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Do what you LOVE and do it OFTEN

This is YOUR Life. Do what you love and do it OFTEN. If you don't like something, CHANGE IT, If you don't like your job, QUIT. If you don't have enough time, STOP WATCHING TV. If you are looking for the love of your life, STOP. THEY WILL BE WAITING FOR YOU WHEN YOU START DOING THINGS YOU LOVE. STOP OVER ANALYZING. LIFE is SIMPLE. OPEN YOUR MIND, arms and hearts to new things and people. We are united in our differences. TRAVEL OFTEN. Getting lost will help you find yourself. SOME OPPORTUNITIES come only ONCE, Seize them! LIFE IS ABOUT THE PEOPLE YOU MEET, AND the things you create with them. SO go out and start creating!. LIFE IS SHORT. LIVE your DREAM and SHARE your PASSION

This is an excerpt from the mission statement of Holstee, a NY based company which sells eco-friendly clothing and accessories. This manifesto went viral last year with more than 50 million hits online. This was Holistee's mission statement. The founders Fabian Pfortmuller, Mike and Dave Radparvar were so surprised with this response that they started selling this for a 25 $ poster on recycled paper. They wrote this mission statement to make sure that if ever Holstee becomes something they cant control; they would remember that the reason for which they got into business in the first place. 

Entrepreneurs take risks for a reason. Why you are chucking your well paying jobs and comfortable lifestyles to become entrepreneurs is a reason close to your heart. Always remember the reason why you are here and you will remain focused. 

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