Monday, November 18, 2013

Reality vs Negativity

Reality vs Negativity

In the search for personal success I have and continue to make difficult decisions and take risks. I usually spend a considerable amount of time weighing the options and listing pros and cons before I make a final decision. During this process I like to discuss my plan with friends, family, aquaintances, even strangers. I find that there three types of responses : positive/hopeful, realistic, but supportive and negative/unsupportive. I always appreciate a dose of reality to help ground my often dreamlike ideas, but straight-up naysaying is not only unsupportive, but it's depressing. No one will get anywhere without taking a risk.

For example: I would like buy an RV to use on the road during music tours.
Positive: That's a great idea! You could save so much money and cover a lot of ground.
Realistic: That's a great idea, but keep in mind the cost of gas, maintenance etc.
Negative: It will never work. Those things guzzle gas and always break down.

My focus on this rant is "Why so freakin' negative, dude?!"

I guess the best thing to do is just ignore it and keep hopeful.


Saturday, October 16, 2010

To rant or not to rant

rant  (rnt)
v. rant·ed, rant·ing, rants
To speak or write in an angry or violent manner; rave.
We are writing here to today to spawn a safe haven of direct, irate, annoyed, irritated ranting. We are creating a place to release and vent about events, people, ideas, places, situations, anything that annoys us in hopes that it will help us to A.)release negative energy B.)fuel passionate debate C.)connect people with similar or even disagreeing viewpoints D.)try to make a difference. "We" are a fun-loving, passionate couple, D and R, who love to converse openly and freely with few limitations except to be respectful and fair. Whatever you choose to do, do it with passion.....