Mayweather is now at 1.2 after having been around 1.17 ever since the fight became official. The odds got higher recently after a few heated updates .
Just as with Trump last year, the media loves to make a fuss about some non-sense 3rd party statements (ie: other fighters opinions on the match, rumours from the camp etc) in order to get more views.
Look / If you had / One shot / Or one opportunity / To seize everything you ever wanted / In one moment / Would you capture it / Or just let it slip?
Eminem was wrong. You don’t get only one shot. You get at a least a few. In fact, if you just put yourself out there, you can get as many shots as you want.
Are you complaining about the money?
Maybe you’d like to hear about the homeless people I met last night.
Am I writing for the praise I get or because I want to express some of my inner feelings?
During the last couple of months I have been catching up with a lot of old acquaintances I haven’t spoken to since I left my home city in 2013.
Some are still in the same place with the same circle of friends, same job, same hobbies, same interests.
Others pursued their dreams, went abroad, worked / studied hard, met new people or simply tried to get more out of life than already had.
I installed an app called Productive 3 months ago. You select some activities and how often you want to do them and the app will remind you of them. I’m using it for 3 habits: reading, writing and doing push-ups.
Short summary: I started well in January, slipped because of the confusion in February and got back on track in March.
I did 100+ push-ups for 15 times during the last 31 days. How many times I didn’t feel like doing it? Probably 15. But I just did them so I could mark the task as completed.
Mark Zuckerberg on the day of Facebook’s IPO: “I just want to say a few things, and then we’ll ring this bell and then we’ll get back to work.”
I saw a kid trying to convince a lady to buy him something at a fast food. He managed to do it, got a nice sandwich, put in the bag and went outside. Less than a minute later he was asking people at the tram station for money. Then he went across the street and stopped each person passing by. The kid was in full mode hustling.
It all started with one thought: “let’s see how the market for sales jobs in corporations looks like”.
It ended up with a breakdown which had at its core the question “what the hell do I want to do with my life?”.
“The saddest thing in life is wasted talent.”
My best friend from childhood ended up in a 9-5 job barely making ends meet. His sister didn’t even finish college. One of guys we all feared but loved to play soccer with ended up paying more visits to the police section than school. Another one is now a drug addict.
I’ve seen people wasting their talent my whole life. Every year I get new examples.
What I’m afraid most of is that one year that example will be me.
It has been 3 months since I started my career in Sales.
Roughly speaking, I spend 40% of my time on warm leads (inbound), 40% on cold leads (cold calling / emailing) and 20% on key account management & other projects.
I bet you know which of these 3 main tasks made me go through mood swings the most. There were some interesting things I learned during my first 100 cold calls though. Let me quickly tell you about the journey: