- If you can’t answer, “where exactly will I spend this money”, then that money is not worth working for.
- Try to trade the value you create for money (being self employed), instead of trading your time for money (doing a job).
- Money is the root of all evil? Your choices, decisions and goals are the root of all evil.
- Money can buy happiness but only to a very limited extent.
- Regularly give money in charity. Make sure no one knows. If you’re too uncomfortable doing that, you’re giving money too much importance.
- The most fulfilling way of earning honest money is to do for-profit philanthropy.
- The problems of the communities you belong to, are your problems. Whether you like it or not. Contribute, you’ll feel better. Or leave.
- It is better to have a small number of people care a lot (community) than a large number of people care a little (fame).
- It is better to have an audience than a client list. To build an audience, a client list is a good start though.
- Your communities will respond to you if you (a) do great work yourself, or (b) help them in doing their’s.
- Building and nurturing communities takes work, time and money. It is also very fulfilling, profitable and lasts longer than you.
- Social media, like phones and letters, is a tool. A medium for communication with your community. Use it as such.
- What can I work on for the rest of my life and I’ll be OK? My community.
- Don’t fret too much about life, it’ll be over soon. All your worries will vanish, give it a decade or four.
- Side with the truth. Even if the truth is siding with the enemy.
- All authorities worth following, are worth questioning.
- Creativity is what makes you human.
- Life is beautiful. It is also a bitch. Choose.
- Take bigger risk to dramatically improve. Here, I’ll prove it: to improve = change status quo = do new things = higher risk. Hence, RHS=LHS.
- If your life is all about your work, your work better be freakin’ awesome.
- If you’re not working to improve and contribute, then what exactly are you doing?
- Assume the best in people to get the best of people. Assume the worst in people to get the worst of people. Try it sometimes.
- It’s better to break bones than hearts.
- Encourage others, especially when they suck. They’ll improve faster.
- Be curious at all times.
- Make new hobbies. Everything else are details.
God is great and aal iz well.
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