Showing posts with label inspirationalquotes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label inspirationalquotes. Show all posts

Saturday, January 1, 2022

Powerful motivational quotes ✔ for year 2022 in English with images.


 As a tradition in the second year for the page, in this post I will show you some of the motivational quotes I've heard or read recently that made me feel an strange energy within myself, this made me accomplish all my goals and face my problems with no excuses.

1. "Be kind whenever possible. It's always possible." —  Dalai Lama.

2. "Every battle is won before its fought." —   Sun Tzu.

3. "It is better to stand and fight. If you run you will only die tired." —   A Viking saying.

4. "Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me." — Carol Burnett.

5. "If you are not making someone else's life better, then you are wasting your time."- Will Smith.

6. "Push yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you." — Unknown.

7. "Don't whine. Don't complain. Don't make excuses." — John Wooden.

8. "If you are afraid of failure, you don't deserve to be successful." — Charles Barkley.

9. "Learn as if you will live forever, live like you will die tomorrow." — Mahatma Gandhi.

10. "The harder you work for something, the greater you'll feel when you achieve it." — Anonymous.

Extra. "Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you made the effort to become the best of which you are capable." —John Wooden

Friday, May 1, 2020

This is HOW BILL GATES THINKS 💻, according to his BEST QUOTES and ideas💰.

Recently I was reading about one of the richest mans of the world, and one of who we may learn a lot.

I'm talking about Bill Gates.

Since I was a child, I found technology as something pretty amazing. It's a world that everybody must know at least at its basics.

I think B. G. is one of the most important people in the technology environment. Without his work and ideas the world may not have technological advantages that have now.

That's why I decided to write a little bit about some of his most interesting ideas and quotes, to share part of his knowledge with you.

This is a list of 10 topics with his best quotes and ideas, take a sit at your favorite place and enjoy:

1. Addiction to technology.
- For me, it's better if a guy is addicted to his personal computer than if he is to T.V. At least his mind is taking decisions (1986).

2. About Apple (His competitor).
- To create a new standard, it is required something which is not only a bit different; it needs to be something really new and that gets people attention. The Macintosh is the only computer that have all this requisites (1984).

3. The clients in business.
- Your most unhappy clients, are the most important source of learning (1999).

- Something that is rarely commented, is that the software business sells much more to other businesses than to consumers (2008).

4. Capitalism
- People underestimate how effective capitalism is in keeping even the most successful companies on the brink (2001).

- Capitalism is great and it causes thousands of things to take place in parallel. And many of these fail. Some are just mediocre. But the special ones can grow and, you know, surprise everyone (2009).

5. Childhood.
- I tried to be normal as much as I could (1992).

- I actually had a lot of dreams when I was a kid, and I think it was because I had the opportunity to read a lot (2008).

6. China.
-About three million computers are sold in China a year, but people don't pay for the software. Someday they will. And if they plan to steal it, we want them to steal ours. Let's say that somehow they will become addicted to it and we will already manage to collect what corresponds to us in the next decade (1998).

- It is exciting to witness what is happening in China. It is excellent for us. If we could choose between making all the Chinese as wealthy as we are or being as poor as they were in 1979, we would certainly choose to make them consumers and inventors, as we are. They are very far from it but they constitute a population large enough to incubate large things inside (2009).

7. University education
- I am concerned to hear that there are young people who do not want to go to university due to the fact that I did not graduate. Let's be clear: I got a very good education even though I didn't stay long enough to graduate. Plus, every year, making college education as important today as high school was once (1996).

8. Computers vs People.
- Computers are wonderful because when you work with them, you get immediate results that allows you to know whether your program works or not. It's a feedback you don't get from many other things (1995).

9. Leave Harvard.
- We realized that things were starting to happen, and the simple fact of having had a vision of where this chip should go and what it could mean, did not imply that the industry would wait for me until I finished my studies at Harvard (1996).

10. The old times. 
- We weren't even governed by the 24-hour clock: Four or five of us came and programmed for two days in a row. When it was time to eat, we got in our cars, ran to a restaurant and sat down to talk about what we were doing. Sometimes I get excited talking about things and forget to eat. Then we would go back and code more. It was about something between friends, those were fun days (1996).

- For us, life consisted of working and perhaps going to the cinema to return to work a little more. Sometimes clients came and we were so tired that we fell asleep in front of them. Or I would lie on the floor in an internal meeting, I like to do that during brainstorming. And then I fell asleep (1995).

-We made contests to see who can stay at build three or four days in a row. Some sensible people told us: "Go home and take a shower" (1999).

- I was responsible for making things move. I was the guy who said, "Let's call the real world and try to sell it something" (1992).


Leave a comment if you would like me to write about an specific topic or character.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2020


Wealth and poverty

Just because we have been conditioned to think like poor does not mean that we cannot change and improve.

Wealth and poverty are variable and subjective.

A person who considers himself rich in one country may consider himself average (or even poor) in another.

You see it in cars, for example.

In Europe there are many more Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audis and exotics than in Latin America.

And in Latin America those cars are luxury, but there they are much more abundant.

It is not that there is no poverty in Europe, but they do live by other standards.

In fact, it is not the same to be poor anywhere in the world.

Yourself have surely seen it on television programs.

Poverty in the first world is not the same as poverty in the third world.

But we are not going to delve into that topic today.

Although we should definitely fight to eliminate poverty, today I am talking about something very simple.


As I told you above: Wealth and poverty are variable and subjective.

But ... there must be something that, regardless of the country, makes us poorer or richer.

Do you already have an idea of ​​where I'm going?

Think ...

What is the most valuable?

Money is valuable, that is too obvious.

But what else?

Resources are valuable. Wood, glass, silicon, steel, lithium, gold, platinum, etc ...

Water is valuable.

Oxygen is valuable ...

But there is only one thing that we have irrevocably strictly told.

Something that, no matter what we do, can never come back to us.

And sadly, it's something we're constantly missing.

I am talking about time.

The most valuable resource of all.

More than money, goods, oxygen, water, etc.

Not that they are worth little, but of those you can have more.

And health is also immeasurably valuable, but it is not a resource.

In addition, you have an influence on your health.

But not about time.


Time, whatever you do, is always getting out of hand.

It is truly shocking if you stop to think about it.

Above all, because we live ignoring this tremendous fact.

We continue to live under the old conditioning ...

We do not give time the importance it deserves.

We are too submerged in searching for belongings, social validation, immediate gratification ...

... objects and objects and more objects believing that they can make us happy.

But the wealth we were talking about in the beginning is no longer the same today.

Little by little. Very slowly we have begun to realize this.

And new wealth is no longer measured in money or possessions.

It is measured in the free time you have to do what you like the most.

After read this post, I hope you start to value the time you have, and start working to accomplish your dreams With No Excuses

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