You can change the world

greatnessRomania has a pretty strange educational system. And, well, the whole system does nothing to tell you that you are special, that you are capable of greatness. I don’t know if this is a bad thing or not, but I’ve always wanted to believe that people have greatness inside of them, that people are capable of being great, of doing wonderful things.

But they’re constantly being told that they’re just average, that they have to play a small part, that changing the world is a task reserved to other individuals.

It’s always others who get to do all the things we want to do, isn’t it? Continue reading

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What’s your motivation?

What’s your motivation?

What inspires you?
What makes you want to get out of bed in the morning?
Why do you do what you do?
Because, I can tell you one thing. If you want to be happy, you’ll never be. If you want to be successful, rich, famous, you won’t be any of those things either.
If you try to adapt to the world around you, you’ll feel less and less like yourself until you probably won’t be able to recognize yourself in the mirror anymore.
If you try to change the world according to your own needs and desires, the world will break your back, the same way the ones you wish to love you break your heart.
There’s only one way to get everything you want, and that is to give everything.
You get what you give.
This is not about becoming saints on Earth or Heaven. It’s not about religious principles or stuff like that.

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About comfort zones

Unclean. I was thinking about this word. How do you unclean a room? Yeah, you could be throwing dirt around, but it wouldn’t make much sense…

How do you unclean a room?

Maybe… it’s because you postpone cleaning it?

This is the strangest yet best metaphor I can use to describe a comfort zone, and why it’s such a bad thing. Trust me, I am a master of comfort zones. Professional procrastinator. Olympic Netflix Marathoner.

I used to watch so many episodes from a tv series, so many movies, listen to music, until I could get anxious just watching them. I couldn’t stand still. It felt as if I was wasting my life, wishing it away by never having the guts to do what I wanted to do. Imagine what happened when I found myself in front of another human being… Continue reading

The Ultimate Guide to Inspiration, irevuo.art, The Dash

Hi friends,

I believe there are two things we can’t help but doing, no matter what: we think and we dream. If that is so, then why not think and dream big? And, of course, act accordingly?

That being said, I am proud to announce the release of irevuo‘s first e-book, that is the first book released with irevuo as publisher. That’s one of the goals, one of the dreams. To have irevuo release all my titles, and other authors, eventually.

I present to you The Ultimate Guide to Inspiration.

It happened again, didn’t it?

Another week or month has passed, and you’ve made zero progress on your writing.

Deep down you know your writing is important, but it seems impossible to take consistent action

What’s going on here?

The truth is, you don’t feel inspired.

You can’t help but marvel at other writers who seem to come up with one great idea after another.

How do you get there?

How do you find the inspiration you need in order to become the prolific, popular, and successful writer you have always dreamed of becoming?

It’s simple. This guide contains 99 ways to find inspiration.

Available on the e-store as an e-book download for only $4.99 $1.99.

You can download a sample and read it here.

Read here.

 

This e-book is not only fun to read, entertaining, and useful, but it’s also a great way to support irevuo’s future projects.


In other news, irevuo‘s domain is irevuo.art.  Fancy, right?

Thought it’s better suited, since the website is, in fact, dedicated to all things art.

Do check it out here, and if you do not mind, do follow us on Instagram or like us on Facebook(because we’re close to 600 likes).

 


Last but not least, I’d like to thank Stephanie for her generous donation towards the creation of the new website, The Dash Project. We’re currently about $320-$330 from reaching our goal.

If you wish to donate any amount you see fit, you can do so here. It would help me create this website sooner rather than later, and get to work on creating some of the best motivational content you’ll find on the web.

Ask and you shall receive

First of all, I’d like to thank PEAS Coaching for the contribution.

Secondly, I’d like to tell you that these small amounts add up. They help me immensely. Not on my blogging journey, but also in developing all my other projects.

Donations matter.

I know that folks are getting used to the idea that the Internet (and everything on it) is free, but the time and effort that content creators put into creating the stuff you read or watch or listen to deserves a bit of recognition.

And it helps. A lot.

I have a new project that I keep postponing for lack of funds, especially when it comes to purchasing a domain, hosting, the upgrades needed, and stuff like that. It’s a cool project, but I do not want to spoil the surprise until I have acquired a domain.

That being said, any donation is more than welcome.

Click here to donate any amount you see fit via PayPal.

Being Thankful

“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.”Oprah Winfrey

We all want something. We all lost something. We all love something. Some let themselves be guided by their passions, while others take to the rational way of acting… some choose to hug an illusion, others a dream, and on their loneliest nights they feel empty and weak and scared, while others choose to act… they want to create, to build, to enhance, to evolve, to wage war against the entire world if need be. Continue reading

Rules of The Art of Blogging

The idea was to write a short introduction about art. Something short and cute; how art is anything that inspires us and provokes an emotional reaction. What appears to be beautiful to us. And then I’d write a short and cute paragraph on how blogging can also be considered art.

Remember a time when you were moved to tears by a piece you read on someone else’s blog? Or were inspired to take action in a certain area of your life?

Well, that was art. The art of blogging.

Anyway. This was what I wanted to write as an introduction to this book. Because I pretend to be an artist on a daily basis. I also like to write short bios about myself. But then I thought that I’d act like a rebel without a cause and tell you that this is not the kind of book that I recommend if you are very technical about life, if you let your heart be ruled by your brain.

This book is about the art of blogging, about finding the passion that is required to create the kind of content that makes people laugh and cry and be inspired and motivated and all that. Continue reading