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Don't 'play' too much, become a pro+ instead!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Madruga, May 21, 2011.

  1. Madruga

    Madruga Senior Member

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    Some, or most of you out there, are looking and expecting for only fast results, followed by a decent number of ?papers? on the outcome (papers=money, silly)

    Usually when you have high expectations on something, and it ends up not as you wanted, you get disappointed and quit doing whatever you were up to.

    If you are starting a project as a skeptical, probably some moderate results might surprise you and boost your morale and determination to continue on that.

    Want my advice? Try to act as a professional every time you are doing something, put your maximum concentration on that, give your interest and efforts in completing the task at its best. Having high expectations can end up your further work, and being a skeptical won?t bring that much work and determination in something you won?t trust in the first place, so being skeptical can result in failure as well. So by acting like a pro every time, you will end up becoming one, and when you will encounter something called like ?failure?, you will know that you have to discover what went wrong and rework on that, being mature enough to take any failure with cold heart. Usually, a good amount of money comes from hard work, and anyone out there can confirm you this, even if he or she is an Internet Marketer, engineer, or a simple worker in a random factory.

    I'm just trying to send you guys some kind of motivational message, which is actually more like an advice.

    Act like a pro, and in time you will become one. In this world, there are 2 types of people: the best, and the rest! Keep that in mind :approve:
     
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  2. Ingmarius

    Ingmarius Newbie

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    True, I try to learn from my failures and not make the same mistakes twice (hmm not always working out..) ghehe.

    One important thing I learned, is to surround yourself with the right people (ambitious mindset). BHW is one of the places with a lot of 'right people' ghehe.
     
  3. Griffstar

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    That is basicly me, except that when I learn, I LEARN,
    Great post btw, I have seen many people just quit when something doesn't work out, (Almost happened to me when I wasn't getting success with blogging).
     
  4. Madruga

    Madruga Senior Member

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    Thanks Griffstar. The key is to never give up. Sometimes you get success from the first try, and sometimes you fail; How would it be to quit after you get successful on something? Pretty weird. And quitting on something that didn't work, is easier. Even if Einstein said that repeating the same thing over and over again, and getting failure every time, makes you a crazy person, well, you have to rework and slightly change that thing, and actually do it again until it gets done right. Have role models!