Saw this video about Elon Musk (on 60 MINUTES) and the drive and passion he has had in order to move through the countless naysayers, negativity, and lack of belief in his vision is inspiring. How he has proven them wrong and continues to be innovative and inspired. This video hits home and rings true for me for several reasons. (1) Don’t give up on your dream - EVER! As Musk says at the end of this video, “I’d have to be either dead or totally incapacitated.” (2) I have quit drinking for several reasons, primarily for my health and my career. These are the two reasons/goals I have dear to my heart. It hasn’t happened yet, but I’m sure there will be a time when I’m truly tempted to break this creatively & health-driven sobriety; however, I need to remember why I quit. I will not be under the influence of that temptation and will be the author of my own life and destiny. I will always remind myself that there is something greater in me to accomplish than sitting at a bar. #autoimmunedisease#buildthenew#buildafuture#change#changes#changeisgood#changeyourlife#dryjanuary#drylife#femaleempowerment#goodlife#hope#happy#health#healthy#sober#strength#selflove#sobriety#selfcare#thisisbetter#elonmusk
A fairly large number of conglomerates in the U.S. are yet to release their earnings reports. So far, companies in the likes of Tesla, Apple, and Morgan Stanley fell short of Wall Street expectations.
This week, State Street, one of the largest investment firms in the U.S., officially announced its decision to let go some 1,500 employees to cut $350 million in expenses. The unforeseen cut of jobs by the firm demonstrated the struggles of investment firms following a highly volatile quarter in 2018.
Society's advice VS CEO'S advice. Which one would you choose? 👇
I would choose the CEO's advice because regular schools don't attract me and the current school system is way too overrated right now. 💥