Do the Right Things Right / Embrace Failure
A fine quote from Geek in Disguise Steve Clayton: “No one should be ashamed to admit they are wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that they are wiser today than they were yesterday.” – Alexander Pope
Turning Adversity to Advantage
March 11, 2008
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Turning failure into success is the real challenge i think Steve Clayton bloggs is looking for… that microsoft achieves in. No one can have a perfect world, but with those who are responisible enough, who direct and set the pace, such as those directors he has interviewed, the success in life becomes possible with ever improving standards. As he admitted himself, sometimes i’m wrong… i wonder if he could give a percentage of that reasoning… some of the time … more than average … perhaps arrogant; who can say except one reason definitey applys predilections to irrelevances. Having the interview with rose tinted glasses in his thoughts says it all, the man should converse for real hard facts and deliver for his blogg readers in substantiated form. At least the blogger in the hyperlink (Quote) had self admittance and embraced it like the true blogger he is, which is a good thing i think. Perhaps more predilections? who knows until he shows that learning curve he has, and delivers.
Gareth, I didn’t understand your comment. can you explain again?
Keep everything focused and to the point that everyone can understand, and not to have too many of your own thoughts inputed when the reader is only interested in the subject that is being blogged about. I found myself that if too much material is written along side a report, it can lose some people. However the comment went on to say that there is at least some promise as just as i had in the past, we all improve, my space is currently being rewritten to cater for everyone, as some people found it tough going to read about a subject they may not have an aweful lot of knowledge in; mountaineering. Sorry if the last comment wasn’t that clear. I’ll correct that mistake, and make myself clearer in future. Hope you didn’t mind the humour towards the end… Gareth
I have read more on the Steve Clayton blogs and i have to say i was too quick to judge his blogs, i offer a unreserved apology for statements made earlier in this comment field, as i didn’t realise he has such a colourful sense of humour which i should be more used to. He clearly shows an excellent knowledge of his fields, and is able to enrich his content with a full range of media. Gareth
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