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Getting luster.

Take charge of your life.
If not now, when…??
Life is precious, don’t waste it.

“You’ve done it before and you can do it now.  See the positive possibilities.  Redirect the substantial energy of your frustration and turn it into positive, effective, unstoppable determination.” ~ Ralph Marston; professional football player.


I believe being effective in a world and society like ours is not that popular and common, and people rather live easy lives and be mediocre because that is what others do; however, look around you–people suffering, making over and over again wrong decisions and never learning, people leading their own lives blindly and looking for motivation in their environments instead of in their goals and in themselves, people following anger and stress in their everyday lives due to blaming governments, society and other people instead of themselves, etc. etc.  I believe learning to be effective and putting in practice excellence is what we need.

The world is yours, you are the world, so whatever you think of others and of what others do, if you complain and bother yourself with this, then it is time you look into yourself and fix things.

And to fix things in yourself, you must be effective in what you do, in what and how you organize yourself, you must focus on your own life, on your own growth.

Once you accomplish this and master yourself in efficiency, you will not wish to waste your time and energy complaining about others and becoming a victim of what happens around you.

Take charge of your life.
If not now, when…??
Life is precious, don’t waste it.

Following, some personal tips on being more effective and on mastering yourself and your situations:

Top habits of effective people

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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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