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[1: 1,818 of 10,000] Face The Difficult

In Article on November 29, 2016 at 12:44 AM

I am afraid of the difficult because I am afraid to fail; but I believe that growth and success of the future stem there.

Hearing the interview of James Altucher with Seth Godin inspired me to face my road blocks and keep persevering.

Seth Godin & James Altucher

My favorite lessons from the podcast talk were:

  1. A great work or business is made of a good taste or a true art meaning a job that is excellent, nothing less.
  2. In life or in business, ask the question: “Is this going to contribute for a positive change that I seek?”
  3. Would you like to lead a tribe? Make sure to show up and give value. Make sure that the answer to the question “Is it worth it?” will blow everyone’s mind.
  4. Lift up the pressure and know what you need to break even and be mindful to deliver a work that you can be proud of.
  5. Keep evolving and be brave to serve new tribe only with good intentions. Don’t settle to keep showing the same great things to the same crowd. Expound!

[1: 1,468 of 10,000] The Intentions

In Article on May 16, 2015 at 4:31 PM

I sometimes feel guilty when I’m happy knowing that I have not finish something that I was supposed to do.

I sometimes feel guilty that I enjoy a music with no care in the world when I remember the people who needed my help.

I worry a lot when I lay peacefully and remembered people who are hustling and nothing good for me is left.

Then I stop.

I stop for being too hard on myself.

I search my heart for what my intentions for everybody…

I want everyone to feel love and be served dedicatedly.

I want every business to prosper for they believe for doing something so good.

Every person to feel God’s grace.

But most of all, for what I wish for myself…

That I smile, laugh, and create. In the long run, I wish to be able to help so many people that I will never feel guilty being truly happy.

I halt being happy when my mind wander that “what if” he (referring to someone I care) isn’t doing all right. I simply overthink. I just have to let things go and never make assumptions. What if he’s as happy as I am since I have been praying for that.