If you don’t love it, you’re going to fail
“My job involves challenging yourself and saying: I did okay, but I can do Better ! – Giorgio Armani
1) prove my higher education in practice… find a job and develop skills for making more money and surrounding with different people
and in the meantime to gain acceptance in the corporation etc.
2) follow my dreams, which were rejected when I was 18 … there was no way to do what I loved, which was fashion
“Time and time again, people will tell you that you can’t do it…” – Unknown
– from “The Pursuit of Happiness”
“It’s not about where you come from. It’s about heart! You come to a place where being smart ain’t enough. You gotta have heart!” – Eric Thomas
I need to do what I love to do now – regardless of someone’s opinion, that it is too late. It’s never too late.
Now I don’t need someone’s approval to do what I’m doing. I sacrificed my youth to pleased everyone around me.
Today I’m doing nothing at all in common with my higher degree.I appreciate the opportunity that was given to me.
I mean – the study. I really do.
I remember, some people said to me over and over again, that only just because I have a high degree I’m “someone”.
You do something what you don’t like, you study something what you don’t like just because you believe subconsciously that you are not good enough
and you need to prove yourself and the others around you that you’re worthy.
And when you’re studied and you didn’t found the job, people will say to you, that you are “the looser”.
What a stroke of fate when you decided to go abroad and one day you meet people and they say that you are “nobody” abroad.
I encourage you to take a step forward and do what you was born to do regardless of anybody opinion.
“People will judge you no matter what you do. So you might as well do what you want.” – Unknown
“Just because you come from nothing, you must not let that be something that holds you back.” – Henry Rollins
belt → Zara
coat → Michael Kors
dress → H&M
boots → Heyraud