A couple interesting guys in the video below.
One of my favourite parts of the interview is Tai saying that Ghandi said:
At first they will ignore you.
Then they will laugh at you.
Then they will hate you.
And after all those stages they will love you.
I have learned a lot from Rick Warren … there is a lot of wisdom in each of his sermons which helps in life, both personal and business.
One of my favourite youtube guys is this guy below… and his latest video is kinda inspiring in all the same ways that Jack Ma inspires, or Tony Robbins.
And he is proof that living by good principles leads to success:
I am always looking to up my game… and want to make more videos for youtube and on websites cause sooo much stuff is going there.
So I made a video for my business Decato Agency and here it is…let me know what you think!
There is a guy who I starting following many years ago. This guy started a study guide for an architect course because there wasn’t one available online. This got him some dollars rolling in and he ended up starting a full time online business from that and the off shoots from it.
Now a days he makes more money (according to his website) in one month than most people make in a year. And much of it is passive income.
So, he also has an amazing blog with all sorts of good content to help people make money online and he has a podcast too.
Last night I decided to get back into following him and subscribed to his podcasts and I have to admit I am more into them now then before. I actually think that after having much more experience myself I am able to read between the lines on the stuff they are talking about and each podcast I have heard so far is full of golden nuggets.
For anyone new to making money online or even far into it, i highly recommend his podcasts and his blog.
Take a listen, you will probably be glad you did!
I am absolutely loving watching modern business start up videos. There are nuggets of information in each one. Here is a video from the founder of Netflix.
This dude, who happens to be a mutli billionaire…Ray Dalio, made a video to show how he sees the economy working. Being as he has made a lot of money for himself and others in the stock market…me might just know what his is talking about….but don’t take my word for it…be an independent thinker and let me know what you think in the comments below!
I have spent some time paying attention to Obama and Trudeau even though I typically find the news about politics not very interesting. Slowly…I am starting to think that it might not be the politics that is boring but the news shows themselves that are boring.
Way too many times I come accross “attention grabbing” headlines about the latest dramatized thing that has happened in politics and if I watch or read the news about it I am left with a bad taste in my mouth.
So…now I just watch the videos of speeches or interviews with the politicians. After all I don’t have much use for hearing about people those the filteres and opinions of someone else that is essentially at a lower level. It just distorts the message.
On top of all that, it seems that most times, the person doing the reporting just doesn’t get what the speaker is talking about… seriously they just don’t get it. To me, it’s kinda weird, but at the same time it makes sense. However I think too many people believe what they read in a newspaper or hear through one persons opinion.
Many years ago I had a boss, Tom, he would frequently say to people its not the point its the principle. Over the last 20 years I have really come to realize that by living by good, solid principles is the best way to do things. After all a point is nothing more than a jab at somebody and a principle is a guiding light.
To make this a little more clear, take a look at these speeches from Barack Obama and Justin Treadeau and what do you really see as the principles in their speeches? Let me know in the comments of this post.