Posted by: Millard J. Melnyk | April 2, 2014

My Thought Process

Someone finally diagrammed my thought process. Kinda like an ant searching for a morsel…

Hard to describe, looks like a mess, but I cover more ground! :-)

Hard to describe, looks like a mess, but I cover more ground! ๐Ÿ™‚

Spaghetti logic? ๐Ÿ˜€

It has a decided advantage: you end up knowing not only the best routes from point A to point B, but the lesser-than-best routes and the bad routes, too, and what makes the difference.

Many times, wisdom doesn’t lie in knowing what’s right, but in knowing why it’s not wrong. (Or, conversely, why what’s wrong isn’t right.) You can’t make those comparisons from the experience you get from following directions.

To be knowledgeable, you need to know what’s right.

To be wise, you need to know what’s wrong.

Son: Daddy, what is wisdom?

Father: It’s when you make good decisions.

Son: How do you make good decisions?

Father: By getting experience.

Son: And how do you get experience?

Father: By making bad decisions.

Don’t wanna be wrong? Then ya don’t wanna be wise. There really is no other way.

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