The more successful you become, the less interested you are in what others think of you. Opinions become less and less important as you gain more self-validation through fulfilling goals.
Essentially, all you care about is what you can do to help yourself and those around you.
That’s what is the most important thing in this life, more important than anything materialistic and of money. You should want to be remembered for what you did on this earth instead of the money you make because at the end of the day, you can’t take it to the grave with you.
Nobody will care as much for the money you made, the cars you had, or your materialistic position. It will be about if you created an impact on the lives of others and those around you.
That’s what I’m striving for. So, the next time you worry about someone’s opinion for you doing something, block it out because it’s not going to be of importance to you.
It’s easily to be in the midst of everything that goes on in the world from your personal life to politics.
But one thing that’s certain is the way we do things.
The question of why we do we do things that we do each and everyday. It’s on our minds from when wake up and when we go to sleep.
The word “why” brings a paradigm shift of a pattern we see everyday. You get the gist of what I’m saying now? We do certain things so we can be remembered forever.
The current moment that you’re reading this will inspire you to look at your everyday life and question what your life is compromised of. Is a boring 9-5 job you have been settling for a couple years? Is it going to college to get a degree? Is it working on skills that will help you in the future?
This relates to the purpose of life. Or should I say your purpose. There’s a clear chance that we do it because love to do it or to be remembered.
I can easily ask myself why I do things each and everyday. Do I like to ask this consistent question? Hell no. But it’s what keeps me going and how I perceive everyday life.
Whatever the case may be, you need to keep working on what you love do. There’s a saying, “ if you don’t build your dreams, you will be helping someone else build theirs”
Now.. hearing that makes me think, “Why would I spend my hard earned time doing that, this ain’t free labor” I’m trying to win from now till my last breath.
Never do anything for money, that will just push you back and make hot miserable. Materialistic items are never worth the investment for the long term.
I’d rather buy a Mcchicken cause I love to eat not to show off or to impress. But who am I sounding like I’m rich, it’s only a Mcchicken after all.
There’s a myth where you have to work all the time to see progression & results. Well, to a point that’s correct but also incorrect. We can’t spend all of time doing hard work because we will eventually burn out. That burnout will cause us stress and we will feel unmotivated to other things throughout the course of the day. So, the only option we have is to have fun.
There’s nothing wrong with having fun and living your life. Go out for a drink, talk to that girl, go jet ski. Whatever your definition of fun is, do it! Whether you’re 18,23, or 30. We see people wasting their lives away going for a dream. Now, it’s understandable for why they do that but they’re delaying their gratification. Cut yourself some slack. We aren’t robots or artificial intelligence.
Here’s a little episode from a podcast that shows my reasoning on why you need to take breaks & to enjoy life. It’s very possible to be successful and to have fun at the same time.