In a free hour, when our power of choice is untrammeled and when nothing prevents me being able to do what I like the most.
Professional is not a label you give yourself. It is a description you hope others will apply to you.
If you are 15 minutes early, you are on time. If you are on time, you are late and if you are late, you did not want to be there.
I do honestly believe in Holy Fourfold
At the end of the day, everything goes down to four things. The greatest luxury one can afford is to see himself in realistic context. Afterward, the most important thing is not to stop there, but rather to grab the momentum and valorize it by surrounding yourself with quality and expert people, because one cannot go without the later. Finally you are somewhat like Chris Paul in LA Clippers, working on and building yourself but also building your team-mates. You need to be ready and willing to step out of your comfort zone. Whether it is one of the members of your team, your family, your work…demanding it of you, it does not matter. You are only as strong as you are willing to taste the waters, to try things that are, at the first glance, unthinkable and untouchable.