Feyman @japan — Motivation
- You are you. Don’t try to be Steve Jobs or Mark zuckerberg or Bill Gates, carve out your own path for uniqueness. Stop trying out to be you hero , strive to be yourself.
- Be greatest version of yourself
- Find what you are best and go all in on that
- Learn your weakness and try to control it or be aware of your mistakes
- Never lose your hunger to achieve something
- Be Antifragile — more it gets hurt more it gets strong
Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.
Feyman at Japan 🇯🇵
- Yukata — simple blue and white robe
- Japanese baths — lof of water heated from outside you aren’t supposed to get soap in bathwater and spoil it for next guy
- No furnitures at the hotel
- Soup comes in a bowl thats covered: you life it and see there is a beautiful picture: onion floating in soup
- The girl who brings food stays whith you while you eat, so you are not alone
- One plus 5 released in India @Amazon India exclusively starting at 32,999 INR
- Missed my badminton class
- Shawn mendes — There is nothing holding me back
- Google for jobs launched yesterday
Paradoxical things — at Quora
“If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?”
- The more you learn, the more you realise how little you know.
- The best things in life are free.
- The more choices we have, the more paralyzed we become.
- The best ideas come when you’re thinking about something else.
- We don’t appreciate what we have until it’s gone.
- The more you multitask, the less you get done.
- The more you try to control a situation, the less control you have.
- The faster you run from your problems, the quicker they catch up.
- WANTING TO BE NORMAL IS ABNORMAL.8. THE ONLY CERTAINTY IS UNCERTAINTY.
- People who can’t trust, can’t be trusted.
- The more you try to impress people, the less impressed they’ll be.
- The more you fail, the more likely you are to succeed.
- The more something scares you, the more you should probably do it.
“Is man merely a mistake of God's? Or God merely a mistake of man?”
― Friedrich Nietzsche