Ask Givens

Said we’re playing in alien territory when: working for a boss you don’t understand us, even that we like the job and the company; We maintain a relationship in which we demand more of what the other person is willing to give us, but we are not willing to cut the link; We pay taxes for Social security even though we feel socially safe; We are obliged to deal with regulations such as:-limitations on the construccion-impuestos to the ganancias-sindicatos; We belong to a club or a group that we like, but that is led by authoritarian people; We are dealing with a group of friends that we like, but it is dominated by someone who we would prefer not having nearly; We participate in a thriving commercial society in which members discuss constantly; We attended a school or a university whose rules us They seem archaic; We live with our parents; We live with our children; We live in a house or an apartment rented. Ask Givens, sounds you this family? Every day we are controlled by other environments. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Drew Houston has to say. If we try to change the rules or cheating we will always lose even when we create have reason. If we always conduct twenty-five kilometres per hour more than the limits which allow, we can leave with our ninety-nine times every hundred. But it will be a time in which we will have to pay the ticket, because speed limits have been set by others. We can get us angry or protest against the unjust system, but we abarremos losing.

We have to pay the fine and the corresponding loss of time and money.Adds Givens, if we insist on fighting against any system dominated by others, late or early we’ll lose: you can be sure. What to do then. Brings us Givens, who must play according to their rules, in addition to keep in mind that when played on alien territory and we disobey rules or we try to change them without the agreement of who made them, us condemn to lose.