Monthly Archives: January 2013

Lesson no. 30


Be a FRED! If you don’t know what I’m talking about, here it is just a short preview: http://www.yale.edu/21C/arkansas/documents/3_11_08_FredFactor.pdf No matter the job you hold, no matter the kind of role you play in life, be a FRED. What is … Continue reading

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Lesson no.29


Leave everything better than you found it! Don’t accept the excuse: well, I found it like that, I may as well leave it like that. It’s low excuse. You are above that. The world evolved because people like those drew … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 28


Know your worth! You need to learn to respect yourself and to protect yourself from the world. Because the world will always try to drag you down. You need to say: STOP, out of my way! I have my own … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 27


Make sacrifices! With many projects in your life, you need to think backwards. If you want to become a great writer you will need to write everyday. If you want to become a great singer you will need to practice … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 26


Time is limited! And it gets smaller every day. But wouldn’t it be great if you could re-do a day when everything went wrong for you? When you accumulated every negative energy you could have? When you dropped all the … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 25


Be thankful! It’s again very cold outside and sometimes cold weather teaches you some lessons. Just passing on the street there is a drunk man who is singing. Yes he is drunk and yes he is singing. But his hands … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 24


Do the things you are afraid of! But before you do them, I believe you need some time you tell your brain you will do it so it can adjust to the new future situation. 8 days ago I was … Continue reading

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