Do what you love and why not? This is what we say in the beginning of our careers and this is what we want to continue doing. We are not there to accomplish our goals, we are there to make sure that we enjoy the journey. This goes for all of life, not just our careers.
Hater mind your own business is the most fun quote I’ve heard in a long time. We love to be around people who are smarter than us, we love to explore new places, and we love to see how different we can make our lives. This is what we do. This is what we do for a living. This is what we do for our careers. This is what we do for our families. Anything else is icing on the cake.
It seems that this quote can be applied to even more areas of our lives. Just because we love what we do, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take our time and enjoy ourselves. We also shouldn’t get so caught up in the process of working hard and getting things done that we neglect our lives. We need to take a moment and enjoy ourselves the way we enjoy movies, TV shows, and any other activity that we just can’t get enough of.
It’s pretty clear that this quote has two parts: “hater mind your own business” and “always mind your own business.” The first part is a little difficult to understand because it seems a bit vague. We’re all in a hurry. We’re all on edge and on autopilot. We’re all afraid of the things we don’t know and we’re not willing to take a chance on anything.
The second part is a little easier to understand because it seems to come straight from the heart. You see, we don’t usually go around telling people how to live their lives. We’ve become so used to seeing the world as a place that is only for us that we ignore how we feel or act, and how we feel and act in turn affects our lives.
We’ve been taught to be strong, tough, and act like we have the power to make our own decisions. We are told that our feelings are a very important part of decision-making, but in reality, they only have a limited effect on our lives. We are taught to be “hater” to our own fears, to push our own boundaries, and to take action when we feel threatened.
The problem is that all too often, we act just because we feel threatened. We might be acting in order to get something we want, but it makes us feel good, and we feel threatened when we don’t get what we want. We can fight better if we confront our fears instead of ignoring them. We can make better decisions if we consider other people’s feelings, but we can’t fight better if we stop considering the feelings of others.
In his book, The Myth of the Rational Brain, Harvard psychologist Dan Sperber argues that we all do irrational things all the time if we think we’re acting in the rational manner. For instance, we might be afraid of spiders, but we still brush our teeth because it feels good to do it. Likewise, we might be afraid of heights, but we still climb trees to get somewhere.
hater mind your own business is one of the most frequently quoted phrases. It’s not an original quote by Sperber, but the phrase is still commonly used as a slogan to get people to stop talking nonsense. As Dan Sperber points out, the idea of rational actions in the face of irrational ones is a common theme in psychology and other social sciences. And you don’t have to be a psychologist to see this.
Hater mind your own business is a short but famous quote from the classic book of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, which has been adapted as a theme song and a TV series. But perhaps the most famous version is from the same book, in which the author tells the reader that we should stop worrying about how other people think about us.