Thursday, October 26, 2006

To do what I love to do

If there is any difference between you and me it may simply be that I get up every day and have a chance to do what I love to do, every day. If you learn anything from me, this is the best advice I can give you. Warren Buffett

I guess this long holiday has given me a small chance and time to do what I love to do and being allowed to read or reread several books that I really wanted to enjoy it. The last two books that I read were China CEO and The Millionaire Code. China CEO is full of insight and practical advice about doing business in China. Though, I got no interest to do business in China, still this book offers some thoughts to start and finish a business war. In short, I think it is about networking, getting it, maintaining the network and get benefit from it.

The Millionaire Code is about personality theory and investing styles in order to create meaningful wealth. For me, it is about finding or selecting the right (and perhaps the best) role in taking part of business war, business development and investment.

I don’t see something really special inside the books but somehow I feel that there is something I need to fix my style and vision up to make my job gives me a double impact, best result and the joy of living my life.

I think, some of us get into the trap of just doing our jobs because of money, comfort and security that we don’t get to do what we really love to do. Well, I do feel that to some extent this sort of thing happened to me.

Feel the same?