Do the things you need to do to be productive. Don't wait around for your boss or another person to tell you what you need to do. If you wait, you'll just be helping another person achieve their goals and be more productive, putting off your needs. Take the initiative and do the work that … Continue reading Take the Initiative
Don't let anyone break you. Especially over menial tasks and things that don't matter in the long run. You are unbreakable. You are made of steel. No matter how many bullets come your way, they continue deflecting off your rock-solid body, mind and soul.
So many people are afraid of changing jobs or career paths. Sure, it takes a lot of guts to drop everything, quit your job and expect to find something better. But how will we ever find anything better if we don't try?
I do not understand and cannot comprehend how people, especially in professions that rely on and preach teamwork, can treat each others like robots. It seems to be like this everywhere I look. This issue ties into "workaholism". We look at people as if they are machines, with no feelings, emotions, wants or needs. And … Continue reading iRobot
Don't stress out about being the best at something. This will only hinder your performance. Just trust in yourself. You have what it takes. Be confident.
Don't get mad or lash out at people that you love for something that has nothing to do with them. Today, my leg workout did not go as planned. People were calling me non-stop, the equipment was not what I was used to using in my gym back home (making me miss my gym in … Continue reading Lashing Out
Sometimes you are going to have to tell people "no". Sometimes those people are going to be your friends, or the ones that you love most. If they truly care about your well-being, they will understand and won't hold grudges. Live your life how you want to. Don't let things pile on to the point … Continue reading No
Whenever you have a choice between simplifying and complicating something, the chance always seems so obvious. You should simplify. Yet, as human beings we always gravitate toward complication to feed our self-esteem. The truly successful people seek simplicity and deliver in an efficient and timely manner to assure quality. You see people in the gym … Continue reading Quality/Quantity
Today, I write about something that irritates me almost every day at work, and most likely irritates you, as well. Every day, I try to leave work at a reasonable hour in an attempt to get some "me-time". I go into work at 8:30 AM and try to leave at 5:00 PM. To me, this … Continue reading Leadership or Me-dership