Posts Tagged ‘social’

Aug 21, 2014

How To Change The World

How To Change the World

By Chongchen Saelee

The first step to changing the world, or more relatively speaking, your world, is to conquer your fears. As long as you are constantly afraid of anything, you will never be able to progress.

Most people are cowards. They are afraid of everything. They’re lives are nothing but uncertainty. They are desperate. And desperate people take desperate measures. They’re actions are usually very extreme. And when you go back an analyze what triggered their extreme response, it’s usually due to something very mundane or trifling.

So if you don’t want to be desperate anymore, you’re going to have to realize you are desperate to begin with. You are desperate because you are afraid of getting better. If you’re working at a dead end job, plan to find a new one. But don’t quit it hastily. See, that would be extreme. If you have shitty friends, find news ones. But don’t make a scene. Don’t cuss them out. Again, that would be extreme.

And this is still very relative to yourself. If you want to change an entire community, or the world if you dare, then it does start with yourself. Change yourself. Find where you belong in the world. You can’t really change the world to fit you because that’s not realistic. You need others who are loyal to you to do that. And that’s not an easy task to win over minions. So if you are a force of nature, then maybe you might win them over. And that’s how it starts.

You change yourself. That attracts minions. And your minions will help you change the world to fit your vision. In turn, your minions want to live in your world. Otherwise, they have no incentive to help you mold the world.

I’m not saying that they have to be your friends. They just need to click with what you’re trying to accomplish. And that’s all it takes really. And idea can change the world.

Nov 11, 2010

modelZILLA social network site for models and artists

modelZILLA

Sigh. It’s so hard to start up a project from nothing. It’s one thing to make a personal website which caters mainly to stroke one’s own ego, it’s another to create a product to draw others in. And the hope is that the product is good enough that strangers become customers and keep coming back. If the small niche that I’ve discovered on the Internet is thriving enough, I hope I can tap into it to make some revenue. (more…)