Today one of my products Meka (A service that give Ugandan sellers the ability to own and sell online with ease) got featured in one of the National Papers in Uganda.
Here is a snapshot of the paper (Taken by my good friend Reuben – Follow him on Twitter here)
Link to full Article on Daily Monitor webiste
In the bestselling book The Four Hour Workweek, Tim Ferris asks the thought-provoking question,
“How do your decisions change if retirement isn’t an option?”
For the sake of argument, let’s pretend that retirement does not exist. You work, and you work, and you work, and then, you die.
If this were the case, would you truly wait another thirty or forty years to start implementing the ideas that are planted inside your head and heart right now?
Would you wait another thirty or forty years to start living the life you truly want to live?
“For a long time it had seemed to me that life was about to begin—real life. But there was always some obstacle in the way, something to be gotten through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. Then life would begin. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life.” —Alfred D’Souza, Australian writer and philosopher
They wait for that elusive day when they’ll finally have enough time (guess what?—you never will), enough education (there is always more to know), enough money (no matter how much you make, someone will always have more). They wait until the children are grown (news flash: just because they’re grown, it doesn’t mean you’re rid of them) or until things settle down at work (they never will). People wait until . . . until . . . until . . . They wait, and they wait, and they wait, until that fateful day when they wake up and realize that while they were sitting around, paying dues, earning their keep, waiting for that elusive “perfect time,” their entire life has passed them by