If you are going to start something, it is very crucial to have concrete principle in hand and the things which you would do no matter what.
So many people are getting paid in news and media industry just to discuss the problems. Now a days whenever I open Facebook, the chances of someone discussing a problem is 100%. With that said, it’s really amazing to see that most of us are aware of the problems around us, and we certainly have reached to a point where a problem is highly unlikely to be unseen.
We want our work to be phenomenal and it’s a good thing also, but we have to be careful with that word, because sometimes it consumes ourselves and suck the joy out of the process.
I would like to remind you that you can still do so much with the information you have at your fingertips, so instead of being critical and whining about it we should try to find something which could help us in becoming better.
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The point I am trying to make here is “If we are so efficient in doing the things we don’t like, wouldn’t it be awesome if we could just do the things we love”.
I have one of my friend who says that he has a wonderful idea that would change his life and he is saving it for the future, and he would implement it when he is settled, this feeling gives him a hope, more accurately a false hope, a reason to delay
We have a choice either we could be among people who fight to be cheap and best or we could create a culture which cares for relationship and customer satisfaction because that’s where loyalty comes from and because it has a long lasting impact.
He had a very friendly relationship with Steve Jobs and it was really amazing to get to know his journey with Steve. He mentioned that how Steve got changed in later period of his life and how it had to do with Pixar.
I believe whenever we want to start something we should know why are we doing it in the first place then only we would reason to our mind if things go rough and would persevere.