The Rails-ninja Blog

Snippets and Algorithms of success.



Success and mastery

Success and mastery
Success - is a natural derivative of mastery. If you do not succeed, then you have not yet reached the desired level mastery. If you have reached mastery but no...
Show full article
  1. Success - is a natural derivative of mastery.
  2. If you do not succeed, then you have not yet reached the desired level mastery.
  3. If you have reached mastery but no success, then you have not realized what is success, which means (paragraph 2) that you are not yet a master.

Learn and Discover.

 

Show preview
Leave a comment

All paths are the same: they lead to nowhere. Does this path have a heart? If there is, then it's good.

All paths are the same: they lead to nowhere. Does this path have a heart? If there is, then it's good.
When you have chosen a profession wich you do not like after 3-4 years, you naturally strived to hasten it towards retirement. And, this is the reason why men suffer...
Show full article

When you have chosen a profession wich you do not like after 3-4 years, you naturally strived to hasten it towards retirement. And, this is the reason why men suffer from burn out while doing their jobs.

When you have chosen a profession for yourself, your favorite profession, which you can engage in "eternally", then you will behave as follows:

  1. You will always find time to study the details and intricacies of the profession. And for you, it will be a pleasure.
  2. You will have the interest. Having the Interest, which is the best stimulator of memory and thereby making everything easier to learn - will help you advance faster in your carrer. As your experience grows, tasks will be solved on the fly.

The paradox is this: the more you like what you do, the more time you're willing to spend on it, the less time you will be needed to master the skills. And therefore you spend less precious time, to succeed in life.

 

P.S. Thank you Kenny Wong for more accurate translation :)

Show preview
Leave a comment

What is not a love

What is not a love
When they say "I love you", it sounds like everything that a man could, he did. And thats it, done, there is nothing to do anymore. It's done - I love you. Yet,...
Show full article

When they say "I love you", it sounds like everything that a man could, he did.
And thats it, done, there is nothing to do anymore. It's done - I love you.

Yet, love is the process, you must "do" it. Sometimes the process is terminated (the quarrel for example), then the process is resumed. Otherwise, it looks "poor."

How it should look, perhaps a matter of taste, but with word "poor" I mean - you want to see (my personal preference) that feeling richer than you can just "do", or rather than something that has an end. As perfection for example, it is possible to construct it endlessly, and it will always only get better from it, i.e. , it should look like it is at the junction of "tangency" something. When it seems that you have touched, but the brain prompts that you're not able to actually touch it at the atomic level (as actually achieving perfection), in a word, the words "infinitely close to love" more consistent with the recognition in true love rather than "I love you".

Perfection is not achievable - it is good. Perfection / Apogee / end point / maximum of love is unreachable, it's probably also good. And every micron of movement will appear as a novelty in the relationship ... but that's another topic.

 

Show preview
Leave a comment