Daymond refused to let the opinions of others veer him off his path. He worked hard, stuck to his uncool job while he pursued his passion. And made it work.
Cheryl Strayed wrote for years before having a bestselling book. She knew the important thing was writing every day.
Sometimes I’m emailing about work at midnight. That’s how habits start. They creep in when my guard is down, when I’m not connected to anything I love.
Kids are basically gonna destroy us. We’re the ones who are going to end up in diapers. They started off there, we end up there. Unless… We play, too.
Don’t worry as much about disruption and chaos—it might simply mean interesting things are happening—fear stability and complacency because it means decay.
You may not be at full-blown alcoholism yet, but if it looks like that is the direction you are heading in you can do something to change it now.
“Powerful people,” he writes, “impress and intimidate by saying less. The more you say, the more likely you are to say something foolish.” I think of this law when I am about to tweet, when I am considering an email, when I am coming up with marketing materials. Less is almost always more.
Your life path number can give insight as to what you’re here to learn in this life, and how you can really find fulfillment. Here’s how to do it.
Remember that no opportunities will come to you if you aren’t out there searching for them.
Making money is easier than most people think—knowing why and what for, and not being driven in the wrong direction to get it? Much harder.