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Doing one thing means giving up on something else. I’m sure you’d love to do everything in the world and be in the loop for everything but that’s simply not possible. So don’t feel bad about missing out on something; you’d have to give up something else. It’s all about setting your priorities straight and making sure you’re not wasting any time and what your spending your time on is really what you want to do.
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I have a theory that there are two ways to escape the conventional 9-5. The first way is to be really talented at a certain craft like sports, art, or dance. The second way is through entrepreneurship. Certain entrepreneurship requires being talented at a craft. You can mix the two, or if your not good at anything, create a product or service that manages other people’s lives; ex. Facebook, seamless, insurance agency, etc.
The most drastic changes come when you’re absolutely repulsed. When every living moment in your current situation makes you sick and you’re willing to do anything to get out.
I’m an emotional guy. When things go wrong, I’m gonna be sad and sulk around. When things work out, I’m gonna jump and scream in joy. That’s just me. And I’d much rather care too much then be apathetic.
I’ll feel bad one day, then the next day I’m quickly reminded why I shouldn’t feel bad at all. The cycle repeats…
Do you believe in karma? I don’t know what to believe… damn… is this just a coincedence? Or is there an unfinished apology I need to make.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me, right? Well, I ain’t getting fooled for a second time.
Imagine a human being with all the worst possible flaws that could possibly exist in a human being. Negative, envious, copy-cat, nosy, childish, cocky, know-it-all, attention whore, irresponsible, a-hole, wimp, low-life, loser, etc. Imagine how repulsed you would be of said person. Now imagine you have to spend every single day with this person…
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