hen the question comes to Bill Gates, his answer is “hobby”. The key of a successful life hides in the thing which you are interested in. When you open the drawer which contains hobby, you will find that all of the other achievements are lying in the drawer as well.
To maneuver past the snapshot phase – where we check out our snapshot one time and “file it away” never to get seen again – to getting photos that get others to exclaim “WOW”… We unquestionably have to take the camera off autopilot and begin controlling the blasted thing.
True the camera on its plain programmed settings can do a plausible job in straightforward, basic conditions, but there is a whole new, creative world out there that we are missing!
The future belongs to a different kind of person with a different kind of mind: artists, inventors, storytellers-creative and holistic ‘right-brain’ thinkers whose abilities mark the fault line between who gets ahead and who doesn’t.
Last time I went on a bus
I think I started to enjoy the ride more than my seven year old son, who always got excited during the odd bus trip, especially if it was an open top bus and he would be ‘allowed upstairs’. Then my enjoyment started to fade as we had to actually stop to let some people get on. After using my own transport for so many years this was a nuisance.
They fumbled with their change and took ages to sort out a ticket. The time, the time, what are they doing? Off we went, when a kind driver eventually let us pull out. Ah yes the memories of busses was coming back to me.
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