home about us blogs contacts

35 lessons of 35 years

Published by vasiliy.kiryanov on August 18, 2010 under be smart  

Ryan Freitas shares some ideas


- Debates over terminology and semantics are for archivists and academics. If you’re interested in the living heart of what you do, focus on building things rather than talking about them.
- No one gives a damn about the size of your to-do list.
- How we handle ambiguity and failure have a lot to do with our potential for success.
- Your reputation is more important than your paycheck, and your integrity is worth more than your career.


- Recognize the time value of money, and start spending appropriately.
- Overtip everybody. Doormen, valets, bartenders – their job is in fact tougher than yours. They have to put up with people like you all day.
- Debt, no matter how creatively structured, is anathema to peace of mind.
- Leisure travel is expensive, but it is by no means an indulgence.

Read full list on: http://ryanfreitas.tumblr.com/post/968361763/35-lessons-in-35-years

Be Sociable, Share!

3 Responses to “35 lessons of 35 years”

  1. david michel says:

    people are stupid, and all these thing are just things that everybody understand in 7 years.

  2. John Adauler says:

    Simple and vital questions.

  3. pakhot says:

    i like this post, thanks for sharing.
    david michel: all people are not stupid.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

©Helion-Prime Solutions Ltd.
Custom Software Development Agile Company.