11 Ways To Be Unremarkably Average


1. Accept what people tell you at face value.

2. Don’t question authority.

3. Go to college because you’re supposed to, not because you want to learn something.

4. Go overseas once or twice in your life, to somewhere safe like England.

5. Don’t try to learn another language; everyone else will eventually learn English.

6. Think about starting your own business, but never do it.

7. Think about writing a book, but never do it.

8. Get the largest mortgage you qualify for and spend 30 years paying for it.

9. Sit at a desk 40 hours a week for an average of 10 hours of productive work.

10. Don’t stand out or draw attention to yourself.

11. Jump through hoops. Check off boxes.

You don’t have to live your life the way other people expect you to.”

Chris Guillebeau

Philosophy Is A Stage Of Life

Now that I’m older I see things differently than when I was younger and if I looked back on the things I said or did back then, I’d probably cringe, like Eddie Murphy admits he does when watching his old stand-up routines. There’s this quote by Nietzche that I think relates to this. In it, he says every philosophy is the philosophy of a stage of life. So I believe this is true, we all see things differently depending on the point of our lives we are currently on.

Utopia rant against children

Right now, there are lots of people that want the population lowered or controlled in order to save the environment. I don’t agree with it because to me it kind of sounds like eugenics and the Nazis deciding who gets to live and who doesn’t and it will lead to an erosion of freedoms. So, as hard as it may be sometimes, I have to believe we all can solve all of our problems on our own without interference, that the problems are in each of us, but so are the solutions. And, this video is how I imagine those people I disagree with think.

Imagine Victory

“You are victory organized. You were born to conquer, to play a magnificent part in life’s great game. But you can never do anything great or grand until you have such a conviction of yourself and your ability.

How often do we hear it said of some person, ‘Everything they undertake succeeds,’ or ‘Everything they touch turns to gold?’ Why? Because that person is constantly picturing to themselves the success of their undertakings, and they are backing up their vision by their efforts.

By clinging to their vision (by vigorous resolution and persistent, determined endeavor) they are continually making themselves a powerful magnet to draw to them their dream. Consciously or unconsciously, they are using the divine intelligence or force by which every human being may mold themselves and their environment according to the pattern in their mind.”

-Orison Swett Marden