Saturday, January 28, 2006

Time Will Tell

Blogger’s Note: My writing style never uses the word, “Will.” In today’s Blog, I’m going to break the rule and use the word, “Will.” Thank you.

I’m taking a class at De Anza College. The class is how to write a business plan. Time will tell whether taking the class pays off. In March 2006, I’m taking a two day seminar on Real Estate Investments. Time will tell whether taking the seminar pays off. I started to get into books in late 2002 starting with Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, a book recommended by an ex-coworker. Time will tell whether reading books pay off. My webpage,, reminds me to never stop innovating. Time will tell whether my webpage pays off. Each week, I exercise two times a day at the gym. Time will tell whether working out pays off.

My current personal short-term goals are to revise my resume again and upload to major job search websites. Time will tell whether revising my resume again and again and again pays off. I also want to update my Blog more often to share my thoughts and daily happenings. Time will tell whether my Blog pay off.

Today’s current events and happenings time will tell whether leaders, managers, executives, and families pay off for their benefit of themselves and everyone else affected. President Bush’s war in Iraq, the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, the CEO making the critical moves in their company, the mom and dad doing what’s best for their children, an investor choosing which stock to buy and which stock to sell, the high school graduate choosing college or working full time, and the list goes on and on.

Everything we do in the present, right now, at this moment, and anything done today for the future time will tell. We are given the moments in the present and must be proactive in the moments to make the best choices. The ultimate judge is time. Time choose whether our actions today affects tomorrow in our favor, against our favor, or nobody’s favor.

Side Note: Recommended books to read are One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, Moneyball by Michael Lewis, and Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive by Harvey MacKay.


Resume? I don't need a resume. Here is my resume: Innovator. I'm available to innovate for hire.

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