Disconnect 2.2


When I got to college, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. So I took general studies until I could figure it all out. I knew that I wanted to take a speak course. I always have been a shy person, not willing to put myself out in front of people. I took that course and found that I could speak to people publicly. I didn’t always make sense but I was talking. I have heard this all my life. If you want to know what you are supposed to be, look inside yourself. What you want to do all the time or more than anything else is it. It could be a writer, doctor, lawyer or whatever. If that is your heart’s desire and it doesn’t go away, that is your vocation. My vocation is to communicate, by speaking and writing. The first time I swayed an audience I knew that I had the gift of communication. And you what is strange, I don’t like to talk. I thought it is a waste of time. I can small talk with the best of them. But it isn’t my heart’s desire. I want my words to count. Each one has a purpose and I want them to produce a result. As you can well tell from my blog, I am not trying to manipulate people. I want people to come to an understanding of where they are and where they are going. You can only do that by communicating with them. Like Hercule Poirot always said to use those little grey cells. My life’s work got a whole lot easier with electronic equipment. I am glad that it is there but I don’t rely on it for everything. A good pencil and notebook work very well for me. You see the best computer that you have isn’t Dell, Samsung or any other manufacturer. The best computer that you have sits on top of your head.
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