Have you ever thought about what is goin on in other people’s mind? Get a deeper insight into my head pondering over life, business, human relations and many more.
In one of my previous writings, I have revealed my doubts about my closest friends’ honest intention. I can not be sure whether they love me for who I am, or they just want to take advantage of me.
These days, people frequently ask me about these questions: “ Isn’t it hard to make friends, well-known for being a powerful and successful businessman?” and “How can I know that someone loves me the way I am, simply for my character, and not because of my possessions?”
Candy kingpin Joseph Felfoldi reflects on the pros and cons of juggling a hectic business life with the challenges and responsibilities of parenting.
Everything goes smoothly and the work is also easier in a trustful, honest environment.
Due to my lifestyle, I experience many intense situations.
A few weeks ago I have participated in an event. The main topic was the inequality of men and women in business.
I know it is discreditable but when I am nervous I tend to use a foul language. It was when I was thirteen years old when my parents warned me that I turn the air blue.
According to some comments I received under my last Facebook post when people look at me, they see an unhappy, old businessman. As they put it, although I have everything to feel good, I do not look blissfully happy. For me, happiness is just a state. It is a certain cast of mind, not the destination.
It’s something to thank God for, that despite its downsides, social media attracts more and more like-minded people every day. However, this is also the reason why some of my fellow businessmen look down on me.
Putting a high emphasis on autonomy in my whole life, I decided in my childhood that I did not want to be an employee. I wanted to make decisions and take the responsibilities.
Being a businessman, I experienced people’s attitude towards the main driving force of the economy - money - quite a few times. Under the influence of money, people tend to consider everything in terms of business and cost-effectiveness, while ignoring morality.
Last week I was asked if my Facebook account is handled by me personally, or is there an innovative business planning algorithm doing all the background work? In this regard, the only thing I want to say is that I am here, you can address me if you wish.
You grow up poor and work your way up from nothing. You have children and of course, you want them to have a better life than you did, so from your years of sweat and toil you provide a clean, spacious house, holidays, nice new clothes, good healthy food, everything they need for their education …what parent wouldn’t?
I often hear that the youth of this generation has an enormous potential.
Most people have the priviledge to appreciate the proximity of their parents.
Dezső Kosztolányi had collected the list of the subjectively most beautiful words for the first time.
This morning, before I went cycling I was thinking about all the things that I face.