Friday, April 2, 2010

FAQ's WORTH CONTEMPLATING

FAQ'S(frequently asked questions) have become a popular part of many websites that try to answer questions about the services or products being offered.Years ago,who would have thought that websites would become the marketplace? That we never thought of that suggests we didn't ask the right questions about the future. Maybe we still don't.

The same may be true about our selves. The majority of FAQ's people ask about themselves and their futures revolve around their safety,security and well-being.Will I be OK seems to be a universal question. Our needs for reassurance have been strong ever since we were little and seem to linger well into adulthood --even senior hood.

I encourage that we assume we will be fine and that we shall overcome the challenges we face. Then I would turn my gaze to the following questions in any order:

HOW CAN I HAVE MORE FUN AND ENJOYMENT IN THE FUTURE?
HOW CAN I IMPROVE MY PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH?
WHAT DID I LIKE TO DO THAT I NO LONGER DO?
HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE MORE TO THE WORLD AROUND ME?
IN WHAT WAYS CAN I BECOME A MORE COMPLETE ADULT?

Interestingly enough, the former FAQ's lack solid answers as so much is unknown. All we can do is assume we will be OK. We have much more control over my suggested FAQ's. It's not important that you envision technology of the future. It is important that you envision your own future in as clear, comfortable and fulfilling way as possible -- simply because it is yours to create.

Bye For Now,

Bill

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