Wednesday, August 12, 2009

When the going gets tough, the tough gets going.

Just forget the mind-numbing fear and see the adventure. Focus. You will survive no matter what.

The flipside of true hardship and fear is exciting fear. I just have to keep my eyes on that.

It's all in your hands anyway, even right from the very beginning.


happy said...

Fear makes all man fight better. Can't really remember the exact words but this is what Alexander the Great say in the movie Alexander.

roger said...

Did you watch In Pursuit of Happyness?

Spoiler alert:
Chris Gardner became a successful hedge fund manager and wrote an autobiography. The movie focuses on the part where Gardner goes homeless for a period of time.

So think about it - if you're mega successful next time, you can write in your biography about your stint being homeless and have it made into a movie.

Don't everything have a silver lining?

Kevin Chan said...

Yup, definitely. This all goes into my autobiography which is going to sell like hot cakes in the near future.

Now to work for that moneyyyyy!

Jeremy Chin said...

Ya, I totally agree with you. Life is too short and you should live it to the fullest. I remember a song by Baz Luhrman than told you to do at least one thing each day that scares you.