These are great articles from various sources and writers which are worth a least a second read and thought. I keep them all here for future reference. This will be updated constantly, so bookmark it if necessary.
Lessons & Tips:
Fish don’t know they’re in water – Derek Sivers
We’re so surrounded by people who think like us, that it’s impossible to see that what we think are universal truths are just our local culture. We can’t see it until we get outside of it.”
Valuable to others, or only you? – Derek Sivers
When I’m hot, it’s hard for me to imagine that others in the room are cold. I think it really is hot, not that it’s hot only for me. It feels like fact, not opinion.”
Never Hurt to Ask – Darren Hardy
Ask, and Ye Shall Receive. Ye Have Not, Because Ye Ask Not
=> Before you ask: What have you tried?
Lesson No. 1: Learn to make something
Lesson No. 2: No, education is not the answer.
Lesson No. 3: Your parents and grandparents don’t understand your world. You should probably ignore them.
Lesson No. 4: Don’t worry about your network. Worry about your friends. [If you have successful friends, you will be successful.]
10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job – Steve Pavlina
10 Reasons You Should Never Have a Religion – Steve Pavlina
There’s No Such Thing as the Worthy Poor – Scott Dannemiller
Tim Ferriss Interview – Derek Sivers
Disconnecting Distractions – Paul Graham
The Imperfectionist – Sarah
Smarter Than Your Parents – Steve Pavlina
You Should Write Blogs – Steve Yegge
Why You Should Write Things Down – Henrik Edberg
3 Entrepreneurial Skills You Won’t Learn In Business School: How to code, sell & hire
Why are you in such a rush? Dan Shipper – slow is smooth and smooth is fast
Please make your article title as a link – it helps me & others to share it easier. Steve Pavlina and many others do this!
“Fuck You.” – Brad Frost
Next time you find yourself intentionally depriving someone an experience—to acquire knowledge, to complete a task, to do something online that can make their life even just a little better—picture yourself standing in front of that person in real life, looking them square in the eyes, then firmly and definitively saying “Fuck you.”
Are Your Goals Holding You Back? – Dan Shipper
The Power of Association – Robert Kiyosaki => I like the term “motivation killers” 😀
Don’t Do It For The Money – do it because you love it. Do it because….
Do You Know?
Why Ideas Pop Into Your Head When You’re Trying to Fall Asleep – No distractions
How to Need Less Sleep by Getting Better Sleep Every Night – Better Sleep is More Important than More Sleep
Job Titles in the Web Industry – CSS-trick.com
Go the F**k Home – an interesting post & speech!
If you can’t name two things you’re regularly doing outside of work, you’re spending too much time there.
Programming Is Like Dancing – Dan Shipper : The product isn’t eternal but the moment is. The feeling isn’t lasting but it’s worth chasing.
10 Tips for Moving From Programmer to Entrepreneur – Ian Landsman: Design!! vs Coding
Hackers vs. Coders – this not a real ‘hackers’ btw
They’ll be focused on solving user problems, rather than solving implementation problems. They spend more time hacking it and less time coding.
Learn to Code >> 4 non-coders
The Origins of the <Blink> Tag – Getta know this when doing my current homepage
Bai tieng Viet:
Thời vắng những nhà văn hoá lớn? – Trần Hữu Dũng
Tuổi 16, ta đã làm được gì? – Dongsongxanh
Không thích đọc tình yêu lm buồn, oán trách kiểu này lắm nhưng hay:
“đàn ông kiếm tiền là năng lực và tiêu tiền là văn hóa”
“Bởi vì nếu thật sự yêu, người con gái sẽ tự nguyện chờ đợi, vượt qua được những khoảng cách và không gian, mà không cần một lời hứa hẹn ràng buộc nào cả. Tôi tin thế.”