Why do we do the things that we do, huh?
Browsing through Youtube and found a little gem here, and that’s some sort of an understatement.
This is something that I really feel is damn worth looking at, especially for people in management, people going into management or people falling out of management.
This is it — the video that you wished you’d seen 10 years ago, which would’ve changed the You today.
Or you could still change yourself 10 years later, or maybe earlier.
Let’s be honest, anyone who’s materialistic will never find enough content to satisfy their desires, but looking at it from the other angle, anyone who’s simplistic will probably never work hard enough to prosper, where in other words it’s called being lazy.
It all really boils down to a few things or factors right?
As suggested by the video and me adding a few factors of mine, it really is about mastery, recognition and contribution.
Mastery – what do you really want to be good at?
Recognition – finding the right people who appreciate what you do, and excelling at it.
Contribution – giving back to the ones who needs a helping hand, more or less akin to paying it forward.
I’m no scientist, sociologist or economist and that’s why I’m pretty sure that there could be a few more factors to be added into this list.
Anyway, did you enjoyed the video with its delightful hand-sketched comics?
I wished I was brilliant enough to draw spontaneously and comically like that, but I know better than to embarass myself with my doodles.
Or would you like to see ’em doodles of mine and start laughing your ass away?
Nah, I’d thought so, and meanwhile, hoped you’d just gained a little piece of newfound knowledge from watching this video here.