Why? The short answer is that when I decided to start this blog I wanted to create something a little different. The posts that I will be making will be more focused on the quality and not the quantity. I want to own a blog that deserves to be read, not one that has 10000 posts and no quality content. Continue reading
You are what you want to be, but don’t let money destroy you’r life!
“Money are just expensive paper. When there will be no more paper, there will be no more money.”
First of all let me tell you that these posts are just my opinion about things and to fully understand what I really try to say you must live my life.
If you will ever have to chose between money and a successful career what would you chose?
If you want money so bad, eventually you will have money, but sooner or later you will start hurting people around with your obsession. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing bad in wanting money but you have to understand that these ‘trading units’, if you allow them to overtake control of your life can easily destroy you…
I ‘ain’t no Guru or Bruce Lee ‘mad genius’ but I realized pretty fast that this world is much more than it meets the eye. Of course you probably knew that, but did you ever thought about it?
A whole lot of disappointment!
Before telling you anything else, let me share with you you this: In life, things will not always go as you expected to go. You will be disappointed and you will be knocked down, but during these moments you actually grow and develop your understanding about things…
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.”
WE (you) are capable of doing great things, but we have to start having faith, we have to belive more in ourselves. Understand this: no one will work for your dream (unless you’re willing to pay them) because every person in this world, deeply inside him is a selfish person that works to fulfill his needs and wishes…
You know, when I was younger and ‘unsuccessful’ (or at least that’s what I thought) I tried to find that one thing that was missing, that one piece of the puzzle that could make my life a success. And guess what!: I did not find anything.