When I was in high school, I discovered I had certain talents and I also discovered I was lacking certain talents. I was good with numbers and very good at thinking abstractly, but I was not good at working with my hands and my people skills were severely lacking. I’m not telling anybody over 30 anything new here. At some point in each of our lives, we discover what we are good at and what we are not good at.
This turns out to be a wonderful thing when you live in a free society; freedom allows you to team up with others who complement your skills, so that all of your talents put together can allow you to do great things. And freedom also allows you and the organization you are associated with to make changes whenever an association isn’t working or when it can be improved. Continue reading