I like to play devil’s advocate now and then. (Some of you already know that!) Make a statement, I will ask you to substantiate it. Is that so wrong? Some people think so. Seems they hate being challenged, even if gently.
But if you put yourself ‘out there’ on the social web, shouldn’t you expect a bit of, say, feedback? I do. I don’t know it all. Someone might come up with a new way for me to think, to write, even to act.
With that in mind, I humbly submit to you some of the following claims that I have challenged--and challenged vehemently in some cases--up and down the online world:
I’m not saying anyone who voices their views on the above (and many more) subjects and issues is wrong; just be certain you can back up what you say. I will question not only your opinion but your motive.
In the long run, allowing yourself to be challenged will help you grow. If you resist it, you stay in the same old stale place and becoming a boring old whiner.
So, involve me in your truth, your passion, your outlook. I want to be of service to you in my best way possible.