Wait, what did I just write? That’s one of the sentences on my “Don’t agree with” list. It’s one of the top three. I’ll tell you more about the other ones but this one kind of makes me smirk every time I read it. It’s a lie. And here’s why.Read More
We are creatures of habit and we loooove our comfort zones. There’s very little people who could honestly say that they love doing things that scare them. Not just say that, but actually even do. I admire and respect them for that. Every day I try to be like them but in my own way.Read More
You know what one of the hardest things in life is? It’s saying no. One word, two little letters, and yet we simply can’t do it. I used to think that people who can say no are gifted with some kind of superpowers. I was wrong…
Last week I told you that I’m starting a company of my own. And I did it. I have it. It’s open and running. I’m still scared and I’m still a bit hyped about it but there are consequences that came with all the happiness and fuss about starting it.Read More
If you’ve been following my Monday rants, you probably already have a feeling of what I do. I have a steady job, where I learned a lot about communication, improved my organizing skills and my German and in my free time, I do a million other things – working for 2GIKA, running social media marketing for a few companies, translating, make up, etc..
Last week I wrote about realizing ideas. It got me thinking about success and failure. I’ve learned that when it comes ideas, there are two sorts of people. The ones that fail and turn their back on an idea, and the ones that learn from failure, rebuild and improve the idea, act on it and then succeed. So that’s what I’ll be writing about today.
In the last year or so, I started to revise all of my previous actions. Why i marvelously succeeded at some projects (in business or in my personal life) and failed miserably at others. I realized that all the failed ones had common denominators, as did the ones that succeeded.
Nowadays, the most valuable “thing” we have is our time. Many people would argue this statement and say it’s not. I beg to differ. For everything you do, every place you want to visit, if you just want to go out and watch a movie, you need time. And yes, you also need all other sorts of things, but If you don’t have the time to do anything, all the money in the world won’t help you. I thought about this a lot and decided to write about it.