The architect Frank Lloyd Wright warned was “the peculiar and especial bird who always flew backward . . . because it didn’t give a darn where it was going, but just had to see where it had been.” Rather than fixating on blame, I focus on how best to get to the root cause of an unacceptable situation and what to do to resolve the problem.
Neothink teaches that we are responsible for our own lives. It helped me to recognize that by expecting and demanding that the government take charge, we give them control and relinquish freedom of choice. I have always viewed freedom as the cornerstone of America. I am saddened that so many of today’s youth welcome tightened surveillance, seek standardization and encourage isolation.
Neothink philosophy shows that all progress involves risk. Educated risk is essential to bolstering the nation’s economy and to renew the American spirit of discovery so critical to remaining competitive with the rest of the world.
I believe that my job each day is to change the world, as only I can. Neothink has shown me that I can do this only if I push myself to be the best I can be. My thoughts and my actions each day will make the world a different and hopefully a better place.
I have finally learned to dance in the sunshine.