Can't you do better? You're lying! You just lack motivation.The entire Internet is full of people's complaints, work sucks, life sucks, everything's bad. Growing up in my family, it wasn't any different - when you grow up, you'll find out how hard life is, yeah right. Maybe I'm weird, but I've never come to terms with that.
The stupidity of the century! People believe that Arnold Schwarzenegger was born a bodybuilder and spent his days watching wife swapping and eating chips with cola."I'm just not cut out for it, I'm just not smart enough, like you": I listen, it's just that I was lucky enough to be born naturally intelligent. An excuse? No, it's just that I didn't do anything, intellect and knowledge from a comfortable armchair in the living room while watching swap wives, grew, don't you believe it? Me neither.
Having opinions is pointless"I would like to live in the countryside," she says, "then move," I respond, that the conversation was a list of reasons why it is not possible up to the utter honesty of "I am too lazy to change anything," I probably do not even need to say.
I would like to give up every week, and that's normal.No, you're not abnormal if you want to give up things every week, day, or hour, it's actually normal, we're all like that, only some of us are aware of it, and we're sure to reach our goal because we're prepared for these obstacles on the way.
Visions are not nonsense.No, having a vision in life is not nonsense, nor some crazy idea from an Amway or Herbalife presentation, let alone something you should prepare to answer in a job interview at twenty. And between us, HR people who ask you where you see yourself in five years at the age of twenty, and then critically evaluate, should probably visit the nearest mental health institution.
Does it make sense to read and follow personal development?Do you follow professional literature and personal development on a daily basis? Does it help you? Or do you rather implement, do? Do you think it works, or rather, it doesn't? Read on for my perspective.
We don't take cards for less than 2 EUR, or why hardworking people are being steamrolled.In my opinion, a long-term approach, as I understand it, works significantly better in life. As long as you operate on a transactional basis, the competition is downright fierce. I have a job for you, but you only come when it suits you, and only if something comes out of it, and if a problem arises you wash your hands of it, really?
Does it actually work for you? No, but it should!I was recently discussing communication in IT on an online forum, slightly complaining that among us "IT people" it's often tragic, and immediately was objected that others manage it without this communication, and actually everything in IT is solved just by a well-written wiki. And to the question, "does it actually work", the answer came: "No, I'm bullied throughout the whole company, nobody appreciates my work, but this is how it should work!"
How and why I educate myself.The hardest thing about it all is the long-term approach, getting into something often takes a year or two, and requires work every day. Initially, I couldn't even think in terms of a year. If you're used to going somewhere for a week-long training, this is a whole new level. From a week-long training, a person usually doesn't take away anything, they forget as quickly as they learned.