how do you know if what you believe in is right or wrong? my theory is neither. we cannot define what is right or wrong because everyone is different. perspective can only be a term used when identifying a means. it is the ultimate adjective for what people perceive to be, in their opinion, right or wrong.
in this lifetime, individuality plays a big part in who we perceive to the public and whether they accept it or not, in the end, it is what makes you, you. now let’s look at professionalism, in any aspect of life, we all know that in our careers, some type of professionalism is required as it is the perception that plays a role a company’s success. the face value of a business begins with who is representing the front line.
here is the tricky part…
what people see is their own opinion; what the company sees is policies of nature but what happens when these individuals look beyond someone’s ability to represent a company’s portfolio and the true value someone can bring, then all perception is out the door.
the reality is today, if one person needs to be their basic self in order to succeed in this lifetime, then if we need to change who we are, how are we to get better? we grow in many ways, we see life as a measure of experiences, ability to be the best we can and if the means to an end is the satisfaction of someone else’s “facade”, then so be it. we can still be who we are and accomplish the policy and procedures.
i still feel very strongly about “it is what it is and everything happens for a reason”; therefore, when an event happens that totally throws us off track of our well-being, we need to look at face value in depth.