Carter Micheline

Writer & Reader

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A political system with flawed candidates is nothing new, however the 24 hour uninterrupted access to digital media accentuating their flaws is new. Social media, print media, television and conversations. We wake up we see it, we go to sleep we see it.

A political system with flawed candidates is nothing new, however the 24 hour uninterrupted access to digital media accentuating their flaws is new. Social media, print media, television and conversations. We wake up we see it, we go to sleep we see it. I honestly could care less that people disagree, let me rephrase that.

My voting friends, if there was one simple thing that I wish the voting public would do, that’sfocus on what you are for instead of what you are against. It doesn’t require much effort to point out flaws, disagreements and how much of an idiot candidate A&B are those sound bites are readily available to you all day long. On the other hand, focusing on what you are for, rather than what you are against requires some critical thinking, some research, some inner -dialogue and personal belief wrestling. As a leadership consultant one of the easiest areas to uncover as it relates to culture and organizational flaw is an organization filled with people, especially at the leadership level but rarely or never bring solutions.

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Tasks of a Blogger

  • I wish that we could embrace the notion that we can disagree and still be agreeable.
  • Let’s face it we live in a world that is more moved by scandal.
  • Tabloid, gotcha and pointing out flaws than we are anything of substance.
    1. You should focus on what you are for instead of what you are against.
    2. It doesn’t require much effort to point out flaws.
  • Good will and kindness wish we could do this one simple thing.
  • My voting friends if there was one simple thing that I wish the voting public would do.