You fill your profile once. It is presented to dozens of exciting companies. Interested companies make you an offer, disclosing the salary they will extend to you once you pass an interview. You choose the companies you want to proceed with.
To join talent.io, simply follow this link: www.talent.io
*exclusively for developers (web, mobile, software, etc.).
I overheard someone last night telling somebody else, somewhere in London, that he would rather prefer to live 1 Day as a Lion than 100 Days as a Lamb and that gave me something to think about. What would I choose? .. I said to myself..
For me, the answer that immediately came to my mind was that I would rather live 100 days as a Lamb. Why? Well, because I choose to follow Master Jesus, who was The Lamb and who died 2000 years ago so that I can now be free and trully live.
In the eighth book of the New Testament of the Bible. Paul the Apostle and “Timothy their brother” who wrote this epistle to “the church of God which was at Corinth, with all the saints which were in all Achaia” said:
“Christ’s love has moved me to such extremes. His love has the first and last word in everything we do. Our firm decision is to work from this focused center: One man died for everyone. That puts everyone in the same boat. He included everyone in his death so that everyone could also be included in his life, a resurrection life, a far better life than people ever lived on their own.” (2 Corinthians 5:15, MSG)
To me, personally, 100 days as a Lamb vs 1 Day as a Lion is a far better life.
What would you choose? To live 1 Day as a Lion or 100 Days as a Lamb?
You, is the title of the book that will leave a legacy to last forever. My goal with this book is to help people change positively.
In 2005 I had a second chance to life and it’s been such a good jurney since. You will read all about that in the book and be inspired to make a positive change in your life as well.
I’m particularly grateful for my friend Florin Marksteiner who created the cover for this book for me.
When you give your heart to somebody, it will eventually be broken whether you want that or not. However, if you dedicate your heart to the one who made it, then you will be blessed and it will be filled with joy.
Jesus said and was recorded in Mathew 5:8 “Blessed (happy, enviably fortunate, and spiritually prosperous–possessing the happiness produced by the experience of God’s favor and especially conditioned by the revelation of His grace, regardless of their outward conditions) are the pure in heart, for they shall see God! [Ps. 24:3, 4.]“
1. Don’t just give your heart to someone. A heartbreak can occur when you least expect it. Someone will break your heart, but God blesses it.
2. Give your heart to God, who made it. You have to know where your heart is. The Bible says in Matthew 6:21 “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” So how do you know where your heart is? It is where you invest your money. You can choose to buy expensive gifts for your girlfriend or boyfriend and be heartbroken and broke when the relationship ends or you can follow the principle of tithing, which is giving God cheerfully the best first fruits of your labor, 10% of your earnings, usually.
3. Live with a pure heart and see God. How do you live with a pure heart? Every day you make a choice, and the choice is to put God first in everything you do.
When we focus on God, and put God first in everything in our lives, including in our relationships, He blesses us abundantly.
I just finished reading Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D a book that has given me a brand new perspective of how I was thinking and why some of the experiences I’ve been having were good or bad.
I can summarize the book in a few words.
The book teaches us how we build a rigid or a flexible mindset, for example, when we think that we are smart and that we should not do anything for results to come then we have a rigid mentality, whereas when we know and focus on the effort we need to put in to achieve a specific objective, the results will come inevitably, and that means to have a flexible mindset.