Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.— Oscar Wilde.
Last 8 weeks I was attending writing class at Seattle Central College. During this class I had learned a lot. One of my favorites thing that I learned was “free writing”. like every International student I come to U.S. with little knowledge about how to writing English language. One of my biggest problem was fear of making mistakes. That fear was manifesting him self trough procrastination and anxiety. But free writing is really something that helps me a lot especially because professor encourage us to use this strategy.
Through this strategic i was able to make as many mistakes as i want but still to have flow in my writing. After writing our essay everyone will gather to check our own mistakes and try to fix them as many as possible. Also we had three drafts not just one for every essay. This really helped me to face my fear of writing. Even right now, my writing is far form perfect but now I have will and motivation to improve it on daily basics
“Repetition is mother of knowing”
Faith is something that you can not see, but you strongly believe in. We can believe in God or universal intelligent or only in our self in does not a meter in what you believe in , but the filing is so strong that you know that is the truth. And usually, if we have faith, we can rich any goals in our life and be whatever we want success in any area.
What is wisdom, and what is the difference between knowledge? Knowledge is something that we can get from a book or personal experience or like the advice of other smart people that bring as to the definition of wisdom. Wisdom is something the we can apply in real life situation. knowledge is like a check if do not cash it, it doesn’t worth anything. Wisdom is a skill that gives us the ability to apply knowledge in real life.
People always say it is better to cray in 2 million dollars owned mansion than in the small rented studio. But we are still going to cry anyway. I have been a witness of many suicides of very famous and successful people because many can’t buy happiness. Happiness is not for sale happiness is a choice we can live a happy life without any properties or expensive car, and jewelry money can indeed make us more comfortable and secure and safe but not as much happier the people think.
This can be true if we think about some think that we can do it alone, but if we have big goals or if we want to build a multi-million dollar company it impossible to depend only on your self. It is always much better to find a reliable team of excellent and honest people, and also you need to be the same, and your team can always count on you to be the for them if you want for them to be always here for you.
In some cultures, this model of behavior still exists, and many people believe that this concept is above the written lows. But as expel in Monte Negro, they call it blood revenge. Of somebody bring harm to your family the is your duty to revenge but then is keep on going until the whole family become destroyed. In my opinion, if we accept this concept, then we are much worst the animals, animals kill to survive. It always better to develop qualities like humility and forgives then revenge.
I strongly believe that this is a true statement because always in life, we get what we need and not what we want. They yes that death comes when our soul can not develop any more in our body in our life. Because of that something we have a problematic situation and we think that life is not fair, but the trust is that we get does experience to develop more and more. As an example, I had a car accident in which I almost died, but now I am grateful for that experience because it switched and changed my life in the way that I will never have a chance to do it if that accident did not happen in my life.
I am the person how takes my life and life of other very seriously.
Because of that I decided to be the bast that I can every day of my life and to help other to do the same. I strongly believe by doing that we can not just change the world we can also make it better for future generations to come.
Trough my life experience like entrepreneur, marathon and ultra-marathon runner, certificated John C. Maxwell public speaker and coach, International student in Seattle Central College and Executive of Finances in that institution I can say with confidence that there is no success without failure and the biggest challenge that we have in front of us is our self.
I made this blog for people that fill the same and want to share there stores of self discovery and transformation.
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