The first time I had the question before me was Mrs. Delucia’s second grade class. Our class was decorating that outside bulletin board by our door. You know, the ones outside every class regardless of level that low key instilled pride for your room. “When I Grow Up” embellished our board, slowly populated by human stencils cut from a Manilla legal sized folder. With the cut cardstock in-hand, our task required us to draw ourselves in our desired future. I gazed at the blank canvas, swept away by the idea that “I could draw ANYTHING?”
So for people who know me personally, I happen to be in a chapter of my life where I’m a waiter. I do my best to provide exceptional table service at my favorite Korean BBQ restaurant. However, in the context of this post, I want to talk about a different kind of waiting. Something we all do, whether it’s in line, in hopes of an upcoming event, or simply just waiting for that text back or application to be approved. Waiting sucks, yet we are all victims of it. Let me tell you how to conquer it.
Life is like a game of chess. Half the time it’s your turn, the other half it’s your opponent’s. When it’s our turn, that’s when we decide to act. We contribute our energy and make our move. We send the email, ask the girl out, and pitch the idea. A sigh of relief happens when we make our move, but when it’s our opponent’s turn, we succumb to waiting. That’s when the “what ifs” flood our mind.
Information security (infosec) is a set of strategies for managing the processes, tools and policies necessary to prevent, detect, document and counter threats to digital and non-digital information. Infosec responsibilities include establishing a set of business processes that will protect information assets regardless of how the information is formatted or whether it is in transit, is being processed or is at rest in storage.
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