Perfect order means having the right things in place. However, have you ever climbed into the closet for a shirt, and pull out of the shelf sweater that is not worn for several months? Or, disassembling the cabinets in the kitchen, stumble upon a bread maker, which was used exactly a week after purchase? Maybe you have a full flat of old unwanted furniture, but its out of pity? It’s time to turn unused things into something more useful — money, for example.
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Mental traps is the “thumb” and the usual ways in which painfully and avail moves our thought, burning incredible amounts of our time, sucking the energy and not creating any value neither for us nor for anyone.
The first of mental traps. Do not confuse persistence with stubbornness. Its essence lies in the fact that we continue the work, which is obviously doomed to failure or does not give us the former pleasure. We do something that has long been irrelevant, and can not stop, because “we need to finish” or “well, do not throw the same.” A foolish waste of time and energy. Continue reading
You have to love what you do — otherwise you will never succeed in life. If you love your work, you will work tirelessly, try to surpass your achievements and eventually become much more enjoy life. The most important moments on the way to success — to know your business and love what you do. This allows you to solve many complex problems.
Here is the very first paragraph of my first book, the Art of making deals: “I don’t do it for the money. I have enough money — more than I could ever need. I’m doing this for the cause. The conclusion of the transaction for me is art. Someone paints on canvas a lovely picture, someone writes wonderful poems. I like to make deals — and preferably big deals. I get my kicks in this.” Continue reading