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Get Out and Stay Out of Your Comfort Zone

Successful people are always intriguing…simply because they’ve achieved such astronomical success that people turn around just because their names are mentioned. Stashed cash aside, we’re all interested to find out why and how they did what they did, when they did it and most importantly….was there, dear Lord, a magical formula that we can absolutely use so that we can cut through the most decidedly tough and windy road to the top.
That’s how, wouldn’t you agree with me, biographies, autobiographies and how-to books sell so well! Loads of people just make special trips to the book shop just to grab the latest book published by successful people so that we can bounce on their ball because their balls work…and ours don’t.
Come to think of it, what do you think these successful people will say when you ask them, “What’s your secret?”
The answer is always the same, “There’s really no secret. I want to thank my mother, my father, my kids, my wonderful staff and Bernie, my pet dog who gave me inspirational sniffs when I was utterly down and out and thought the world had stopped spinning. I want to also give extended thanks to the readers and people who bought my products because it made be insanely and obscenely rich”.
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Jamie said…
HAHAHAHAHA...Bernie the Dog? I hope the real Bernie doesn't see this post...waaahahahahaha

Some people think they are cleverer, some put it down to genes, some might say they are luckier...etc

BUT

I always tell my bosses that its not that you guys are cleverer or more hardworking than us...you guys a juuuuuuuuuust a tad luckier...moreover, the rich & famous cunt be so blardie rich & famous without sohais like us....right?

Personally, Bios are worth shit!! Its just an avenue for someone to show how hard they've struggled, blah blah blah to get where they are now.....*shows finger*

Bottomline is this....without us sohais, you guys are worth shit!!!!
Marsha Maung said…
Oooh....I couldn't agree with the bottom line thing...without SH's smartasses can't be smartasses, that's true....
Marsha Maung said…
I meant, I couldn't agree with the bottomline thing MORE! missed out pulak, then altogether different meaning liao

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