Matters and Anti-Matters · The Sales Blog

Some things that seem essential do not matter. Other things that you take for granted count.

No matter how many friends you have on Facebook, the number of followers on Twitter or the number of connections or subscribers on LinkedIn. It does not matter if you have friends who matter to you and who matters to you, it's also important that you have real contacts, people you know and who know you.

It does not matter what others think of you. Their opinions belong to them and say absolutely nothing about you. What matters is that you are a person of character and integrity, your character being more important than your reputation and your integrity is one of your most valuable assets.

It does not matter where you come from, or the circumstances of your birth matter a lot. Things that are out of your control are not important. What matters is where you are going and who you are or have become.

Your past mistakes do not matter. The Universe has laws structured so that the past moves away from you – and yourself – as time goes by. What matters is what you do today, what you do with this present moment (and the idea that we call "now" the present, can also have a meaning, a word that also indicates the reception a gift).

No matter where you went to school, your success, your major, what you did or did not do with your degree. What matters is that you educate yourself and do the work to be the best version of yourself, no matter what it means to you.

Regardless of how others measure success, many of these ideas are included in the small paragraphs above. What you consider a successful life matters to you and to you alone, free and free from any obligation to what other people might want from you. However, it is also important that you work to reach your full potential, which no human will likely achieve, and the most interesting pursuit of your time and energy.

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