What’s your why?..
I’ve had many sales jobs. At the beginning of any career they tell you to decide on a ‘why’. They tell you to do this because point blank they will also tell you, your job is going to fucking suck some days. A lot of days if you’re good at what you do.
How to build your investment portfolio..
Over the last few year’s I’ve become totally obsessed with investing. Having your money making you more money.. What a concept! As you’ll read, I mention I only wish I would have found it interesting years earlier.. How much farther I would be. No point cry over spilt milk though.
The reason it took me as long as it did to get into was because all of it seemed like hieroglyphics. To be honest, it is a little dull and confusing at first, but once you get a bit of a handle on the ideas, it’s fairly simple. It’s much simpler than the mutual fund ‘experts’ make it appear.
So I’m listening to a motivational video at the gym the other day, and a clip from ‘The Martian’ comes on. I remember it took me a while to actually see that film. I think I had some sort of ill feelings held towards Matt Damon from his part in ‘Interstellar’. Another amazing movie, by the way.
Anyway, I remember the night I did finally watch it. It was a weeknight and it kept me up way too late. I couldn’t help it. There was no way I wasn’t finishing the movie, that night.
The acting was pretty good and the film had a decent story line. But what I couldn’t get over was the perseverance of Matt Damon’s character, and his ability to take risks.
“As I came back to myself I realized I had been sitting there for over an hour. I was surprised, but I didn’t care. I had nowhere to be and no one to appease.”
Recently having visited Japan over my winter holidays by myself it really got me thinking about solo travel. It was my first real solo traveling trip. I could argue that moving to Korea was a solo expedition, but I did know a few people in the country previous to coming.
I’ve been comfortable going places by myself for most of my life. I don’t need an entourage to arrive to an event with, and I’m fine going out to dinner alone Visiting a country alone though, is a different story.