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« Assume Responsibility | Main | People and Relationships »

February 05, 2009


J Zhao (china)

True: Your sense of empowerment comes from how you view yourself, and your view of yourself must not be dictated by others.

J. Chen

Relevant. Friend from Shanghai


Very True. This is my second dose of inspiration for the day. The one thing that motivates me every day is this statement I've put up on my wall; "I have responsibilities to fulfill today and I am important. My job is to choose what kind of day I am going to have. I am the scuptor who gets to do the shaping. What today will be like is up to me. I get to choose what kind of day I will have".


"Sucessful" is better to define "things": projects, games....than to define a person. One with plenty of money, happy life and good career could possibly lose all of those some day. You can not define him or her as loser or winner just because of one of his/her status.

So forget about these words. In this period, it's better to remind ourselves: things are moving forward, and it's not the end yet. Hope is eternal.


John Paul Dejoria's story bring tears to my eyes. What a persistence? Never give up.

Phil M

Seems to me everyone right now is very scared and in a "survival" mindset: hunker down, lower your expectations, don't rock the boat.

The only way we will dig ourselves out of this collective hole is if we, as companies and societies, get that "burning desire" you mentioned going again- to strive, invent, innovate and achieve.

(... hopefully not just in ways to slash costs or inflate asset values or "game" the system)

Omar J.

Very appropriate reflections in this tough times. It boost up my spirit.

Jordan 1

ah i loved reading that post! sounds gorgeous, can't wait until tomorrow!

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