Mistakes to Admit!
Okay, that’s it. I’m admitting a few of my mistakes that I regret.
I have to admit that I had a shallow view on things that was magnified because of the recurrent spontaneous depression attacks I commonly experience. I should have looked constantly at the big picture and avoided the micro-depression-attacks that led me to saying to friends or sometime writing obscure and sometimes stupid things on this blog.
I’m admitting those mistakes to say sorry to anyone I’ve ever hurt as a consequence to those decisions or to how I expressed my feeling back then.
Leaving CAT-H4ck3rZ and then CAT Reloaded.
I’ve to admit that decision was wrong in two dimensions, the first is that it was in the wrong time, I was under huge personal pressure and the second is that I took it against the wrong people. CAT was reforming and I had no idea about how things were being reformed back then, I didn’t foresee that a new generation of enthusiasts were packing up and will give CAT a real opportunity to rise and shine. I misjudged the time and the people.
Recently, I was analyzing the pattern of my reactions to similar situations and I decided to change this forever, I will not be a give-up guy! I’m fighting to the unforeseen end of things and I’m doing my best consistently _in both business and social-related issues to the end. I’ll not give up. This is a lesson I’ve learned. Guys. I’m Sorry. You guys are doing _fantastic work and I admire everything you do despite some of the cultural differences between the current team and the original founding team.
Not paying attention to noZom recently.
I’ve been dreaming about the idea of noZom for really long time and it is a dream that’s worth fighting for. I’ve started noZom informally 2 years ago 2010 and after a short-while we formed a founders team that had similar vision to bootstrap this entity. A few months later, I got truly distracted by the operation of my venture. The thing that eventually drove the entity to directions I never anticipated. Proper management must be restored and I decided to come to be on top of things again. I’m not giving up on noZom anytime soon.
Nozom has attracted a fruitful community that deserves much more attention from everybody around, I _truly _respect every individual believed in the noZom dream and spent his valuable time to see this community flourish. Guys, I won’t let you down. Never!
Staying away from the community work for a while.
Giving back to people balances your life between feeling like a ruthless learner and a lifetime donator. You need to give back to people part of what you are learning, helping others have always cleansed my soul and helped me nurture my religious and ethical beliefs. I’m doing big change by being part of a smaller change. I’m also fixing that isA (mostly through noZom).