At the end of one of his books, Straight Talk about Criminals: Understanding and Treating Antisocial Individuals, he’s asked about fearing his clients.
He said he did not fear his clients on a day to day basis. Right then it hit me.
When you’ve done something for a really long time, your day to day experience is one thing. The scope of your experience is another.
I wish more people who have done something a really long time, would tell the truth about what they know.
You’re old, you’re wise, you’re experienced. I want to know what you have to say. It’s your book that I want to read, even if if your opinions and/or the conclusions you draw, upset people.
What have you done for a very long time? What can you tell us about it?
pictured – Ryabushkin, Andrei 1861-1904