Albert Einstein once said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Today, his saying captures the true essence of rethinking our strategies for success by dumping what’s not working for what works. This is very crucial because pursuing and getting stuck with things that have no bearing with your set goals will only lead to gross failure whether in business or your personal affairs.
Great piece. Success and failure are truly like the two sides of a coin. You’d only know if you will succeed or fail if you take action and do something about the dream in your heart. Just as you’d know if you’ll get a head or tail only when you toss the coin. Well done Alexis!
When I graduated from college in 2012, I thought a world of opportunities would become open to me. I had made all the right connections, held leadership positions, was top of my major, and graduated summa cum laude. Surely, I would breeze through career opportunities like a hurricane of success.
But no such thing happened – at least not in the beginning.
Toughing it Out
In fact, it was a rough year after school ended even though I gave up my vacation to stay in Jamaica and hunt for a job. I didn’t want to come back after stretching my legs for four months in the U.S. to find all the good positions taken. But it seemed that for recent graduates, there was just none to be had.
Since I no longer had my college apartment my rent sky-rocketed, and inflation sent general cost of living up with it. In a few months, I…
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What a beautiful piece, worth sharing! Well done Fonz.
Did you know, that your life exsists for a reason. That your life is not an accident, you are not a chance happening. YOU ARE MEANT TO BE. You and only you can do what you do, for sure someone else can do the same things. But not how you can, not the way you do things. Your life is for a reason, yet so many complain about what there life is not. Instead of being grateful for what life is. You see so many, always want more, it’s never enough. When the next tick is ticked they still strive for more.
We have lived in this house for 6 years and have had to fight cancer the whole time we have lived here. Never have we lived here and enjoyed what we have around us. Yes sure there have been small moments where we have sat back and enjoyed…
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