realizing that the brilliant thought is probably not original but feeling good about having thought it anyway.
OK, who said that? I found it in my iPhone Notes along with poems I like, poem fragments that might grow up some day, reservation numbers, addresses of hot restaurants, and notes to self about this and that (mostly that). I put it in my Commonplace Book. If you don’t have one of these notebooks that contain scraps of wisdom you encounter and hope to remember and maybe even USE, what are you waiting for?
I’ve Googled this quote and nada. I know it isn’t original with me. Well, never mind. How about you take a turn here and send in some thoughts about what maturity means to you. Use the comment box below and have at it. All will get automatically published and maybe we’ll dream up some way of acknowledging the quote we deem the best.
Maturity is knowing with clarity what you are good at, and what you are NOT good at, and making choices based on that knowledge.
Career and Retirement Transitions Coach
Maturity is not even seeing the small stuff you once sweated over!
Kate Jones, M.Ed.
Kate Jones & Associates