I've been thinking about options lately. I think about work opportunities, technological changes and decisions, family and relationships, eating and healthy lifestyles, and everyday life choices, among others. Interestingly, there's something that keeps popping up: all of these options are binary. I can't have both because life is about making decisions, compromising and giving our … Continue reading Options
When do I know it's been enough and it's time to settle for what I currently have in my pursuit of more and better? I'd probably be just fine if I settle for what I have in life and career, but it'd be foolish to do so because I know it wouldn't make me happy … Continue reading When is enough?
Life is so short and death comes by so quickly, especially taking away the best ones from our side. What does somebody leave behind death? A legacy? But what kind of legacy and through whom and how? I believe we leave our legacy by doing good, fighting for the right reasons, and inspiring others to … Continue reading Celebrating life
"Never forget why you're doing what you're doing. Are you helping people? Are they happy? Are you happy? Are you profitable? Isn't that enough?" – Derek Sivers, Anything You Want
Your relationships will be some of the most important things you will have in your life. They are a reflection of who you are or aren't. They can make you better or worse. According to Jim Rohn, "we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with." This is a reminder … Continue reading Healthy Relationships
We all have options and choices, similar to human rights. We have the choice to agree or disagree, to say fuck yeah or hell no, to choose what we want out of life, who we want to be, where we want to go, what we want to believe in, who we want to partner up … Continue reading Your choices
Having personal or career issues? You’re far from being the first, last, or only one. We have all needed some form of help at some point, and most of us have also not looked for this help because we thought it was too small to ask for help and that we could either fix it … Continue reading It’s ok not to be ok
Money can surely buy most, if not all, the nice things we've ever dreamed of: the latest gadgets, the shiniest watches, the nicest pieces of clothes, the most luxurious cars, the biggest houses, you name them. Money is nice and solves many fundamental life problems, but it can't buy contentment and all the intangible things … Continue reading How much is enough?
When was the last time you stopped for a moment and took a look around you and the pace everything seems to be moving at? Life seems pretty fast? Months feel like weeks, weeks like days, and days like hours. And 2018 is almost over. We're always trying to beat time when in reality time … Continue reading Slow down
Perhaps one of the most underrated skills in life — figuring things out on the go, as you start a new job or a new project; while trying to learn a new language, skill, tool; or when trying to switch careers. It also works when you get lost during traveling or in life. Just figure it out. … Continue reading Figure it out