Just show up. And keep showing up.
To the interview, the family gathering, the party, the networking event, the reunion… even when you feel like you’ve messed up, that people are judging you, that they will laugh, that you’ll feel awkward. Because people will surprise you, and at the end of the day showing up and giving it your all is all that matters.
Steve Jobs said: Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything — all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked…
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Irony is when you spend your presidency making a mockery of internet security only to have your healthcare website get hacked into oblivion.
Obama is turning out to be quite a lemon of a potus. His healthcare law managed to avoid dozens of defunding schemes by the gop and even survived a supreme court challenge only to anticlimatically die for lack of tech support.
He cant raise the minimum wage. He barely got the 1 percenters to ante up their fair share, and even then it was at the cost of a secret/not so secret blank check to monsanto.
The global economy is still looking pale 4 years and two terms into black jesus’ attempt to ‘(short)change’ us.
Freedom of speech is either doing 70 years in the big house or is hiding out overseas in freakin russia. And this guy has cheried the cake by becoming synonymous with the ‘eve’ character from all those communication metaphors you used hear about.
I miss old barry. He was so much nicer than other barry. 😛
Government = a desperate attempt by out of control little men to control other men as a substitute for the self control they’ll never have.
Viva Jeremy Hammond!
Maybe the reason why we are not inundated by time travelers from the future is because our time period is so primitive and the events which we currently consider to be vitally important in human history are so insignificant to sufficiently advanced future humans that we are just not worth the tacheons.
People who insist we should explore the oceans first before resuming space exploration are like those asshole kids you used to know growing up, who would try to argue that there was cooler stuff in their basement when you told them that you were going to disneyland that summer.