Back in May I packed all my belongings and set off to make a name for myself in the charming city of New York. A fresh start and my first big boy job. It was my time to shine. I was ecstatic, until I wasn’t. The once alluring skyline quickly began to fade. The clouds found comfort in smothering my ambitious eyes. I missed my family. I missed my friends. My dream job, it turns out, fell inches...
What do Bill Gates, Mark Cuban, and J.K Rowling have in common? They each have a net worth of over a billion dollars. Want to know what else they have in common? They read. A lot. The other day, Bill Gates joined the Reddit community to participate in a Reddit thread Ask Me Anything. In it, he shared a list of books he has recently read and reviewed. The list went on and on and on. How can that...
A common response to a plethora of life’s ails. You didn’t get the promotion. It’s not fair. You were turned down for a date. It’s not fair. You work hard and go unnoticed. It’s not fair. There’s poverty, war, and suffering. It’s not fair. Despite our frustrations, however valid they may be, a universal truth remains – life isn’t fair. Perhaps...
Won’t make the decision easier.
Should you leave your job?
Ask that girl out?
Try that fitness routine?
Play your hand at entrepreneurship?
Do research sure. But past a certain point, your quest for knowledge is fear and procrastination wearing a clever mask.
Gather the basics, and decide. Only then does learning begin.
Isn’t when it’s easiest, or when you’re feeling your best.
The best time, is the hardest time, when you feel the fear in your chest.