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Authenticity

Can we behave in public the same way we behave in private?

LinkedIn private profile viewing screen shot
There’s no way to prove it, yet the odds are decent this was John W Jolin. The odds are much higher than the odds of winning the lottery, or living to the age of 100. Honestly, it’s most likely only a coincidence.

 

LinkedIn profile view screen shot
Most people are public about their actions on LinkedIn, even if they haven’t uploaded a profile photo.

 

Can we behave in public the same way we behave in private?

Live your life so that if anyone ever says anything bad about you, no one will believe it.

 

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Misinterpret

Motives often come with an awkward aftertaste

Florida wildflower
Two days ago at Tibet Butler Preserve. iPhone cameras are good, but not great.

 

The things we can be grateful for often come from unexpected sources and sort of blindside us at first.

The marketing person’s email review and ‘bold’ website critique yesterday was exceptionally helpful.

It was a nice prompt to rewrite a few things at www.jeffnoel.com

That rewrite inspired the same at the other four blogs.

What was awkward was the timing. Her helpful critique was the result of her ‘fishing for business’. Betting she thought i wouldn’t notice her ulterior motive. No harm no foul, business is business – unless the customer (me in this case) reads right through it.

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One Question A Day?

What’s the ulterior motive for givers?

Faith, Hope, Love window glass art
It’s so simple yet so elusive that even the smallest indiscretion can ruin a reputation

 

What’s the ulterior motive for givers?

What’s the ulterior motive for anyone?

Odds are much greater the giver’s motives are good and decent.

Odds much lower the taker’s motives are good and decent.

Why then would anyone question the giver?

Because history has revealed some really selfish givers. No?

One bad apple spoils the whole bunch?

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Authenticity

What’s the ulterior motive for givers?

Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Many givers are not yet at the top of this pyramid.

 

What’s the ulterior motive for givers?

What’s the ulterior motive for anyone?

Odds are much greater the giver’s motives are good and decent.

Odds much lower that the taker’s motives are good and decent.

Why then would anyone question the giver?

Because history has revealed some really selfish givers. No?

Next Blog