Sunday, December 11, 2011
Monday, December 5, 2011
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Do you remember when you were a child there are no worries behind your dreams. All you want to do is play everyday, enjoy every moment that you have and there is always an excitement if you want something. You were always excited when you are waiting for your dad to come home and unpacked the chocolates that he brought to you. You were always excited when you have activities in school and you were always excited to show your parents the high grades that you get in school. When you grew up that excitement decreases and your love for life seems to be vanishing. Your productivity and hunger for exploring other things goes down. This is why excitement is really a big factor for achieving success. Being excited means expecting positive results and enjoyable situations. Being excited gets you motivated to put actions to your goals and forget the fear that is stopping you. Excitement never runs out, we just forget how to appreciate little things and also our fear destroys our excitement. No matter how old we are, we can still revive the excitement that we felt when we were young. It’s just a matter of appreciating little things, learning how to enjoy every second of our life and stepping out of our comfort zone
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Getting on top requires a lot of effort and massive actions. Sacrifices and numerous trials should be experienced first before we attain the life that we are dreaming of. Time is one of the most important elements in success. Time is very deep and it is very tricky, sometimes it will tease you and deceit you. No matter what happened time will never wait for you. If it is your time to succeed and you let it slip away then you can never go back and ask time to give you another chance. Everyone has his own time to succeed but no one knows when will be the right time to have it. All we can do is give our best shot in any given moment until success present itself.
Friday, December 2, 2011
When I was 14 years old and was in second year of high school I fell in love with music, rock n’ roll music. The lights of Incubus, Guns N’ Roses, Oasis, Live, Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers inspires me when I listen to their music every day. One of my classmates is good in playing guitar and I envy him because he attracts a lot of attention from our beautiful girl classmates. Not only that I also hear him playing one of my favorite songs, I was amazed by how he strums the guitar perfectly and produce a good music. He serves as one of my inspiration that one day me too can play guitar like that. When Christmas season was coming I asked my father to buy me a guitar as his gift for me on Christmas day. My father was generous and he did not object my request. On the second week of December I saw a big gift place under our Christmas tree, even though guitar was not evident on the way it was wrapped and Christmas is still a few more days to go I still opened it and kudos! It was my guitar. Father just laughed at me when he saw me holding my new orange guitar. He senses my eagerness on learning how to play it. On the night that I opened it I already practice some basic chords with a little help from a songbook because there was a chord chart at the back of its cover. I find it so difficult on my first few days, my fingers are even hurting because the guitar strings were so hard to press. My timing was even off and I cannot even complete a single song. I become frustrated and sometimes I even think if I can still learn how to play. My frustrations are easily wiped out when I see some of my idols on TV, I said to myself “Man I really wanted to play guitar”. Months have passed and I am still studying how to play guitar every single day. It becomes my obsession, I always play after school, during weekends and during my spare time. I feel that I am improving, my friends also sees that. Before, I am the one who is asking for their time to teach me but now I am already the one who is teaching them the songs that I know. Years have passed and I am still playing guitar. I am already an intermediate guitar player and I am aspiring to be a pro, I know it will be difficult but I am ready to face the difficulties. I am very happy because I can play my favorite songs and sometimes I am composing my own music. I finally proved that nothing is impossible once passion, commitment and hard work are combined. You can be what you wanted to be if you set your mind into it.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Whining is easier to do than winning that is why most people choose to do this when they feel that defeat will conquer them. Anyone can choose whether he wants to be a whiner or a winner but sometimes whiners have a lot of out of the world reasons and don’t want to admit that he is doing badly so I differentiate the attitude of a winner and a whiner and I also explain here the result of their performances.
- Winners never lose hope just for a second while whiners are hopeless and full of dramas.
- Winners use desperation for progression while whiners use desperation for destruction.
- A winner never quits while a whiner never tries.
- Winning creates self satisfaction and confidence to anyone while whining creates low self esteem and forever regrets.
- A winner practices self reliance while a whiner is very dependent.
- A winner is ready for trials and the most difficult consequences while a whiner always choose the easiest path.
- Winning is fun and very addictive while whining only gives burden and pain.
- A winner always find solutions and acts in a very timely manner while a whiner always find excuses and never take the first step.
- A winner loves action while a whiner loves procrastination.
- Winning doesn’t need noise to get noticed while whining needs a lot of non sense activities to catch some attention.
- Winning is for grownups while whining is for babies.