An event that changed your view of yourself
I was now driven, focused, and knew how to get things done. I was considering not going to college so that I could become a professional gamer. No shading the truth. I drove people from all across the U.
Significant events that changed my life
One day, I got an email from a writer I followed on social media about getting over the fear to follow your passion. You didn't move offices. The practice of meditation — and the accompanying wisdom within the Zen tradition in particular— literally turned my life on its head. Conflict and disagreement happen at the intersection between expectation and discontent and, if we can see beyond that, we could all be a lot happier and more at peace. When I fractured my spine, I knew I would never play hockey again. To me, hockey was everything--I loved that sport more than anything else in the world, and I was determined to play in the NHL. Meditation was really where my life changed, though. Burning the candle at both ends will scorch your fingers.
Selling insurance — Hard work, intense focus, and a burning desire For several years after I turned 20, I sold insurance and basic securities. I was making decisions based partly on what society and my own fear of failure dictated.
Read More. Watching children using plastic bottles on their feet as shoes was an image that stuck with me.
Instead, create more quiet time to think.
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