Learnings on life 2

When I was a kid my dad bought me a book called The little instructive for life and It was exactly that, a book a dad wrote for his son and it had so many advices. I would love to do just like that one day for my kids and that’s one of the many reasons I started followin Anthony Robbins’s and Carnegie’s advice and started writting such learnings since several years ago. And I hope to keep doing it for life…

  • “The all” can skip any institution.
  • The bigger the risk the bigger the lose, or the reward. Never risk what you are not willing to lose.
  • Nothing is permanent but impermanence.
  • If you always tried and you always failed it doesn’t matter, try it again, fail again, try better, fail better.
  • There’s nothing that can substitute hardwork (nor smart work).
  • Never let not even people you admire, respect and think what they are talking about tell you something cannot be done, because frequently they’ll tell you something cannot be done and it’s only because they have not the courage to try it.
  • Analysis = Paralysis.
  • Attraction.
  • Do not think you are the smartest in the room.
  • People can only see a bunny even if you are a cop (Zootopia). Or in other words, people tend to only see with their eyes.
My father didn’t tell me how to live, he lived and let me watch him to do it. – Clarence Budington Kellang