“Somewhere between 5 and 10 seconds before I would have committed suicide, my phone rang. I checked the caller ID – I couldn’t die not knowing. It was a number I didn’t recognize, so I picked up and it was her.”
There is nothing wrong with chasing slow, with taking your time, with building first and then lifting next.
Ask the right questions. To your mentor, your coach, or on the Internet.
Opinions. None of your opinions matter. And all of your facts are wrong. I know a lot of things. But in any one topic there are people who know 1000x more than I do.
I had to get over 100 prostitutes to like me in five seconds or less. I didn’t do this because I wanted to sleep with them. I did it because it was my job.
To think we are special has led to countless religious wars, political wars, economic wars, nightmares among children worried about all the ways the species can end.
I read every day from one fiction book, one non-fiction book, one self-help book, and one book about games. I love games.
We’re bogged up in this mindset that happiness is to be postponed. It’s this mentality that says “I’ll work hard now, so that I can enjoy my life later. It’s ok if I don’t enjoy now because it’ll get better.” But when does it end? Caught in this vicious cycle, it’s hard to see what makes life worth it.
Doubt turned me into a schemer — how can I juggle job, family, relationships, customers — and still do a good job at everything I was doing.
Start doing something about the things that bother you. And if you are afraid of change, embrace it. Change is the only constant we have in this world. Either you lead the change or you get left behind.