Side Notes


if you have rules that never been broken. will you do it best? You wont be able to make it perfect and perhaps you could not do it right.

it is simple i think,
in your subconscious mind, deep inside your brain neutrons, this principle stick like a glue with all the emotions, nerves, thoughts. all these things will not work well, they change it’s own behavior and out of what they suppose to do easily.

and when you add a statement by your self and to your self, saying – “I can’t do it“, then nerves starts to shivering, it send signal through your dna and the action(outcome) become awkward & to its best, it could only perform and reaching half potential of it.

i believe, to make all our new action perform at its best, we need all to be prepared, synced and relax.

principles (something we hold on), thoughts (something new to embrace, it either to give riches new experiences or not at all), and last one is feeling (bringing it to nerves to give sensation to our brain)

there will be always a new experience in your life that you should embrace it as a part of life-time learning process in our life.

Whether is your first presentation, your first drama, your first kissing, your first responsibility as a new leader and list is on and on.

You want it to be done right from the first time you do, this is our human nature which it will add more complex process to your brain to connect all of these in one seamless communication.

as i think about it, I would say – you will do it right when you can accept it and do it perfectly is an expectation only. just enjoy it.

“When you think you can’t, you can’t” – its simple, so think you can, and you will.

Side Notes

Benjamin Franklin’ 13 Virtues

Around 1730, in his late 20s, Benjamin franklin listed thirteen virtues that he felt important guides for living. Along with each virtue Franklin included a principle to follow that – in his opinion- would define a person behaviour and social character traits.

01. Temperance
Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.

02. Order
Let all your things have their place; Let each part of your business have it’s time.

03. Resolution
Resolve to perform what you ought; Perform without fail what you resolve.

04. Frugality
Make no expense but to do good to others or your self; i.e. Waste nothing.

05. Moderation
Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you think they deserve.

06. Industry
Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off all unnecessary actions.

07. Cleanliness
Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, clothes, or habitation.

08. Tranquility
Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or unavoidable.

09. Silence
Speak not but what may benefit others or your self; Avoid trifling conversation.

10. Sincerity
Use no hurtful deceit; Think innocently and justly, and, if you speak, speak accordingly.

11. Justice
Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that are your duty.

12. Chastity
Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another’s peace or reputation.

13. Humanity
Imitate Jesus and Socrates.

It’s not easy to follow, but giving a try is worth. Have fun and let it naturally plagued into your life and become a habit that you cant imagine the result will be, it will change the way we appreciate our life and influence directly to people around us.


Today Quote

Everyone may not be good, but there’s always something good about everyone.
Do not judge anyone shortly because every saint has a past and every sinner has a future

By Oscar Wilde