I was in a couple of environments where people simply knew not to ask too many questions. Those were pretty fucking great places. The apparent lack of interest was slowly blossoming into conversation, then into genuine interest, ending up into a couple of great minutes spent in the company of a person. Being followed by … Continue reading Asking too Many Questions Turns Me into Your Worst Enemy
I think one of the resolutions at the beginning of any year should be to save more money. This is not only a thing reserved to the “poor”. I genuinely thing we waste way too many resources and we don’t use, on average, at least half of the things we spend money on.
I get it. Learning is important in life. Every new experience, whether good or bad, has its own way to teach us a lesson that we can use in order to get closer to our “success” point. However, I start noticing that in some circumstances, no matter how much you prepared, in terms of learning … Continue reading When You Should Stop Learning and Start Acting
Tips based on studying the winner mentalities of those who reached a high level of success.
Parts of the past which were actually good.
Take their example if you plan to create a fresh Youtube channel!
There’s one thing I would brag about any time: people I have in my life. My friends and some relatives. I don’t know how it happened. Not only they all have strong personalities, but they are also very good at managing bad times of their lives. Which I’m not. This is one of the reasons … Continue reading The Strong People around Me and How I Can’t be Like Them
You are someone who discriminates. Yes, you.
Since the beginning of the times, there was the friend networking and friend requests. And Facebook said: “Let there be friends posts within the News Feed!” And there were notifications from your friends, in the righteous order: from the closest friends, to the obscure acquaintances. Time have passed, and plenty of interests appeared. Page likes. … Continue reading The Subtle Way Facebook Filled My Wall with Cats and Poor DIY Videos
Since the time I graduated university, I kept observing and comparing successful people with the rest, in order to figure out what are the important qualities for one to have authentic success (For now, I will refer only to career related success). Beside hard working and dedication, which are intuitive, I always suspected there should … Continue reading Successful People: The Fake vs The Real Ones