Monthly Archives: May 2009

Remember back in 2nd grade playing kickball where you’d get a do-over. You’d kick the ball into a teacher “by accident” or the ball went into the trees or something and you’d just call a do-over and start again.

Don’t you wish life could be more like that? Why not? So I’m calling a do-over for this blog.

I just got back from a wealth lecture about 2 hours ago. I love going to events from this particular company because I went to their almost-free three day seminar two years ago and I thought it was amazing and life changing. And no, I’m not mentioning the name of the company because that’s not the point of this blog entry.

A few years ago, my wife and I attended their 3-day financial seminar. Tonight’s lecture reminded me of the that seminar which sticks in my mind to this day. As an INFP, it was one of the harder things I’ve had to do.

I’m in my late 30s and I probably wouldn’t have gone in my 20s when I thought I knew everything. INFPs like to find their own way because it’s about the journey and that so opposite of what this seminar was. Seminars are about someone teaching you their particular way of doing things. I’ve always been a bit rebellious about being told how to live my life.