Figure out what three things are important to you and how those three can connect to the rest of your life. Let that push you day by day.
Your pride is important. But know when you need to put it to the side and when you need to say "This is something I won't budge on." You cannot not budge on everything and everything cannot go your way. That is juvenile.
I'm trying to set myself and my family up to be in a great position thirty years from now. You should probably be doing the same thing.
Where does your money go? A good chunk probably goes to living expenses (housing, food, utility bills, transportation so you can keep money coming in). That's understandable. Then I hope you're saving some. Maybe you're giving some to charity. But I'm betting that a lot of money is going to unnecessary things. I'm even guilty … Continue reading Follow The Money
I don't want to be for everyone. To be for everyone is to sell out. It is to cheat yourself out of who you are supposed to be. Why would you want to do that?
I was born in 1987. I went to elementary school and, at the beginning, though I had the most basic Macintosh computers to toy with, I learned everything, from arithmetic to writing, in the traditional fashion. As I progressed to middle school, computers were intertwined in my learning process and I can compute the answer with or without a Macintosh or IBM.
Everyone is different. Structure your day so that you make the most of moments, as opposed to working the most moments possible. Time is not to control you. Rather, it is yours to control.