Hello everyone. My name is Seth. I met Stephen while attending the University of Wyoming. I had the pleasure of working with him and other incredible individuals on a business ethics case competition. We have been friends since and I can’t thank him enough for the opportunities he sends my way.
I haven't done anything you know of, unless perhaps you were at the 2008 Poudre School District Junior High Wrestling Championship. I took 2nd place; not a big deal.
I do want to share one other thing about me— I thrive on trying new things. Whether it is a new sport, or working in an unfamiliar environment, I think that there is always value in giving an honest effort at something new. Among other things, I have been a lawnmower, baby-sitter, peach transportation assistant, builder at a hardware store, paper boy, pizza boy, paint and glitter factory assembly line worker, mechanic’s assistant, construction worker, accountant, and data analyst. I know that is an exhaustive list, but each of these has helped me develop perspective.
In this article, I explain what perspective means to me and why focusing on it is so important. Once you understand what it is, you can easily apply it to benefit your life and those around you. I hope you enjoy reading, and I appreciate your time!