August 22, 2016

I've learned- That you cannot make someone love you, all you can do is be someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them that no matter how much I care, some people just don't care back. I've learned- That it takes years to build up trust, and only seconds to destroy it. That it's not what you have in your life but who you have in your life that counts. I've learned - That you can get by on charm for about fifteen minutes. After that, you better know something. That you shouldn't compare yourself to the best others can do. That you can do something in an instant that will give you heartache for life. I've learned- That it's taking me a long time to become the person that I want to be. That you should always leave loved ones with loving words. It may be the last time you see them. I've learned- That you can keep going long after you can't. That we are responsible for what we do, no matter how we feel. I've learned- That either you control your attitude or it controls you. That regardless of how hot and steamy a relationship is a first, the passion fades and there had better be something else to take its place. I've learned- That heroes are the people who do what has to be done when it needs to be done, regardless of the consequences. That money is a lousy way of keeping score. I've learned- That my best friend and I can do anything or nothing and have the best time. That sometimes the people you expect to kick you when you are down will be the ones to help you get back up. I've learned- That sometimes when I get angry I have the right to be angry, but it doesn't give me the right to be cruel. That true friendship continues to grow over the longest distance, and the same goes for true love. I've learned- That just because someone doesn't love you the way you want them to doesn't mean they don't love you with all they have. That maturity has more to do with what types of experiences you've had and what you've learned from them and less to do with how many birthdays you've celebrated. I've learned- That you should never tell a child their dreams are unlikely or outlandish. Few things are more humiliating, and what tragedy it would be if they believed it. That no matter how good your friend is, they're going to hurt you every once in a while, and you must forgive them for that. I've learned- That it isn't always good enough to be forgiven by others. Sometimes you must learn to forgive yourself. That no matter how bad a heart is broken; the world doesn't stop for your grief. I've learned- That our background and circumstances may have influenced who we are, but we are responsible for whom we become. That just because two people argue, it doesn't mean that they don't love each other, and just because they don't argue, it doesn't mean they do. I've learned- That we don't have to change friends, if we understand that friends change. That two people can look at the exact same thing and see something totally different. I've learned- That your life can be changed in a matter of hours by people who don't even know you. That even when you think you have no more to give, when a friend cries out to you, you will find the strength to help. I've learned- That credentials on the wall do not make you a decent human being. ¢¾that the people you care about the most in life are taken from you too soon ¢¾ I've learned- That it¡¯s hard to determine where to draw the line between being nice and not hurting someone¡¯s feelings or standing up for what you believe. That no matter what happens to me on earth or how much my faith falters, God's faith in me never dwindles or fails. I've learned- That life's lessons never end and wisdom can always be passed on full story......
I have always loved to live like a king.....But my boss said they are three fundamental issues to deal with that is Money, Power and fame full story......

March 20, 2012

Is it love, lust or marriage - which one better describes the relationship you're in ?

LOVE- When your eyes meet across a crowded room.
LUST- When your tongues meet across a crowded room.
MARRIAGE- When you lose your child in a crowded room.

LOVE- When intercourse is called "making love."
LUST- When intercourse is called "screwing."
MARRIAGE- What the hell you talking about.

LOVE- When you argue over how many children to have.
LUST- When you argue over who gets the wet spot.
MARRIAGE- When you argue over money.

LOVE- When you share everything you own.
LUST- When you steal everything they own.
MARRIAGE- When the bank owns everything.

Love- When it doesn't matter if you don't climax.
LUST- When the relationship is over if you don't climax.
MARRIAGE- What's climax ?

LOVE- When you phone each other just to say, Hi."
LUST- When you phone each other to pick a hotel room.
MARRIAGE- When you phone each other to b!&%$.

LOVE- When you write poems about your partner.
LUST- When all you write is your phone number.
MARRIAGE- When all you write is checks.

LOVE- When you show concern for your partner's feelings.
LUST- When you couldn't care less.
MARRIAGE- When your only concern is what's on TV.

LOVE- When your farewell is "I love you, darling..."
LUST- When your farewell is "So, same time next week..."
MARRIAGE- When your farewell is a relief.

LOVE- When you are proud to be seen in public with your partner.
LUST- When you only see each other naked.
MARRIAGE- When your wallet empties every time you see them.

LOVE- When nobody else matters.
LUST- When nobody else knows.
MARRIAGE- When everybody else matter and you don't care who knows.

LOVE- When all the songs on the radio describe exactly how yo feel.
LUST- When the song on the radio determines how you do it.
MARRIAGE- When you listen to talk radio.

LOVE- When breaking up is something you try not to think about.
LUST- When staying together is something you try not to think about.
MARRIAGE- When just getting through today is your only thought.

LOVE- When you're only interested in doing things with your partner.
LUST- When you're only interested in doing things TO your partner.
MARRIAGE- When you're only interested in your basketball / baseball score. full story......

March 4, 2012

6 Reasons Why You Should Be Your Own Boss

If you’ve decided that you’d like to be your own boss, it doesn’t have to remain a dream forever. In fact, with some proper planning on your part, you can become your own boss in no time.

If you want to be your own boss you need to start your own business. Being self-employed will more than likely seem overwhelming in the beginning, but in the end many people feel that the benefits far outweigh the costs. So start brainstorming some business opportunities!

Here are some reasons why you should be your own boss:

1. You’re in Charge of Your Income. This can be seen as a pro or a con at first, but eventually the sky will be the limit as you develop your business. In the beginning, seeking self-employment might not make you as much as you used to, and you also may have to worry about issues like individual insurance coverage. The huge advantage is the fact that you keep every dime that you make and your salary is not capped by your employer.

2. You Have Creative Control. You get to make all of your decisions, no one else is telling you what to do. This is huge because many people run into boredom issues at their jobs. If you can choose the business you want, you can also pick and choose the types of jobs you accept. You do what you want, when you want.

3. You’re Responsible for Your Success. If you’re self-employed you can truly make a difference when you start your own business. This is because the success of the business lies on your shoulders. When you work for a large corporation, it’s easy to mix in with the rest of the employees and feel like it doesn’t even matter whether or not you show up to work. While you’ll still have to work hard when you’re self-employed, you really matter because you are your business.

4. You Set Your Own Hours. Setting your own hours is a huge advantage. You know yourself best and you’ll be able to build a schedule that’s most efficient for you. If you want to work really hard one day, and take a half day the next day, that’s perfectly fine when you’re self-employed. You can work all night and sleep all day if that’s your personal preference!

5. You’ll Be Challenged. Most people will find that they not only reach a salary cap when they work for someone else, but they also reach a point where they’re no longer challenged. When you embark on this new journey for yourself, it’ll be a risk and it’ll be a challenge. Also, as you keep gaining experience and income, you’ll continue to be challenged as you reach higher and higher levels.

6. You Can’t Get Fired. This is a great reason in itself. In the self-employment world you can’t get fired! You can change your mind about certain business opportunities, but that would just be shifting the focus of your business, you’d never be firing yourself. This takes a certain amount of burden off your shoulders because you don’t need to worry about someone suddenly taking away your income just because of cutbacks even if you’re doing a superb job.

Remember that there’s always a certain amount of risk associated with making a major change in your life. It’s never easy when it involves income and the future of your family. However, if you want to be your own boss, you can certainly do so. It may end up opening many doors to better your financial future.
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February 7, 2012

Date a Woman Who Challenges You

You’ll recognize javascript:void(0)her easily. She’s the one with a sharp mind of her own and tendency to speak what’s on it. She’s the one who has brought a classic novel with her to read in the doctor’s office waiting room so she isn’t stuck with People magazine. Her clothes are sensible most of the time and her style isn’t always based on fads. You’ll find her at a retail store thanking the staff because she knows what a difficult and thankless job they likely have, or at the DMV with her paperwork already filled out because she hates waiting almost as much as she hates people that expect everything to be done for them.

Date her because she’s great to chat with. She’ll talk circles around you on the topics she’s knowledgeable about, she’ll ask good questions learning about the topics she isn’t. Pursue a relationship with her because her opinion will mean something to you. You’ll bitch about your job in the evening and you’ll have a plan of attack by morning. She’ll call you out when you’ve done something stupid. She’ll side against you if she thinks you are wrong. You’ll be taken aback, but she’ll force you to rethink, reevaluate and see things from another point of view.

Go out to dinner with a woman who can make a reasoned argument. Disagree with her and learn something. Enjoy sharing a meal with a woman who is as pleased to be proven right as to be proven wrong, because she has either taught or learned.

She’ll have her unreasonable moments, as do we all. She will probably even acknowledge she’s unreasonable, maybe even in the middle of being so. Whether she apologizes or not, you’ll know she’s better than that. You’ll find you have no need to hear “sorry” because you’ll appreciate everything you know of her more knowing the emotional turbulence she handles, daily.

Date a woman who challenges you and you’ll grow as a person. You’ll respect yourself more when you’re around her. You’ll be annoyed a surprising amount of the time, sure, but that will pale by comparison with the time you spend wondering what she sees in you (though you know she has reasons that are well thought out and unwavering).

Spend all the time you can with her so that when you grow apart you’ll know you spent your time wisely.

If that doesn’t happen, marry her if she’ll have you. Spend the rest of your life being simultaneously infuriated and awed by a woman who will hold you down and lift you up in the most important ways full story......