Allison, Travel is For Crisis Management, Intentional Living #crisis


Gadget

Allison, Travel is For Crisis Management, Intentional Living #crisis


WorkingStiffNoMore

On point and my story of crisis in a nutshell. Just haven't done the living with intention part yet. Thanks for the words. Been sober myself almost 14 years. I'm great at isolating and it is IMPERATIVE to shut out the layers of static. My question is, can I really thrive as an introvert in a foreign country. I'm not one to gather and mix rather, I like to observe. I don't have fear, just mild concern about how well an introvert can thrive as a world traveler.


Gadget

I believe you sent a video question. i am working towards answering. Thank you. - Hmm, I suppose I could make a list of ways to live with intended actions. Yet, in so many ways, it is saying no, so we what is left over is our intended action. People have a lot of pressure to agree, I make videos, and they are to anyone, and everyone, and there is no reason they need to agree, but they often demand to disagree, which is the pressure I am speaking of, there is no reason we need to agree, or even say we disagree. I am amazed how much pressure we put on people for no reason, and I am amazed at how much pressure people internalize. One accidental comment can put people in a frizzy. Tone of voice is so important when talking. Here is list of many videos on YouTube, a playlist. Whereby a person pretends to ask Andrew Carnegie questions, and I think as a part of the book by Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich, there are many signals of how to make friends, have friends, and to be more civil. Tone of voice, tone of writing, not being the teacher, etc.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL31-RDYUTVDvrCKi4wxvG2lrvsWZwefl9


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