Not all rules are worth followingJOHN KELVN
“WHO said it could not be done? And what great victory has he to his credit, which qualifies him to judge others accurately?”
If we track a normal person life, the script always goes like;
As a kid, he/she goes to school, gets a good grade, goes to university graduates with a good score, joins the world and gets a job get married, get a kid and drops their kids to school and from that, they are trapped. They’ve bills to pay and thus need job security and the cycle goes on
what happens when you decide not to follow the script? a big deal is made of someone who never manages to get to tertiary education.
There’s a great book by Robert Kiyosaki “Why A students work for C students and B students work for government“
he goes to say that the reason C students beat A students in life, is because the C students studies what the A student does not.
The reason most of us fail to succeed in life is because we follow the script, and we follow the script because we fear to break the rules.
“Everything you want is on the other side of fear”
– Jack Canfield
So why not go for it?
whatever you’re thinking of doing, just start. There’ll never be a right time to start. If you don’t break the rules then you’ll never conquer your fears. Mohamed Ali puts’ it simple “Even the Master was once a beginner”
When someone tells’ you a “NO” what’s the worst that can happen? Is their “NO” that powerful than your “YES”.
Take the risk, the most powerful action you’ll ever take is to START. Don’t just follow all the rules
“Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it’s stupid”