Anybody that invested so many years and money into getting a piece of paper proving they’ve got an MBA must then work like crazy all their lives to get their investment back and hope to have a life, the question remains will they ever get a true MBA?
MBA here stands for Massive Bank Account. I doubt it since an employee is the worse economic position is society especially for taxes.
I show people how to get a real MBA in less than 4 years and then take 6 months vacations twice a years working from anywhere, or not working at all.
Why People Outsource Their Thinking to “The Experts”?
Let’s first define what critical thinking is. I’d say it’s the process of questioning the validity of the assumptions and the accuracy of the data for everything. A critical thinker never assumes or takes anything for granted.
In consciousness-raising programs in general, a universal dictum is that one is powerless until one tells the truth. All spiritually oriented self-help groups require this first step.
What is the difference between power and force? When you force yourself to do something it’s easy to stop because you go against a force like a bad habit. When you are attracted to something, it’s easy because the power of attraction pulls you.
I feel and I can see an army of free thinkers, of people who want a better life for themselves, for their family and for the people, who know that things will never be the same and will take on the challenge to leverage their vital energy and the tools of the digital world we are all in now.
There is no escape, our fathers and grand fathers fought an enemy that is still around today. This enemy is fear within ourselves. Why are you here? Why are you doing what you know is wrong? You’ve been sold a bad plan. Or did you buy it? Why not take a stand and join the army of life designers that dream, think and build the new and much much better world where everybody has a life, not a job for a company that robs all of your time?
The decision is yours.
DM me to find out how we will build this world with simple daily habits.
Indeed, in the words of biographer Michael Korda, “A man who has successfully commanded millions of men in battle, who has made the most difficult and far-reaching military decision of all time, and who accepted the formal surrender of Nazi Germany, must have a core of steel; a streak of ruthlessness; the ability to make cold, hard, objective decisions; and an imperial sense of command, however well disguised they may be by a big grin and a firm handshake.” (Korda, Eisenhower: An American Hero)