Don't confuse fame with succes...





"Don't confuse fame with succes, Tamer Hosney is one, Bill Gates is the other.."


This is the quote i found really interesting from my friend(and senior) blog..It does struck me in the Head ( Bang !!!) What are we people can describe about our target of achievement in life? Do we want to be be FAMOUS or SUCCESSFUL? 






- An engineering student will study to success, to be a good engineer or to get great high profile project ?
- A medic student studied medical, to be a good doctor to help people or because doctor can earn million of bucks easily?
- A law student who studied law because to be a great lawyer or because lawyer is famous and hot-shot and can be rich?
- A Islamic student studying syariah and usuluddin to become a good USTAZ / USTAZAH to teach islam to themselves and peoples or because this profesion can make you famous and rich with many 'ceramah'?


Sometimes we doesn't really see this two things, fame and success.. sometimes we just want to be something because other people have really achieve in that field, like throw yourself in business because you see that Donald Trumo have become super-duper rich in business, do you can see, that someone want to be famouse like donald trump, not seeing that it is his success that led to his fortune and fame..






So of all what you studied, studied to achieve success first, because i can ensure to you that with success you can be famous.


Superman said "with great power come great responsibilities"

7 comments:

LL said...

cayalah bro...nice entri... terbaekkk...

zamanislam said...

haha,,TQ~!!

zamanislam said...

haha..TQ2..

Loyar Lawa said...

knp bnyk sngt terimaksih???hahahaa.. sib bek blog neyh cepat loading

zamanislam said...

haha..itula kehebatan blog nih..

spiderman said...

hey!! thats my words there.. not superman~ tensyen tol..
"with great power come great responsibilities"

zamanislam said...

haha,,noice shot spidey,,,just want to lure you here,,nice !!

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