Chau Nguyen wrote in Statement LO12858: It (personal mission statement)
is "to be a good person".
"Be a good person" is what most people think they are (including the
greatest criminals). If things turn out to be different of what was
intended in the beginning they will find somewhere a guilty party. It is
easier to cope with guilt when you haven't learnt about system thinking -
it is easier to overlook your own part in the game.
I think it was John Updike who said something like: "Once you have
established within yourself that you are innocent, you get away with
Sorry to say, Chau, but your statement seems to be not complex enough.
May I have your definition of "good" (I don't need quantity, qualitative
statement is fine)?
Winfried Dressler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Learning-org -- An Internet Dialog on Learning Organizations For info: <email@example.com> -or- <http://world.std.com/~lo/>