“May you live in interesting times” – Unknown
This old saying is as much a curse as it is a blessing. Sometimes, the most difficult times are the most beautiful and most rewarding. They challenge us, they test us and most often they bring out the best in us.
Well, I’m getting married tomorrow. I’ve had some crazy months, filled with a lot of work, graduating, buying a house, trying to fix it and now getting married. Wonderful, interesting, crazy, exhausting but mostly happy times.
I’ll be away for some time, in the meanwhile, I’m leaving you with an interesting book that I’ve recently read:
It’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be by Paul Arden is an excellent book with a lot of good advice on how to make it in any business.
Its main focus is advertising although it is useful in any industry; it’s perfect for small flights, as it packs a lot of insight in a nicely fit package.