As the world is not black and white. Being rigid and inflexible serves only to hurt and disappoint those who follow this path.
We grew up in school playing on a level playing field. Like so many things though, school rules don't apply in the real world. It takes more then being the best to get to the top.
That's where anger comes from, a sense of helplessness. Someone or something has pinned you down. Just like how a child throws a tantrum when things don't go his way. So, what do you do instead?
When you are exploring a venture that's more idiosyncratic (freelance/entrepreneurial) where there is no set reward nor a guarantee that there is a payout it requires patience.
If you crave the compliments, you'll feel a proportional amount of criticism.
We think things are stupid based on the information we have available, not what is necessarily true.
If its your life, why let someone else set the pace for you?
Teaching includes teaching yourself who you really are Recently I watched an interesting Youtube video that was about the advice an older person would give to their 20 something self. He compared this life stage as akin to running a series of experiments to answer 3 questions rather then trying to get the most prestige …
Whether you're giving it your all or beating your heading against the wall, sometimes the line is blurred. https://youtu.be/m6kDpO3TV_0 Darn near 2 months ago, I talked about how I felt burnout from the monotony of teaching English in Thailand. I still feel that boredom and unhappiness. I've been trying to block out these feelings or …
In any conflict, you want the odds to be on your side. https://youtu.be/82Djb-5UM7k I got some interesting comments from one of the students at my school on my YouTube Channel. The details of it are irrelevant for the topic of this post, the point is, I've discovered I'm not fully mature yet. I was going …