You cannot love other people fully if you just tolerate yourself. – T. Ferriss
Love begins with self-love. I cannot begin to truly and fully love other person if I do not love myself first.
Loving myself requires me to know who I am and act in congruent of that knowledge.
If there is something I do not love about myself, I have the power to change.
“Chips (on your shoulder) are good until they’re not… if you don’t know how to control it.”
One can channel the drive to succeed as coal to a burning flame, fueling it all the way to the top.
But as fire flames grow, one can get burned badly if the fire spread wildly without control.
Entrepreneurship is hard. – G. Vaynerchuk.
It’s a simple statement with profound meanings. As much as Gary Vee preaches about the hustle, the grind, the long hours of work and stress, very few people can truly shoulder that burden daily.
Many of us fancy the lifestyle and glorify the success as if it were a goal to attain. As Gary Vee said before, the celebration is in the process, not in the end goal. We have to learn to enjoy the suck. A lot. Often. It never stops.
Sometimes you need life to save you from what you want to give you want you need. – T. Ferriss
This quote reminded me of a quote from the book Thrive by Arrianna Huffington, pg 130:
“My heart is at ease nowing that what was meant for me will never miss me, and that what misses me was never meant for me.” by Imam Al-Shafi’i.