"Compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe," said Albert Einstein. And to achieve the optimum (or even any) level of efficacy can only be done with consistency. Consistency means to do it regularly, for years or even decades. Almost everything we want to be successful in requires success. That's no secret. And … Continue reading The Secret of Consistency
If you want to be successful, you must be a leader. More importantly, you must possess the mindset of a leader. A leader is proactive. If an activity is crucial to achieving his objectives, he will be the first to do it. He doesn't need others to push him to do. He will do it. … Continue reading Leadership and Success
The problem with most people is that they believe that as long as they're blending into the herd, they'll be alright. Most people aren't alright. 80 percent of Americans aren't working in their dream jobs. 68 percent of Americans are living from paycheck to paycheck. Most people are overworked and underpaid, sad, overweight and heading … Continue reading Do You Feel Alive?
George Orwell's 1984 is a story about a totalitarian society where its people are under constant watch and any form of opposition or criticism will be met with severe, and rather cruel, consequences. Franz Kafka's Amerika is about a man who went to USA but often found himself being forced to do things that were … Continue reading Dystopian
Last October, I tweeted, "Writing a bad book is better than writing no book." I didn't realize how controversial it would get. Some people like it. Some people don't. Regardless, I appreciate all comments from those who took time to give. Of course, writing a good book is better than writing a bad book. But … Continue reading Write a Bad Book