Chemistry

Chemistry is the complex emotional or psychological interaction between people.

Usually appears between family members, friends or team players.

It creates the magic that gives you the power to understand a person without words. For me its very important to develop the right chemistry and to connect with people.

Daily we create or destroy the chemistry, and the good fact is that when we develop it, we have the chance to make something big or to help someone. We live in a world that is not anymore about ”me” or ”you,” its about ”us.”

We need to connect more, create chemistry, help each other, vote for the synergy and solve challenging issues we face nowadays.

The act is more important than talking. Make the right choice.

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Do you think about what you think

Maybe this could be a philosophic question, but I want to approach it. We have so many ideas and our brain gets very busy with them. Let’s suppose that we start to digest ideas one by one. I know that’s very hard, because if our brain is boring about the subject than we get distracted and start to think about everything else. So, the task is to be interested and please keep this idea in mind ”to be interested”. If we will have around only things that interest us than the chance for distraction is very low. The focus comes when the mind and heart go together. That’s why I think that we need seriously to filter things we interact with.

Basically, we can clean our desk, room, phone, mail, ”friends”, subscriptions, work interests, emotions, books, vocabulary, etc.

If you clean up you will have less noise and more value in all your interaction.

Sometimes the win isn’t to be the faster and the smarter, but the cleaner.

I got in love with minimalism that overwhelmed me. I seek it everywhere because the secret in this life is not to have more but to have less and consistent.

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Hint: Never stop learning and being curious, search for answers and enjoy yourself.