As I was gripping my fist, pounding the desk and cursing, it hit me; I realized that–gosh darn it, these assholes and bullies are my teachers! What a gift! And the bigger the asshole is, the bigger the gift was! Instead of cursing, I should be thanking them. Wow! Thank you!
America, in parallel to my personal experience, I see that the American people have a huge teacher now, too. America, the teacher is teaching. Learn from the lessons, my friends!
Most of us are connected to the internet 24/7. And because of that, there are no more excuses. We can and should learn–and keep learning–and keep acquiring valuable skills, both to be better ourselves at our current job and prepare for the future.
In the beginning of my tech transfer career, I was a sponge; I soaked up as much information about patents and tech transfer as I possibly could. When I wasn’t able to attend events, lectures or conferences, I would consume so much online materials provided by AUTM and NCET2, especially everything I could get access to without additional fees. (Free is the best!)
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I watched one of Ryan Serhant’s recent vlogs on time management recently. He started the video with a powerful message:
You have 24 hours in a day, 60 minutes in an hour, which means you have 1,440 minutes to spend in a day.
He then counted and let the video lapse for five long seconds. Yup, it felt like forever! Five seconds can feel very long in some circumstances!
We are all “rich in time,” is what he said. I think it actually depends, but it is a good way to frame your day. Everyday, every morning, you wake up and start your day with new time! Better yet, everyone gets the same amount of time. You choose how you would spend your time, everyday. Sometimes we choose how our time is spent; sometimes we go about the day spending time blindly. Wouldn’t you say?
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