As a follower of Christ, I desire for my half dome to be something good and just; something built on hope, that gives the people in my life, Real Life. I want it to be something that increases the well-being of others and contributes to the common good.
Fighting and arguing can be physically and emotionally exhausting and I think life would be much easier if everyone just got along. Right? Well, yes. That is correct; however, people are people and you would be foolish to think that you can work in any conflict-free environment. The alternative to living in a conflict-free world is to learn how to engage in healthy conflict. Trust me, there is such a thing as healthy conflict.
Whether you are currently in college, trade school, first career job, etc., time management is an essential skill. You may naturally be good at time management (if you are a “J” on the Myers-Briggs personality test like I am, that’s usually the case), but even then, we could all improve our management of time. This is an incredibly important skill to learn because at the end of the day we can make more money, but we cannot make more time.