Leave your worries on the doorstep

Propaganda, social media, victims…

Marcelo Marini, writing from Munich, Germany.

group of people walking on the stairs
Photo by José Martín Ramírez Carrasco on Unsplash

Grab your coat Grab your hat Leave your worries, on the doorstep.
Just direct your feet to the sunny side of the street! 
— Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mchugh. Listen to the song here.

Today we spotted a man looking at his iPhone… quite interesting…

Germany has its own way of doing things… they speak German, like no one else… they eat Apfelstrudel… we don’t know how to spell it… they don’t use phones like the rest of the world’s Zumbies…

We have spent 10 busy days in Germany, doing business, and eating some Pretzels and Apfelstrudel… we learned that Kinder means Children… and had an awesome time…

We found out Germany is not the Germany we see on the news.

Talk to my hand.

More precisely, we have been in Russia, China, Emirates, Africa, Europe, North America, Central America, South America, and to our surprise… or not… none of these places even seem like how the media puts them.

If someone lies to their parents will they lie to you?

Again… we don’t know… we have our doubts…

Dress code.

Now imagine reading the news to choose where to live, where to find tax havens, what restaurants to go to, what brokerages to invest in, what companies to invest in, and what type of clothes to dress.

The Dress Code to life is don’t follow the trends, don’t trust the liars, the propaganda, the small talk, the victims, do your own thing.

Don’t be lazy.

On the other hand, do it yourself, don’t be lazy, stop, take the time to read, breathe, learn, collaborate, and think for yourself. Life is simple outside the social media, news, and victims.

Think wisely, act right.

Regards,

Marcelo Marini

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Marcelo Marini is a businessman, financier, and author. He writes the Independent Thinking Newsletter to more than 20,000 readers in 15 countries.

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