Oct 30, 2009

Three Stories on Life


How are you all doing? Firstly, I have to apologize for not updating my blog. Some of you have kindly pestered me for an update so here I am pushing myself to write one.

If you want to know, honestly, I was feeling slightly disappointed in a way. The main reason why this blog was up was because some of my friends have asked me what was forex trading all about and that they are interested in learning how to trade forex. So I churned out a few articles to explain the very basics of forex trading to them AND asked for a response in the form of questions that they have but the very people who have originally pestered me to teach them did not bother to dedicate some time to learn the basics as well as did not bother to send me questions.

Perhaps they have their own reasons, but whatever it is, I'm really not a fan of negative feelings and seek to eliminate such feelings as soon as I can. For those who are into learning, I am looking at perhaps offering some sort of way to be in contact with me for roughly a month so I can somehow guide you through your baby steps. Will let you guys know once I come up with something solid.

Alright, that's enough of complaining ;) Anyway, I really feel like I want to share with you guys a video of a Comment Speech at Stanford by Steve Jobs that I watched recently (if you don't know who Steve Jobs is, click HERE to read about him). You can access the video by clicking HERE. The transcript for his speech is available HERE.

I have listened and watched his speech a couple of times now and I really like it because there were a couple of things that I personally believed in:

1. Things happen for a reason although you may not know why yet
2. Don't shortchange yourself. If you have not found what you love doing, don't settle and keep looking
3. Life is short, we are all gonna die someday. What are the things you would do if you knew you were gonna die soon?

Enjoy his speech and I do hope sharing this will have changed your life in some way, big or small.



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