Monthly Archives: February 2013

Lesson no. 59


If you are motivated enough you can move mountains. Not really move them, but really make things happen. Because when you are motivated enough you are willing to do the things you normally wouldn’t do. You wouldn’t do them because … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 58


You need balance. There is no way you will ever function well if you’re living on one extreme edge. Both are very frustrating to live on. And also very tiring. But in order to appreciate that you need to know … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 57


Always surround yourself with people that will help you grow. On every level. We are here to learn from each other and to grow together. We are constantly learning and constantly growing. Don’t be afraid to ask a lot of … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 56


No one cares anyway. Unless they made you or they are sleeping with you. And in both cases I’m not sure it’s the case for you to be sure and safe. There are no guaranties. Don’t look for sympathy because … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 55


Sleepless nights… You will have many of those, I hope for you there will be only a few. I love what they say about the times you are still awake in the middle of the night: it’s because you are … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 54


Isolation is often very healthy! The city life and the city lights can drain you of energy. You need to find an isolated place to regroup. Or just a noisy place by “day” and a quiet place by “night”. Your … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 53


Don’t lose it! You will have in life a few moments when you will need to be the strongest you’ve ever been. Hard times, happy times, you will need to keep it together and not lose yourself. Just don’t let … Continue reading

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