These days, we slow down and rest more than we usually do.
According to one of the ancient thinkers: “If someone has nothing worth taking some risks for, then it is not about the circumstances, but about that person.” I completely agree with that.
Most people have the priviledge to appreciate the proximity of their parents.
Every act of creation has both positive and negative consequences.
People need success in every aspect of their lives.
Generally people think that financial wellfare means a carefree and peaceful life. Which is true .. to some extend.
A good resume can sell its owner even before being read through the content.
Democracy is still highly-debated after all those historical eras. Is it as it is supposed to be? No, I don’t think so.
This morning, before I went cycling I was thinking about all the things that I face.
Choose happiness above everything else.
There are however some unwritten rules of life, which, if followed, provide you a clean conscience and a smooth way towards your goals.
It amazes me that schools teach trigonometry when only a fraction of the population will ever need to use it and yet there are no lessons about the tax that everyone has to pay!
In one of my previous writings, I have revealed my doubts about my closest friends’ honest intention. I can not be sure whether they love me for who I am, or they just want to take advantage of me.
These days, people frequently ask me about these questions: “ Isn’t it hard to make friends, well-known for being a powerful and successful businessman?” and “How can I know that someone loves me the way I am, simply for my character, and not because of my possessions?”
Candy kingpin Joseph Felfoldi reflects on the pros and cons of juggling a hectic business life with the challenges and responsibilities of parenting.
There was a time when I was really fat.