Sunday, February 05, 2006

"Road Less Taken" by Steve Day

A university friend of mine, Muzzie gave me an interesting book that from the moment I received it, it has been my ultimate words of wisdom in my daily life. The book is written by Steve Day, who is known as English aviator, adventurer, and entrepreneur. According to his biography, he is a former air force navigator and civilian helicopter pilot who has followed a road that has taken him around the world, and eventually to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where he now resides with his wife and two young sons. Over the past two decades he pioneered and built up Asia's first hotel television network before venturing into publishing and other businesses. Yes, he is still on the road.

From today, let us ponder into his road experience from the moment he ventured into the road that less have taken, improving ourselves in the future.

He began with, "Do not live your life through others, or leave it all to fate, then spend your life regretting, that you left it far too late"

1 comment:

Adam Abdullah said...

that is so true! most of us live life a quiet desperation. we failed to take charge in our own life. we tend to live other people's dream and before we know it, "Damn, I hate my life."

say hi to muzzie for me.