Somethings just never get old.
First posted on my Blogversity Blog on December 6, 2013
It never ceases to amaze me the myriad forms beauty can take.
First published on my Recruitomatic Blog on August 14, 2006
Masters at play (as at 45:35 and an unexpected overture). Beautiful.
Part 2: A Personal BS Problem
As previously noted, when it comes to addressing my experience with bullshit and personal struggle to reform, "I Can't Get No Satisfaction".
I reflect on my formative years to better understand why striving for honesty is hampered by a default BS behavior and fallback truthiness—the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak I guess—and why the process of unraveling it all remains a feat of Houdiniesque escatology.
Part 1: A Personal BS Problem
Over the course of many years in sales, marketing, communications, branding, and management, I have come to learn a lot about bullshit. Depending on the situation, or who is dishing out, I can call it out for what it is or sweep it under the carpet as if it were nothing at all.
I have been criticized for blogging unintelligibly long sentences and stuffing links in my posts like Mohammed Bello Abubakar did his 130 brides. I have since decided on shorter sentences (as a self-imposed discipline rather than kowtowing to advocates of the lowest common denominator and Flesch–Kincaid suck-ups). As for linking, that's another matter.