Connection Allegory *

CONNECTION ALLEGORY: Nothing good comes from rusty connections. Don't let it happen


“Allegory”, according to Wikipedia, has the ability to freeze a story that might seem to be just a story for the moment while infusing it with spiritual context. It uses symbolic fictional figures (the pipes) and actions of truths and generalizations about human existence.


POINT OF VIEW MATTERS. Your point of view makes all the difference. Do your research first. Find out about the companies goals and vision before you talk to them. Whenever possible, know who you are going to be talking to in an interview. It will show, in your interview, if you have done your homework.


Be Authentic

Being Authentic and Genuine is critical in building relationships both in seeing how you can help and seeking help.  That is what Networking is all about.


Is What Were Doing Reflective Of What Were Capabe Of?

In a review I wrote about the book "Education, A Memoir, by Tara Westover" this quote by her stands out.

  “First find out what you are capable of, then decide who you are.” 


The quote describes what Westover did with her life. She had to make the decisions on her own and take the steps on her own. She was obviously capable of much more.

I also found a comment on the inside cover of the book that said, "Educated is an account of the struggle for self-invention".

I wrote "As You Look At Your Own Life Story You See Yourself Differently" last December in the Essays section of this blog. My focus in that article was on how we can re invent ourselves and how we see our past differently as we look back on it. We actually can change what the past experiences did for us as we rethink them.

Tara Westover found out who she was as shown in her memoir. Looking back at our own life story can help us find out who we are and that effort can make us better..

Give some thought to your life story. Find out what your capable of and then keep doing your best.

(See the Review of this book, Educated, A Memoir on this site. A full review was reprinted in the St. George Utah News)