Being an opinionated person is an issue that I struggle with daily. I’m not entirely sure why though, having views on things is something that everyone has, everyone has some idea of what they want a situation or organization to do, so why my struggle with this is so difficult for myself I honestly cannot figure out why. I have doubts about my opinions, I worry too much about what other individuals think of me, I think my own opinions are stupid, I’m not knowledgeable enough to really maintain a discussion or debate about anything, et cetera.
Often times opinions I have are about rather pointless, but really are they? Does anyone have an opinion that really just does not matter at all? Organizations are formed from opinions, groups of people who all have a similar view of the world and things that they would like to see happen. Everyone should have an opinion that can matter somewhere or to someone.
(I quietly slammed my fist into the keyboard here) htjfv ujmvf b
Going off of the matter of an individual's opinion to another individual or a group, why is this so important? From the standpoint of a company that produces products for consumers, I can see the value of opinions, as a company you want to succeed, you want to see that the product or products you produce are working and beneficial to customers. The value of opinions to another individual you are holding a conversation with I don’t see being something that should really be concerning. Especially at a high school level where students are still developing views and opinions and gaining knowledge of the world and the ridiculous things that occur within it.
People become so distraught over thing so futile, I cannot wrap my mind around it! Why do people constantly care so much about the view of others? I ask myself this question everyday and I still can’t get an answer besides, “because we are human, duh.”
So, essentially, because we are human, duh, we care a lot about irrelevant, senseless things and we just have to deal with it. Have fun!