcome my presence and they thank me for being part of their lives. I receive appreciation in the form of constant and sincere thanks. I receive items such as CDs with mp3. I receive information I use at a future date. I receive answers for my questions, even when I think my questions are dumb. I receive money to help me buy food and items for special events. I receive welcomes when I hang out with my friends. By being with my friends, I become a better person. They share their experience, share their adventures, and share their friendship with me. And I become a better person. I'm learning a lot from them and my life has become less dull XD Yeah, my life is still dull . . . yet I see bright and happy days ahead. I really thank my friends for being a part of me, a part of a better me.

Before 2006, I thanked others and I appreciated others for helping me be who I am today, for being my friend, and for being someone who welcomed my presence and my friendship. Before 2006, I performed the extra effort, helped out a little more, and extended my assistance to my family and friends. Many times, I received no clear appreciation such that I ask myself, "Am I important to my circle of friends?" Or "Am I really helping my family?" Furthermore, I never received clear cut signals from my family and friends I'm welcomed, I'm appreciated, and I'm part of their lives. My confidence was low when I met new people, hung out with my limited friends, and participated in family activities. I felt unimportant. Was I a good person to be with or a pain in the ass?

To repeat, I continue to understand and to learn how to behave when I'm being thanked and I'm being appreciated for my actions, my attitude, my knowledge, and my friendship to my family and my friends. All the experiences are making be a better person. I'm innovating myself. By being with my family, my friends, and meeting new people, I want to learn who they are and I want them to learn who I am. I'm not used to being on the receiving end. I have always given my thanks and appreciation.

Make sure you show your appreciation to you family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, strangers, anyone who took their time, spent their money, shared their experience, and/or give information such as referrals, tips, and street directions to you. Never assume the person is appreciated. Tell them, show them your appreciation. Do some action. Say "Thank You" with sincerity. Return the favor at a later time. Treat the person or persons out for a meal. Offer something the person or persons might be interested. Do something, do some action to recognize and appreciate their assistance appropriately.

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Saturday, July 29, 2017

The Green Steno Notebook 1



The picture above is the notebook I acquired on the first day of my new white collar job. I wrote notes during my job training. I wrote other notes, reminders, and knowledge thereafter. I share many of them. Here is the first blog.

*Jan 2009. Be patient buying clothes because I shop for the best deal. Also, buy new clothes on vacation. Create a memory and an emotional attachment.

*Mar 2009. 60 Minutes interviewed Harry Markopolos who informed the Securities and Exchange Commission about Bernard Madoff The Man Who Knew

*May 2009. Shopped at REI's Anniversary sale for the first time. I purchased a new daytime backpack, hiking clothes, and hiking boots.

*June 2009. I bench pressed 200lbs.

*July 2009. Ninja III: The Domination movie is the about a woman became possessed by a evil ninja. Sho Kosugi is the lead actor. Ninja Domination 3 - Scene 1

Purchased family's first Dyson vacuum cleaner.

I heard a Katy Perry song for the first time. It was "Hot N Cold."

Syndicate is a MS-DOS game created in 1993. Wiki link

Land's End Trail in San Francisco, CA. I have not hiked the trail as of the blog post.

*Aug 2009. Cadillac Ranch - Bruce Springsteen - Paris 85

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Monday, July 10, 2017

There Is Always A Cost

Some people underestimate the cost for their actions. Everything we do. Everything we say. Everything we react. Everything. There is a cost. There can be a sacrifice. Something is given up. There can be an exchange. Sometimes an exchange is unequal. For instance, I'm giving up my social life saying goodbye to many people for independence. We hope our actions the costs pay off at the end resulting in success. Also, success is achieved with good luck, fortunate timing, strength to endure pain, courage to accept suffering, wisdom to learn from mistakes, and working hard intelligently.

Nothing is free. There is always a cost.

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