Forbes advice to young entrepreneurs

Forbes advice to young Entrepreneurs from self made billionaires

It is interesting to note that all workout 5 days a week, read at least two hours per day, and remember major failures they learned lessons from. A few key concepts dominate this advice.

Be true to yourself and your own ideals and values, start small and grow, work very hard and intelligently toward your goals, focus only on areas you know, analyze and question common conceptions, and take failures as lessons giving you a more accurate description of reality. Perseverance, dedication, integrity, and honesty to one’s self. Continue reading

The dynamics of friendship

Oh its a pain, they say you can’t have ‘it all’, but everyone wants it all, don’t they? its not just me? is it?

Why is it impossible for two people of the opposite sex to have a perfectly normal, wonderfully trust-worthy, rock-steady, totally platonic relationship and not want anything more? not lose the grip on what they already have if they’re romantically interested in other people?

Why can’t people be friends and not have their emotions come into play, and not turn jealous if one likes someone else, when technically that’s allowed because you’re just ‘friends’ and why cant you just carry on the way you always did, with no pieces missing, no matter what? why does it become an effort? Continue reading

Michael Jackson – Beat it (Lyrics)

They told him don’t you ever come around here
Don’t wanna see your face, you better disappear
The fire’s in their eyes and their words are really clear
So beat it, just beat it

You better run, you better do what you can
Don’t wanna see no blood, don’t be a macho man
You wanna be tough, better do what you can
So beat it, but you wanna be bad Continue reading

Blaming me, blaming you

I have come across with many people in my life that whenever they are faced with challenges, they don’t stop to look at where the fault lies WITHIN them, but instead pushing the blame on someone else.

Something big happens. A catastrophe. Who do we blame? God? Our family? Our friends? Other people?

Very seldom do I hear that someone says: “No, the fault is mine. I will learn from it and improve.”

I have to say that I was, and probably still have the tendency to be like this. I remember when I used to face challenges in my studies, I blamed everyone else but me. I blamed the supervisor, I blamed my patients, I blamed the system. Never did I blame myself. Continue reading

Hello world!

Well this is my personal blog. I’m trying to customize it as much as possible but its going to take a while. Not exactly sure what i will use it for but I’m sure soon enough I’ll find ideas to make use of this blog.

It’s storming here. Pretty badly too. BIG thunder and lightning. Ekkk! I hate storms at night and I hate being a baby, but every since the tree fell on my room, I’ve gotten pretty scared of storms. Makes me sound like a 4 year old. But gah, having the tree fall was one of the scariest times in my life. So yeah, I’m gonna try to get some sleep now.