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Don't Lose Your Dinosaur

Don't Lose Your Dinosaur By Adam Mundorf Don't Lose Your Dinosaur In the popular movie 'Step Brothers' there's a couple quotes that many view as a joke but to me I found a deeper meaning.  Here are the quotes : When I was a kid, when I was a little boy, I always wanted to be a dinosaur. I wanted to be a Tyrannosaurus Rex more than anything in the world. I made my arms short and I roamed the backyard, I chased the neighborhood cats, I growled and I roared. Everybody knew me and was afraid of me. And one day my dad said, "Bobby, you are 17. It's time to throw childish things aside," and I said, "Okay, Pop." But he didn't really say that, he said, "Stop being a fucking dinosaur and get a job." " So I thought, I'll be a doctor for a little while... and then go back to that." Many people just laugh at this part of the movie because it's so laughably true.  There does come a time when we must grow up and begin taking

You Might as Well be Dead Already : Find YOUR Path

You Might as Well be Dead Already Find YOUR Path By Adam Mundorf You Might as Well be Dead Already When I look at the average person in daily life, I see the walking dead.  People who listened to the lies and bill of goods that were sold to them by their parents or society.  They live life on the 'paved road to success', which leaves them empty and full of dead dreams.  We have all heard the saying that 'Misery Loves Company' and I find that to be true when it comes to many people in daily life.  People want you to be in the same boring boat that they are in. Really, think about those in your life who you are taking advice from.  Do you REALLY want to end up like them or are you allowing emotion to cloud rational judgement?  Eventually a person has to look in the mirror and realize that the person you see is the only one responsible for where you end up in life.  Your life once you reach adulthood is a culmination of your actions, decisions and thoughts. Find YOUR Path

Do Your Best and Leave the Rest

Do Your Best and Leave the Rest By Adam Mundorf Do Your Best and Leave the Rest I'm beginning to see a troubling trend of people putting their health, their worth and their serenity at risk for a simple job or career.  Now, I'm not saying don't try at your job, of course try your best but do that and nothing more.  Once you give your best, you have nothing left to give.  Your best will be different from day to day and that's okay. It just pains me to see people who gave up drugs to begin once again because of 'stress'.  It pains me to see people gain grotesque amounts of weight because work is stressing them out.  It pains me to see people stress out over something that in the long term, doesn't matter all that much.  It pains me to see people's health fail due to stress.  We all know that if we happen to die one day (which we all will), our job will be posted the next day and the world will go on without a second thought. Your health is wealth, never al