What kind of experience is it to live without caring about others’ eyes?

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are translated by LinkedIn, the original author Srinivas Rao, author, host and radio host. The article is transferred from LinkedIn WeChat official account.

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believe that everyone has the experience of giving up something in life for the purpose of goal.

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were once used to give up their favorite egg tarts and chocolate pudding for abdominal muscles and waistline.

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have some people give up adventure and freedom for their children; some people give up sense of belonging in order to travel around the world.

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all give up different things and pursue various goals, but the reason behind this is the same:

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attach opportunity cost to anything worth doing in their lives. Srinivas Rao, the best-selling author of

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introduced to you today, also has a deep understanding on this point:

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, “no matter what you want, you must give up on the way to struggle”.

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but most people flinch at the word “give up”. The ordinary life of

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is a shackle as well as a safety net. The desire for stability almost negates all bold attempts with promising prospects. Srinivas Rao, the

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, was a total loser 10 years ago, but he made a successful subtraction for his life path by correctly “giving up”. When

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give up the secular success standard

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to go to university, people around me have the same standard for success.

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all have the secular meaning of success in their words and deeds: all for fame and money.

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graduated from the MBA of Ivy League, they work in a famous company and change the world with their mouths open.

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must be studied in law school and medical school, and their studies will be completed before the age of 30.

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are fully in line with the conventional success standards of the world. These life winners have high IQ, far ambition and strong initiative, let alone more. If

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were to measure me by this definition, I would be useless.

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I don’t have an offer from a famous company or an Ivy League background. When I graduated, my bank deposit was almost zero, and I still couldn’t “stand up” at the age of 30.

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I realized that for me, if I want to succeed, I must abandon the secular standard of success.

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are easy to say and hard to do. The idea that people with both reputation and financial resources are winners in life has long been deeply rooted.

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, but please try to imagine the scene of forgetting this secular definition –

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, you will get rid of the shackles, be yourself thoroughly, and work towards your own direction completely.

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other people’s lives will not change because of your decision, so why should you work towards their success standards?

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in the final analysis, judge mental’s vision is others’ and life is your own.

give up economic security

Felix Dennis wrote in “how to become rich” that

“a considerable, rich and timely salary is often the double-edged sword that can cut off the road to wealth.”

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in the past eight years, my income has been sometimes nil.

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are countless times. I have the idea of finding a fixed job and a stable income.

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can continue to do what I want to do and live the life I want, so I have to temporarily sacrifice economic security.

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, however, as billionaire Sheikh Khan said: “money gives you choice. It’s too bad without money to do anything you want. ”

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have no money, so I refused to invite my friends to go on holiday;

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have no money to pay for the road fare, so I missed my friends’ wedding;

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have no money to pay for the rent, so my elder is still living with my parents.

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are on the road of entrepreneurs. I’m betting on the unknown future.

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but compared with the so-called guarantee of stable wages, I would rather take a shot than continue to add failures to my resume.

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gave up the 30-year-old time

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. A few years ago, I told my business partner Bryan, “I’m still doing what others do in their twenties in my thirties, and my career is just starting.”

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he said: “yes, but because of your efforts at the age of 30, you can achieve success by the age of 40.”

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are right. My past efforts are to live in the ideal shape in the future. At the time of

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, I lived with my parents and made up my mind to make good use of my time.

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so I reorganized my knowledge system by self-study –

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. I read hundreds of books, wrote three books, organized a meeting, made a series of animations, and interviewed more than 600 guests on a radio program.

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did not immediately increase my income, but they improved my earning power.

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are more competitive than before, even if I have to look for other talents.

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if you find that you still depend on your family after graduation and are still worried about finding a job, it’s better to do something to enrich your experience.

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how else can you convince the interviewer that you are quite capable?

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may be lucky enough that you don’t have to give up the whole 30-year-old like me.

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if you spend an hour every day on continuous creation, the results will surprise you.

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are no longer afraid to point at

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. When I talk about my work with my family and friends these years, I think that I still live with my parents and don’t make any money

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