Two of my inspiring personalities - Richard Branson and Steve Jobs. Both of them changed the world and I am very interested in both of them. Do they have something in common?
Where is the line between what is real life and what is virtual life? Do you have one? If you post a nice car on Facebook, does that mean that you own one at least in your mind or you just post somebody else's life's fragments to show others you will never live like that? If you download an app to do virtual push-ups, will your belly get 6 pack abs? What is your real life?
Tonight I had a dream, I've been in a circus. One of the performances was when they brought some person on the stage. They said this person could have everything he wants in life.
Hi, how are you,-
Hi, everything is normal, just working, as always-
That's the most common start of the conversation. Strange, because I think we are supposed to live our lives instead of working our lives.
This is second part of the post I've started last week. I'd like to notice that these are not all the people who inspire me, there are a lot more. Some of them I just started to be interested in and I will talk about them in some other posts after I will follow them for some time more deeply.
Not all of my life I was interested in self-education or self-improvement. Most of my life I was just living the life I thought I was meant to live. And as I mentioned in one of my previous posts, couple last year's really changed my life. One of the most amazing things was discovering many very interesting and really inspiring personalities in many different areas of life. I started to study their biographies, read their books and learn from their experience. Most of their work I'm still following today. So, in this post I want to share my inspiring personalities with you. I believe, you will choose to learn from most of them too.
One million dollars.. Is it a lot or a little? I think it depends on what are you going to do with it. I always hear people talking about money and how it would be great to get one million dollars. I'm pretty sure that almost all of them have no idea what would they do afterwards. It's a good question to ask.
There are many ways of solving any problem in any area. The question is do we really want to solve the problem or do we want just to delay it? This post is an idea that might be used in solving the problem of driving and talking over the phone.
Have you ever wondered how much does your life worth in numbers? Let's count it together, shall we?
Would you like to see the future? What would you do if you knew what's going to happen in your life? That's a good question, isn't it?!