Ever-changing tastes like food, wine, styling, and likes. Always changing, never a constant. That’s what we are — evolving humans. Our tastes, for one thing, today won’t be the same as for tomorrow’s thing. We are in the never-ending search for perfection — the next thing. Yes, the next thing will be better, just wait for it. Everything we … Continue reading Changing taste
It amazes me how many people are still working 60, 80, 100+ hours per week at their corporate job — no matter how much they “love it”. I used to be one of these workaholics not long ago — constantly working on busy work, things that I thought were mission critical, urgent, hyper-important, or that needed to be done … Continue reading Whose time?
Most of my friends know I can be the most consistent, disciplined and resilient person in their circle of friends. But only my closest friends know that when I lose interest in something, be it a particular subject, sport, relationship, or game, I don’t beat around the bush before deciding to quit it altogether. I’ve … Continue reading I persevere, I also quit
Most people simply want to be understood. Some want to be heard and supported, whereas others want to rant about life, relationships, or work –or how awesome or shitty their life is. Nothing wrong with any of these. I think we all need someone that lends a shoulder or ear for support at some point … Continue reading Blah, blah, blah
Most beginnings are interesting, exciting, and motivational. Yet we know they all come to an end eventually. What are beginnings anyways? They’re simply a new opportunity life provides to do things the right way — if you screwed up the last time. Beginnings are ways to experiment new ideas and paths, they allow us to use previous … Continue reading Down the line
For better or worse, I treat life as an experiment. I’m constantly trying new things, exploring new ideas, balancing between the extremes — breaking here and repairing there. I’ve gone through a wide range of trial and error periods. For example, taking only cold showers, meditating or doing yoga on a daily basis, sleeping with no pillows, … Continue reading Switch it off
Anyone could be considered a master of their craft if we consider the amount, quality and depth of knowledge and expertise of a person in a relative field. However, masters will rarely become masters if they are not willing to share their knowledge, guide, and most importantly, develop somebody else — somebody who is, let’s say, starting … Continue reading Are you a master?
Staying honest with yourself will be painful and hurt now, tomorrow and in a week, but will make you feel better months or years when you decide to look back. Look. If you feel like what you are doing is not what you truly want out from like, then take action. Stop procrastinating. Time will … Continue reading Getting things clear
If you were able to choose between being liked versus being respected, which one would you choose? You can only choose one. I think the more mature we get, the less we pay attention to being liked by everybody around us. We care less because we appreciate more the people who are there for and … Continue reading What is more important?
Whether you do one or many things in a period of time, time will always move — always forward, never backwards. It’s one of few things that lies outside of our control. You can choose to only work for a company for three years and three years will pass by. Or you can decide to work for … Continue reading Time is a constant