Desperate For Success

by Patrick Liew on June 13, 2011

Yesterday, my colleague and I were in a taxi. It had stopped before a traffic light with other vehicles.

Two adults literally jumped out of nowhere. They started to clean the windscreens, asking for a free-will offering. 

When one of them started to clean our taxi, the driver honked at him. My colleague remarked, “What a pest!”

I turned around to my colleague and asked her gently, “Do you know them? Do you know why they are doing this?”

She looked at me blankly and shrugged her shoulder.

I told her, “If my children are hungry, I’ll do it too.”

If I’m desperate for success, I don’t mind doing anything as long as it is legal, ethical and moral. I don’t mind  being humiliated and suffering along the way.

I hope this message will find a place in your heart.   

Life is FUNtastic!


Question: How can we work harder and smarter to achieve success?


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