What’s your dream? What do you enjoy doing? What life are you living?
If you are a parent, what do you want for your kids? Picture the day they walk out of your home as grown-ups – what do you want them to look back at, and more importantly, will you have managed to give them everything they need to live their adult lives?
Do you enjoy getting up everyday at the same time, hopefully have breakfast with your loved ones, then make your way to what ever you do for a living, 8-10 hours later you touch down at home (if), have dinner, spent some time doing something (kids, hobby, reading etc (hopefully)) then rinse repeat x 5 interrupted by weekends x 52 x your life expectancy – The End?
Oh, not to forget the one or two times you have a 10 days break per year to “recharge your batteries” and then back to rinse and repeat?
So, again: What’s your dream? What life are you living? Is it your dream life? Do you enjoy what you are doing?
Love to hear what you think.
All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.
On Monday I’ll be flying to Melbourne and then sail from the Port of Melbourne back to Sydney.
Continue reading “the big trip”
Do not wait; the time will never be ‘just right.’ Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.
If you are reading this you most likely read part one of this blog post series. If not it makes sense to have a quick read before you continue with this update.
The next 6 updates will provide some clarity on the 6 rules that Labkovsky came up with to help to defeat neurosis and become a positive person. The happy bunny type person 👍
Continue reading “i want, so i will. part 2”
One of the main reasons why I started the genAlpha Project is the fact that our (global) education system is no longer adequate to prepare our kids (read future workforce) for the future of work. Continue reading “brainblurb – the adaptability quotient”