If you don’t like working on PPTs, are you doing something along with it that you love?
It’s okay to feel sleepy when you’re not rested, are you making best use of you time when you are well rested?
If your parents did not give you a perfect childhood, are you giving them a perfect older age life?
It’s okay if you want to change how the current world looks like, question is are you starting with yourself? Daily?
No one was offered a perfect world on the day they were born.
Everyone, was offered an opportunity, to leave the world a little better in the un-defined number of years they were given. If you, like the rest of us, do not know the date of your death, today would be a great day to start.
What is needed for success, is work.
If you are working hard and creating beautiful work, you have done 20 per cent of work, which will give you 80 per cent results. Perfect.
To make that 20 per cent of work effective, you need to do 80 per cent efforts to reach the right audience.
Let yourself be seen. As did Edison, Shakespeare, Ratan Tata or Susan Cain.
The world is not changed by you keeping your gifts to yourself, the world is changed by sharing, because you care.
Yesterday I slept for 10 hours. Five in the noon and five at night.
Today morning, I looked tired as if not slept for 50 hours.
So here’s the conclusion with more:
1. More quantity of sleep makes you look like a 32 year old. Right quantity of sleep makes you look like a 20 year old. Less than right sleep makes you look like a 35 year old.
2. Talking more with your bff that you don’t do your work will not be good for you or your friendship. Chit chatting with random stuff you share is perfect. Not at all staying in contact is worst.
3. Telling your parents of ventures you intend to do is dangerous, they’ll be scared. Talking with them, is perfect. Having zero communication: no Bro, not at all.
4. Working too hard: you won’t be able to work at all. Working at an optimum level that challenges you: perfect. Not at all working leads to boredom.
Extremes are lethal. The middle route that challenges you, is the one that will sustain you.