1. Jeff Bezos, Amazon: “Day One” — Every day is day one for Jeff Bezos. His concept helps me to commit myself to learn something new every day. It has forced me to reinvent myself every single day. Keep in mind that “Day Two” doesn’t exist, unless you want to stop innovating.

2. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook: “Don’t Waste Time On Simple Decisions” — This idea helps me to dedicate less time to everyday decisions. The type of clothes I wear even the food I eat can be a challenge that requires a lot of time and energy. I decided to follow Zuckerberg’s example and came up with a plan that helps me organize the types of clothes I wear and food I eat to minimize the number of decisions and concentrate on the Most Important Things. (a.k.a MITs)

3. Elon Musk, Tesla: “Having a Vision is Mandatory” — He has disrupted three huge industries, (so far) cars, space, and energy. His vision doesn’t have a limit. From him, I learned that having a vision is a fundamental necessity to attaining a meaningful and fulfilling life. Having a vision will empower you to do the imaginable.

4. Steve Jobs, Apple: “Think Different” — His ideas change many lives, he was able to revolutionize the smartphones, computers, and music industry. “Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” This statement is true. This concept helps me to realize that I need to get out of my comfort zone and work for the things I believe, even if it doesn’t fit other’s way of thinking.

5. Bill Gates, Microsoft: “Humanity and Change” — I have to admit it, I like him even more now that he dedicates his time to help solve world problems. He believes change is possible. Improvement in our own lives is imminent when we dedicate our time to help others. His ideas are concrete, either you grow or diminish.

Danny Reyes

Health Educator 👨‍🏫- I believe health is our most valuable possession. Good habits will help you live a healthier, happier & more productive life.

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