Highway 205 is a pretty good example of how you can put your own beliefs and opinions into action when you’re driving. The reality is that you can’t always control what people think of you, and that can be frustrating in and of itself. However, the fact is, you can choose how you respond to these negative comments and what you say to others can have a huge impact on how others respond to you.
The highway is infamous for its bad behavior. You can find a ton of bad drivers on it. There is a reason that highway has a bad rap. The reality is that you cant always control what people think of you, and that can be frustrating in and of itself. However, the fact is, you can choose how you respond to these negative comments and what you say to others can have a huge impact on how others respond to you.
For years I’ve been pretty vocal about the importance of being honest in public, and so this summer I’ve been talking about the subject with a lot of people. I’m currently working on my new book, Highway 205: When the Road to Hell Turns Straight. In the book, I’m going to share some of my thoughts on this topic.
I think it boils down to a matter of perspective. If you feel like people are treating you unfairly, its time to take them apart. If you feel like people are being honest with you its time to be honest with them. If you feel like people are being honest with you and you feel like you have your back, its time to take the bull by the horns, get a new set of friends.
Some of this was my own personal opinion, but I also think that it is important to separate the two. I don’t think we should ever feel like we have to lie to others, but I also don’t think there is a clear line in the sand to draw between being honest with people and being honest with yourself. If you see someone is being unfair to you, don’t become his or her friend and just leave them.
This is a difficult one to answer because it often depends on the people you know. I think I can pretty confidently say that I would never have friends that I would not feel cheated by for one second. I have friends that I know will never cheat me, but if I really cared about them I would think harder about the way they treat others. This is a difficult thing to answer because it is so subjective. I think I can also pretty confidently say that I would never lie to a stranger.
I think this is a hard one for me too. I have both friends and strangers who I would never lie to either in real life or online. When I lie to another person I usually feel like I’m lying to myself, but when I lie to strangers I usually feel like I’m lying to the entire world.
The only reason I would ever lie to a stranger is because I don’t know what the heck the heck the hell they are doing. I can tell you that, if you tell me what the heck they are doing, it will give you a clue. I am just as guilty as anyone else who has been online these days.
In the time I’ve spent reading your blog, I’ve learned more about you and your life than I ever could have ever had in one day using any other medium. In this post, I want to write about the things I’ve learned. I’ll be talking about things that may not come across in the usual narrative of your “new years and resolutions” post, but are actually part of your actual process.