Don’t Let Life Randomly Kick You

Don't let life randomly kick you

While orbiting earth in the International Space Station, Chris Hadfield did an AMA on Reddit.

Below was such a powerful message that I thought it needed to be shared.

“Decide in your heart of hearts what really excites and challenges you, and start moving your life in that direction. Every decision you make, from what you eat to what you do with your time tonight, turns you into who you are tomorrow, and the day after that. Look at who you want to be, and start sculpting yourself into that person. You may not get exactly where you thought you’d be, but you will be doing things that suit you in a profession you believe in. Don’t let life randomly kick you into the adult you don’t want to become.”


Billions in Change

Manoj Bhargava is an Indian-American businessman and philanthropist. He is the founder and CEO of the company known for producing the 5-hour Energy drink, and he is worth an estimated $4 billion. He is giving away 90% of his wealth to save the world developing products to help make people’s lives better.

“I only had training in common sense”

In this video you’ll learn more about his movement to build a better future through the creation of solutions in water, energy, and health.

Failure is Not Permanent

You’ve no doubt heard about the website Alibaba, started by Jack Ma. His company attracts 100 million shoppers a day and his current net worth is around $20 billion dollars.

“I failed 3 times in college. I applied 30 times to get a job but I have always been rejected. When KFC came to China for the first time, we were 24 to apply and I was the only one to be dismissed. I wanted to go into the police and 5 postulants, I was the only one not to be accepted. I applied 10 times to return to Harvard University USA and I was rejected.” Jack Ma, Alibaba Creator & 22nd World fortune according to Forbes in 2015.

“Never give up because you failed once, know that failure is sometimes out of the way to reach your intended route”

Here is a good interview with Jack at Davos World Economic Forum Interview by Charlie Rose. Go to 8:30 for the above talk about his failures.