The Mayans Were Probably Right After All

by Cheval John

Suupposedly, the Mayans predicted that on December 21, 2012, the world will come to an end.

Well, they were wrong.

With the writing of this article, we are still here and alive.

But, they were probably right on a few things on my part.

First, today marks the end of worrying about what other people think, being afraid of taking a risk and doing what I love: writing.

Over the last few years, I’ve been reading books that have allowed me to do things that I never would have imagined.

Books like “The Four Hour WorkWeek” by Timothy Ferris, “Rework” by 37Signals, and “The Education of Millionaires” by Michael Ellsberg.

Each have very important advice that makes a person believe that they can do what they have been longing to do for a long time and make a living at it.

In addition, they destroy the perceived thinking about taking a risk, what marketing is all about, and much more.

So, for those of you who are ready to go after your dreams and try something new, why not start it today.

I would recommend one of these books to jumpstart your journey.

After all, the Mayans were probably on to something here.

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About Cheval John

Cheval John is the founder/blogger of Vallano Media, LLC, an online media site dedicated to sports, travel and a whole lot more. Cheval is also a freelance writer and host of an online radio show called, "What's The Word?" on BlogTalkRadio. He recently wrote a book called "8 Things You Need To Do Before Quitting Your Job." The book is available on Amazon. To find out more about Cheval, visit at www.about.me/chevaljohn

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