People want to have Bill Gate’s financial statements, but they don’t want to sit in a cubicle for ten years straight without a single day off like he did.
While many of the things I see do impact me on an emotional level, it requires a great deal of time, effort, and critical thinking to truly have an informed opinion on major political and social issues.
One of the major problems I see with people today is the fact that most of us are more than willing to take advice from anyone. I refer to this as listening democratically.
Most people wander through life aimlessly with no plans and no goals. Don’t be that person. Make your plan, and follow your plan.
Realize how truly meaningless your life is, but also to realize that it’s a good thing.
“Our large schools are organized like a factory of the late 19th century: top down, command control management, a system designed to stifle creativity and independent judgment.’”
Figure out what skills are required to get to the top, and work on them relentlessly.
Worry about what other people think.
Many people are still stuck in the rigid idea that going to college is the only way to become a successful person, and that couldn’t be further from the truth.
If you feel “stuck” in your circumstances and situations, these tips can help you to get unstuck.