What I learned in five years of blogging

In a few words the recipe for success

Cristian Mihai

Five years. Five years of daily blogging. Five years since I decided to never give up, no matter what. To keep writing, to keep blogging, to just keep at it for as long as it took.

And what a ride it has been. Around the world, indeed. 200 or so countries. Lots and lots of people, lots and lots of stories…

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Which are the countries that have been so peaceful throughout history that they have never conquered/invaded or inslaved another nation??? Help me to count them please.

  1. Romania
  2. …………………
  3. …………………
  4. …………………
  5. ………………..
  6. ………………..

This question exists not because I was not good enough at Universal History but because the history we were taught was having many time gaps and some continents where never covered(and I am taliking about Asia, Africa and Latin America especially).

You are a boss then you should consider this – think twice – MODERN HUMAN SLAVERY SHOULD STOP NOW

One managerial option is coercion. If you’re the boss, you could force people to spend their Saturday and Sunday on this mind-numbing project. They might comply, but the damage to their morale and long-term commitment could be substantial. Another option is to ask for volunteers. But face it: Most people can think of far better ways to spend a weekend.  – from Daniel H. Pink book – Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.

 

CHANGE THE WORLD – START WITH YOURSELF

Start With Yourself

The following words were written on the tomb of an Anglican Bishop in the Crypts of Westminster Abbey:

When I was young and free and my imagination had no limits, I dreamed of changing the world. As I grew older and wiser, I discovered the world would not change, so I shortened my sights somewhat and decided to change only my country.
But it, too, seemed immovable.
As I grew into my twilight years, in one last desperate attempt, I settled for changing only my family, those closest to me, but alas, they would have none of it.
And now as I lie on my deathbed, I suddenly realize: If I had only changed my self first, then by example I would have changed my family.
From their inspiration and encouragement, I would then have been able to better my country and, who knows, I may have even changed the world.
Anonymous    – Chicken Soup for the Soul: 101 Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit