I want this shit forever man

Ask me anything   Success is about what your return

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    clarknokent:

    residentgoodgirl:

    little jaden looks so pleased with himself

    The joke was hilarious and at the same time profound

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    — 2 days ago with 285209 notes
    timelordblogging:

allofmylovetess:

dlubes:

clarknokent:

You know she regrets this lmao

watch the whole video. no way she does.

It’s your juicy jewel of flavor, Ring Pop!

WATCH THE FUCKING VIDEO

    timelordblogging:

    allofmylovetess:

    dlubes:

    clarknokent:

    You know she regrets this lmao

    watch the whole video. no way she does.

    It’s your juicy jewel of flavor, Ring Pop!

    WATCH THE FUCKING VIDEO

    (Source: shogunofyellow, via thefuuuucomics)

    — 4 days ago with 225086 notes

     

    Blue Ivy reacting to seeing herself on the screen during Beyonce’s VMA performance.

    i hope rita ora makes a public apology for having her ugly ass wig in the way

    (Source: beyoncse, via nickjonasstillhasdiabetes)

    — 2 weeks ago with 89486 notes
    1. You Have A Never Ending Passion
Successful entrepreneurs almost always have a visceral passion about what they are doing. In fact, it often consumes them to the point they are thinking about it all the time and working on it even when they sleep. Moreover, it’s almost never just about making money.

2. You Serve As a Fountain Of Ideas
The best entrepreneurs are those that continuously spawn great ideas. This is because relatively few ideas, even great ones, actually pan out to be great money makers.
Does anyone remember the Lisa computer? This was a complete flop by none other than the great Steve Jobs! While this genius’s hardware and software failures are rarely mentioned, there were many of them. The point is, your creations aren’t always going to be perfect but if you are able to weave a lot of ideas, some are bound to be a success.

3. You Aren’t Afraid To Work Hard — Really Hard
Having great ideas is not enough. It takes an enormous amount of work to turn a great idea into a profitable endeavor. Appropriately, Thomas Edison, one of the greatest entrepreneurs of all time, is famous for saying,

“Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.”


4. You Never Like To Give Up
Successful entrepreneurs tend to be people who easily recover from failure and just keep on persevering until they ultimately succeed! There are almost always significant snags and hurdles in any project. Most people get so discouraged by these, they end up discontinuing the project before they finish it.
Entrepreneurs are so motivated they find a way to solve these no matter how difficult.

5. You Have a Willingness and Ability To Learn From Everyone
Entrepreneurs tend to be people who are good active listeners. They are open to ideas from anyone regardless of their background or training. They don’t tend to be people who think you have to have a college degree or special training to figure something out. Some of the best ideas for equipment used in water have come from fishermen, not engineers.

6. You Are Often a Calculated Risk Taker
Entrepreneurs understand that no idea is a “sure thing” and taking a calculated risk, whether that be an investment of money or time, or both, is almost always necessary to carry forward great ideas. When Jeff Bezos quit his cushy high paying job on Wall Street and made his famous 3000 mile car trip from New York to Seattle to found Amazon, he took a calculated risk… and we all know how well that one turned out!

7. You Are Able To See the Big Picture
Henry Ford represents this trait well. While the car and the assembly line had already been invented, Henry Ford was able to see the big picture and knew that the real profit would come from using an assembly to mass produce cars so they would be affordable to a much wider demographic. In other words, under his guidance, the car went from a tiny niche market to one of great mass appeal.

8. You Can Keep Up With The Times
Entrepreneurs are always on the look out for the next big trend so they can meet the needs of that growing market.
While Apple did not develop the first mp3 player, it was the first company to fully realize the marketability of it and understand the features users would most want.

9. You Are Intelligent
While you don’t need an IQ to match Albert Einstein, the most successful entrepreneurs tend to be people with well above average intelligence. This doesn’t mean you can’t be “ordinary” in other ways and it doesn’t mean you need a college degree. In fact, some of the most successful entrepreneurs are college dropouts, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates to name just two.

10. You Are Not Afraid To Ask For Help
Most entrepreneurs know when to ask for help. They can self-identify their strengths and weaknesses and know how to surround themselves with people who will complement their strengths and compensate for their weaknesses. This also often extends into their personal life since it often takes a very supportive significant other and/or family and friends to succeed.

11. You Have The Ability To Finish Things
Many people have great ideas and start developing them but never seem to finish them. Entrepreneurs have an exceptionally high will, drive, and ability to get things done.

12. You Have An Infectious Excitement
In order for an idea to turn in a profitable venture, other people must buy into it. This potentially includes investors, partners, and employees. It always includes buyers. Therefore, the best entrepreneurs seem to know how to let their infectious excitement for the project rub off on other people.

While having the 12 traits described above are not absolutely mandatory to successful entrepreneurship, they are traits shared by many of the most famous and most successful entrepreneurs of all time.
 

    1. You Have A Never Ending Passion

    Successful entrepreneurs almost always have a visceral passion about what they are doing. In fact, it often consumes them to the point they are thinking about it all the time and working on it even when they sleep. Moreover, it’s almost never just about making money.

    2. You Serve As a Fountain Of Ideas

    The best entrepreneurs are those that continuously spawn great ideas. This is because relatively few ideas, even great ones, actually pan out to be great money makers.

    Does anyone remember the Lisa computer? This was a complete flop by none other than the great Steve Jobs! While this genius’s hardware and software failures are rarely mentioned, there were many of them. The point is, your creations aren’t always going to be perfect but if you are able to weave a lot of ideas, some are bound to be a success.

    3. You Aren’t Afraid To Work Hard — Really Hard

    Having great ideas is not enough. It takes an enormous amount of work to turn a great idea into a profitable endeavor. Appropriately, Thomas Edison, one of the greatest entrepreneurs of all time, is famous for saying,

    “Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.”

    4. You Never Like To Give Up

    Successful entrepreneurs tend to be people who easily recover from failure and just keep on persevering until they ultimately succeed! There are almost always significant snags and hurdles in any project. Most people get so discouraged by these, they end up discontinuing the project before they finish it.

    Entrepreneurs are so motivated they find a way to solve these no matter how difficult.

    5. You Have a Willingness and Ability To Learn From Everyone

    Entrepreneurs tend to be people who are good active listeners. They are open to ideas from anyone regardless of their background or training. They don’t tend to be people who think you have to have a college degree or special training to figure something out. Some of the best ideas for equipment used in water have come from fishermen, not engineers.

    6. You Are Often a Calculated Risk Taker

    Entrepreneurs understand that no idea is a “sure thing” and taking a calculated risk, whether that be an investment of money or time, or both, is almost always necessary to carry forward great ideas. When Jeff Bezos quit his cushy high paying job on Wall Street and made his famous 3000 mile car trip from New York to Seattle to found Amazon, he took a calculated risk… and we all know how well that one turned out!

    7. You Are Able To See the Big Picture

    Henry Ford represents this trait well. While the car and the assembly line had already been invented, Henry Ford was able to see the big picture and knew that the real profit would come from using an assembly to mass produce cars so they would be affordable to a much wider demographic. In other words, under his guidance, the car went from a tiny niche market to one of great mass appeal.

    8. You Can Keep Up With The Times

    Entrepreneurs are always on the look out for the next big trend so they can meet the needs of that growing market.

    While Apple did not develop the first mp3 player, it was the first company to fully realize the marketability of it and understand the features users would most want.

    9. You Are Intelligent

    While you don’t need an IQ to match Albert Einsteinthe most successful entrepreneurs tend to be people with well above average intelligence. This doesn’t mean you can’t be “ordinary” in other ways and it doesn’t mean you need a college degree. In fact, some of the most successful entrepreneurs are college dropouts, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates to name just two.

    10. You Are Not Afraid To Ask For Help

    Most entrepreneurs know when to ask for help. They can self-identify their strengths and weaknesses and know how to surround themselves with people who will complement their strengths and compensate for their weaknesses. This also often extends into their personal life since it often takes a very supportive significant other and/or family and friends to succeed.

    11. You Have The Ability To Finish Things

    Many people have great ideas and start developing them but never seem to finish them. Entrepreneurs have an exceptionally high will, drive, and ability to get things done.

    12. You Have An Infectious Excitement

    In order for an idea to turn in a profitable venture, other people must buy into it. This potentially includes investors, partners, and employees. It always includes buyers. Therefore, the best entrepreneurs seem to know how to let their infectious excitement for the project rub off on other people.

    While having the 12 traits described above are not absolutely mandatory to successful entrepreneurship, they are traits shared by many of the most famous and most successful entrepreneurs of all time.

     

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    53 Things that taught me in 2013 by ROBIN SHARMA
    • Success has less to do with hard work and more to do with massive focus on your few best opportunities.

    • Why resist change when it’s the main source of your growth?

    • The more you invest in growing and developing your mindset and way of seeing the world, the more everything you touch transforms in a breathtakingly positive way.

    • Pursuing perfection really does matter (in a world highly accepting of mediocrity).

    • Spending full days with zero technology to refuel or do important work is a game-changer.

    • Doing something super-nice for at least one stranger a day gives them a gift and an even larger one to yourself.

    • Adore your parents. You’ll miss them when they’re gone.

    • The smartest thing you can do to grow a great company is to first sweat getting A-players only onto your team and then sweat training and developing them so they play their A-game.

    • Most tv is toxic.

    • Have the discipline to clean out all the energy-draining people in your life. You really do rise or fall to the level of your associations.

    • Doing huge dreams we have never done can be frightening. Yet when we push to the edges of our limits, our limits expand.

    • If you don’t make the time for yourself to get inspired, no one around you will ever be inspired.

    • Your diet affects your moods. Eat like a superstar.

    • Talk less. Do more.

    • Integrity is more valuable than income.

    • Model Mandela and you’ll find at the end of your life you lived an awesome one.

    • Learn to love yourself. It’s the great rule for being loving with other people.

    • When your dominant business focus is to deliver outrageous amounts of value to your customers every time they do business with you, they become fanatical followers who tell the world about what you do.

    • Money invested in personal development and professional growth generally has a 30X plus return on investment (I went to more high-level seminars and programs than ever before and the ROI made them all free).

    • Real leaders have the guts to have the hard conversations.

    • Your environment (your home, your office, the magazines you read etc.) dramatically affects your levels of achievement.

    • The quality of your practice affects the caliber of your performance.

    • Reviewing your Big 5 annual goals every morning and working on your plan every day is an exceptionally powerful way to breed unbeatable focus and drive.

      [I have created a complete system that walks you through the finest strategies and tactics for setting your annual goals, achieving them with striking power and transforming the most important areas of your life…

      …the program has proven its power with thousands of people and is called Your Absolute Best Year Yet…and I only offer limited memberships once a year…details to jump in when doors open are at the bottom and I highly recommend you do if you’re serious about making 2014 amazing for yourself]…

    • Measure your success via your influence and impact versus only by your income and net worth.

    • To become successful, first learn how to be happy. Too many think that the route to happiness is to get successful. Untrue.

    • Getting ultra-fit lifts every other area of your life.

    • Self-belief is so incredibly important. Because if you don’t believe you can achieve a vision/goal, then you won’t even start to do the work needed to achieve that vision/goal.

    • Our biggest enemy is our own self-doubt. We really can achieve extraordinary things in our lives. But we sabotage our greatness because of our fear.

    • Drink more water.

    • Watch the documentary “Searching for Sugarman”.

    • Join a mastermind group. It’s just remarkable what being in a room full of people who are smarter than yourself does for your performance.

    • Related to the above, remember what Dennis Kimbro once said: “If you’re the smartest one of your friends, you need new friends.”

    • Dopamine is the elite performers best friend. [I really dug deep into the neurobiology of high-achievement in this past year and discovered that this neurotransmitter is the key to motivation…and it is released when we push our envelopes and do things that are difficult].

    • You rarely go wrong when you trust yourself.

    • Writing learning down works so much better than typing things down on a computer.

    • If you try to do it all yourself you get very little done. The most productive people set the dream and then hand it over swiftly to a project manager to execute with precision.

    • Become one of the rare people who don’t know how to quit (unless it really is time to quit).

    • Smile. It truly makes a difference to the people around you.

    • Just because excellent manners are not so common doesn’t mean that excellent manners are not incredibly important.

    • Always remember that there’s food on your table thanks to the customers you are privileged to serve.

    • It’s so much better to fail trying than to not even get into the game.

    • Music just makes life a whole lot better.

    • You can change the world or you can worry about fitting in but you just can’t do both.

    • Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and beautiful at the end.

    • The real key to getting great things done is stop doing so many good things.

    • Small little details done excellently and consistently stack up into something the world sees as Mastery.

    • Spend time in nature to renew and refuel.

    • Less entertainment, more education.

    • Gratitude is the antidote to misery.

    • We become happier not by accumulating more things but by creating richer experiences.

    • Your self-identity is what really determines your income, influence, impact and lifestyle. Retrain that and your bigness comes out to play.

    • The more you serve, the more joyful you’ll become.

    • Life’s short. Have fun.

     

    — 9 months ago

    Beyoncé: Then & Now

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