Doing what you love, & not what you have to.

Wednesday, the 17. November 2010, 09:27 by

Doing what you love is your choice.  No one can make you do anything. If you dont like what you do and you continue simply because of money, begin a persuit of what you want to do. It will take time, but even a one thousand mile journey starts with the first step.

 

One final reason people do not do what they want is fear – fear of failure – fear of not making enough money – fear of the unfamiliar. The only way to overcome fear is to face it. The giant which is FEAR always seem’s more terrible than he really is.

 

Run towards the giant, and face him head on.

 

 

Do what you love, and your life will be fulfilled. Go after your dreams. Live with passion and never settle for something you ultimatley dont love to do. Can you imagine actually waking up wanting to go to work? I do, and I believe the same can be true for anyone.

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IT Management – out the box

Friday, the 5. November 2010, 15:37 by

Look, I’m not here to undervalue myself. Nor am I wanting to under value the huge amount of highly skilled & deeply knowledgable IT professionals in the wild, but I’m really starting to adore pre-built virtual appliances from the likes of VM. 

 

It wasnt that long ago when installing a helpdesk system or a firewall platform involved a clean fresh new box, building a LAMP stack by hand, configuring PHP scripts, trying to get mySQL to work, and integrate with a webserver like Apache . . . the list really does go on.

 

But not anymore I notice, and I know this isnt new, but I’m finding I’m using pre-built VM appliances more and more. Open Source firewall anyone? Out-of-the-box router and a full turnkey solution? Would you like fries with that and an extra side? You got it!

 

It make’s things so much easier, and let’s face it, it doesnt matter how geeky you are, no one want’s to be configuring kernals, scripts & dependencies just to make a something or other work. 

 

Check it out, get yourself in on the VM appliance action.  

 

http://www.vmware.com/appliances/directory/cat/506?page=17

 

 

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