I write for the love of life and the hate of despair.
Qualifying the client is the first step to any selling procedure. Who are you going to sell your product to? Is there anybody interested in that brand new toothpaste? Does he/she even have any teeth left? You get where this is going, but lots of us don't even think it all through before approaching a potential buyer. Let's put it this way, if I'm trying to date a girl, and the first thing I do when approaching her is asking for her number, then I might be in for a bitter surprise. Why? Because perhaps that girl is not even a woman, or maybe she's already married.
I've recently dropped out of a semi-regular sales job. My goal was to make as much money as I could throughout the day, which consisted of a prolonged afternoon and an averaged morning. After a while things start following a certain routine, and we, kind of, become the routine. Have that ever happened to you before? Realizing what was happening and not fighting the change that was taking place all around your self. I did, for a while, and then I chose to take my destiny into my own hands and quit that compromising gig. But how had I ended up there in the first place? Why was I working with a company that I didn't feel like working with? And why on hell am I telling you this?
The human body is mostly made up of water, and mine is no exception to it, which is why I consistently start my day by drinking a couple of glass of water, usually spaced out throughout the early morning. I've also gotten more consistent with my workouts, as I'm thinking of possibly joining a branch of the military, and we all know that being in your best shape should be a plus. And as Bruce Lee said, our body is water and our mind is our body, therefore my mind is water, and I am water.
I don't like ceremonies, I would even go as far to say that I dislike them. I was not the kind of kid who'd get ashamed by the mere presence of my parents in public settings, but nor would I enjoy it that much. When I was younger I enjoyed spending time with my mother, and perhaps with my father too, but I always felt like my mom was more emphatic to my life.
At this point we already know what we're about, unless we still haven't reach our majority. In some places our elders get to choose who we're going to spend the rest of our lives with, while in other our younger ones get to say who goes where. There were many times when I knew what to no do but never really knew what to expect.
At this point you're probably wondering how on earth did you end up wandering off on this page, and you're most likely in the right as far as reconsidering the righteousness of your consideration. This is the beginning of a normal looking journey in which you will neither be the hero nor the villain. So if you enjoy the sound of ill-sounding puns and bad-looking crosswords you actually may have landed yourself a home run.