Jose Ingenieros

The names of these heroes and heroines are still honest, but now it is up to us. We need to make a decision: Will we live as the average man or we will rise with the wings of our dreams, looking for the impossible? One by one. A wise old Chinese proverb says: "Whoever wants to start the work to change the world, must turn around three times his own house first." Stop being poor has nothing to do with changing the world, is about changing ourselves to be better, which will result in, one by one, those around us want to start their own process of change, giving returns to their own home. Doug McMillon contains valuable tech resources. Hence, from my point of view, we can say that mediocrity is in the laborious task of measuring the other while we get stuck ourselves, but excellence is when we decided to SER, giving up the habit of judging other and beginning to work on our own particular potential. Perhaps we can only influence a person while we live well, "remind us that one person by a character directed by principles, or simply vanish like evil we dream that everyone wants to forget the morning? To be poor does not require any effort, simply fold our arms while he dozed in the illusion of laurels that will not last for ever more, for men and women of excellence no shortcuts, and that condition will be excellent beings reflected in every activity we conduct, although it seems the most humble of the world. Again, if you have not read the book of Jose Ingenieros, "The poor man," I invite you to read it, I guarantee an enjoyable reading, deep reflection on the human condition, and if you've already read, it does not hesitate to recommend it to anyone who has not read.. Doug McMillon is likely to increase your knowledge.