We can’t always see where the road leads, but God promises there’s something better up ahead we just have to trust Him.


If your only goal is to make money, it’s not going to happen. Money can’t be an object. Money is a by-product of your service to others. It sounds strange to most people but it is absolutely the only way. Focus on serving others. More you serve, more you succeed.

I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make other people happy because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anybody else to feel that. because we all know once those feelings arise in us, the only cure is giving ourselves self love

There are a lot of people out there who have great ideas but nothing in this world is cheaper than a good idea without any action behind it. It’s great you have an idea. Now do it. Try it. Fix it. Nothing can stop you when you are an action oriented doer. Small steps. Start now.

Justice is not a concept that we read in a book- Alexandra Ocasio Cortez

Justice is not a concept that we read in a book.

Justice is about the water we drink.
Justice is about the air we breathe.
Justice is about how easy it is to vote.
Justice is about how much ladies get paid.

Personal data needs to be regarded as a human right. The ability for people to own and control their data should be considered a central human value. The data itself should be treated like property and people should be fairly compensated for it.—iamwill

Facts of Life


• Overnight success takes years
• Giving gets you there faster
• A bit of luck never hurts
• Success is no accident
• Collaboration is paramount
• It’s about the journey
• If you’re not 😀 you’re not

15 Things Money Can’t Buy

Money can’t buy:

1 a happy home
2 lost memories
3 a long and healthy life
4 integrity
5 revered character
6 strong work ethics
7 good manners
8 common sense
9 well adjusted children
10 wisdom
11 talent
12 passion to serve
13 humility
14 tolerance
15 cure for imposter syndrome

Top 5 regrets of dying

Top 5 regrets of the dying:

1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself

2. I wish I hadn’t work so hard

3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings

4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends

5. I wish that I had let myself be happier

Work Principle #10

In the long run, it saves time by increasing efficiency, but it’s important that you do it well. You will need to prioritize what you are going to get in sync about and who you are going to get in sync with because of time constraints. https://t.co/FlZC5c6PId

Work Principle #9.

It’s harder to run an idea meritocracy in which disagreements are encouraged than a top-down autocracy in which they’re suppressed. But when believable parties to disagreements are willing to learn from eachother, their evolution is faster and their decision making is far better.

Work Principle #7

Many complaints either fail to take into account the full picture or reflect a closed-minded point of view. They are what I call “chirping,” and are generally best ignored. But constructive complaints may lead to important discoveries.

Work Principle #5.

Being effective at thoughtful disagreement requires one to be open-minded (seeing things through the other’s eyes) and assertive (communicating clearly how things look through your eyes) and to flexibly process this information to create learning and adaptation.

Work Principle #2.

In any conversation, there is a responsibility to express and a responsibility to listen. Misinterpretations and misunderstandings are always going to happen.

There is a book titled ‘So What’s Your Point’ about effective communication that states, “Be 100% responsible for what you say, and be 100% responsible for what is said to you.”

Work Principle #1

If you don’t mind being wrong on the way to being right you’ll learn a lot—and increase your effectiveness. But if you can’t tolerate being wrong, you won’t grow, you’ll make yourself and everyone around you miserable and your work environment will be marked by petty back-biting and malevolent barbs rather than by a healthy, honest search for truth.


The importance of a job should not be solely dependent on its economic value, but also be measured by what it adds to society.

We should reassess our notion that longer work hours are the best way to achieve success and remove the stigma associated with service pros. —@kaifulee