I realize as I look at old pictures how many amazing people I was fortunate enough to meet, how much I learned from everyone, and what impact they had on my life and on who I became.
Have you ever had that feeling when you’re being a bit too cranky, angry or upset, and you suddenly stop, listen to yourself and think ‘Gosh! What on earth am I complaining about?’ No? You should. I am an extremely bubbly person. It’s not something I fake or that comes as an effort to me… Continue reading Stop. Breathe. Say ‘Thank you’
To my Granddad, a wonderful Human Being, a wonderful Grandfather, who enjoyed every minute of life.
I’ve spoken about success recently and how I perceive it, but there’s another very important concept, often linked to it: Failure. I think we don’t discuss enough how important failure is in our lives. I think somehow there’s an overall misconception that failure is a bad thing. Well it’s not, if you’re failing it means… Continue reading I can’t wait to fail
I have mentioned before how some of my friends and I are facing defining moments in our lives: some of us quit, others want to quit, some have no clue what they’re doing or want to do, and for most of us it’s a mix… Or maybe it’s just because most of us are turning… Continue reading Find your purpose. Embrace it. And be successful. Easy-peasy.
This morning I didn’t wake up particularly inspired. I had planned to do some writing in the afternoon, but I started the day off with paperwork and bureaucracy and that kind of thing just puts me off. Bureaucracy and paperwork will do that to you. I went to meet a friend for lunch fully convinced… Continue reading Sometimes you just have to hop on the Double-Decker Bus
In January 2004 a Hungarian football player who was playing for one of the Portuguese football teams, Miklós "Miki" Fehér, died of cardiac arrest during a match. This was highly documented by the media as the game was being broadcast live on television when it happen. He leaned forward and then fell backwards. His team… Continue reading Celebrate your life
How inspiring was Robert De Niro’s graduating speech last week? If you didn’t watch it, no worries, you can catch up on the link below, but basically he told the 2015 graduates of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts the hard truth - ‘you’re f**ked’. One slight side comment before starting - He kicked off… Continue reading “If you don’t go, you’ll never know”