November 27, 2012 § 1 Comment
How do you like to spend your life? What do you desire? What if money didn’t matter? What if money was no object?
March 1, 2012 § 21 Comments
Arnold’s 6 Rules to Success:
1. Trust yourself
Many young people are getting so much advice from their parents and from their teachers and from everyone. But what is most important is that you have to dig deep down, dig deep down and ask yourselves, who do you want to be? Not what, but who. Figure out for yourselves what makes you happy, no matter how crazy it may sound to other people.
2. Break the Rules
Break the rules, not the law, but break the rules. It is impossible to be a maverick or a true original if you’re too well behaved and don’t want to break the rules. You have to think outside the box. That’s what I believe. After all, what is the point of being on this earth if all you want to do is be liked by everyone and avoid trouble?
January 2, 2012 § Leave a comment
The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames are widely regarded as America’s most important designers. Perhaps best remembered for their mid-century plywood and fiberglass furniture, the Eames Office also created a mind-bending variety of other products, from splints for wounded military during World War II, to photography, interiors, multi-media exhibits, graphics, games, films and toys. But their personal lives and influence on significant events in American life – from the development of modernism, to the rise of the computer age – has been less widely understood. Narrated by James Franco, Eames: The Architect and the Painter is the first film dedicated to these creative geniuses and their work.
August 25, 2011 § Leave a comment
In 1951 Dentsu’s fourth president Hideo Yoshida wrote 10 Spartan Rules to inspire his employees. They’re on the wall of every Dentsu building around the world.
1. Create work for yourself; don’t wait for work to be assigned to you.
2. Take an active role in all your endeavours, not a passive one.
3. Seek out large and complex jobs. Trivial tasks debase you.
4. Welcome difficult assignments. Choose them. Progress lies in accomplishing difficult work.
5. Once you begin a task, complete it. Never give up.
6. Lead your fellow workers. Be an example for them to follow.
7. Set goals for yourself to ensure a constant sense of purpose. This will give you perseverance and hope for the future.
8. Move with confidence. Confidence gives your work force, focus and substance.
9. Find new solutions. This is the way we ensure satisfactory service.
10. When conflict is necessary don’t shy away from it or be afraid. Conflict is the mother of progress and the source of aggressive enterprise. If you fear conflict, you will become timid and servile.
April 28, 2011 § Leave a comment
Embrace fear, embrace risk.https://ted.com/talks/view/id/1114
March 18, 2011 § Leave a comment
Amazing and inspiring video. This video is related to what I posted last year, about the 73 Best Business and Life Lessons by Robin Sharma.
March 18, 2011 § 1 Comment
Take charge of your life by beginning something you’ve always wanted to do. If your goal seems overwhelming, start small.
“By daring to begin the life you’ve always wanted, you become energized.”
Your imagination has no boundaries.
“Dreaming about something is the first step towards achieving it. “
Set your mind to predict success. Tell yourself you will succeed at whatever you’re doing at the moment.
Allow yourself to grow by exposing your vulnerability and insecurity. Don’t live strictly inside your comfort zone-done always play it safe.
You can’t grow if you don’t trust your inner voice.
“… being paralyzed by indecision is worth than making the wrong decision.”
Relationships are what pull us through the hard times, and make the good times meaningful. Take time to nurture the connections that uplift you.
Try listening carefully to the other person’s point of view first, without being preoccupied or distracted.
You’ll really hear what is being said and the other person is more likely to pay attention to your views.
We can always find something that “needs to be done” and we forget how to have fun.
Make a conscious effort to take time off – you’ll feel refreshed and able to think more clearly afterwards. « Read the rest of this entry »
February 28, 2011 § Leave a comment