Some, if not all, “good friends” and self-help gurus want you to ask yourself the questions about the arrangement to self-change.
“What Makes You keep on going?” and similar questions like these you already asked yourself, not much help from the outside if they only guide you the way you already tried.
The starting point should be if it is necessary for you to change and why you think it is.
As we try to do different things in life, a number of fails will grow exponentially over time, making us think we are a failure, but… are you a failure for real?
Rethink yourself and analyze your best deeds in life, I am sure you have experienced someone thanking you for what you did to someone or something, or even someone impressed with any skill you are not giving much importance to.
Be only what you can be, not everything you think you want to be, that will always lead you to problems and hitting wall after wall because you are not adapting the situation to you, you are adapting to the situation itself, and that is half way to losing your true self.
Present times and circumstances come and go faster and faster, analyzing intriguing moments and use it to prepare yourself for the reaction of what runs into you from all around the world is the best positive outcome we can get and takes you out of the fantasy of being “different” than what you really are.
We are all extraordinary since we are not equal in any way. The similarities end when you reach someone’s soul, the true, honest self, no masks, no games. Those are the people you will want to surround yourself with, never bring to your life circle people that deprive you, or drive you away from your vision, we already have a hard time in keeping the focus on what we should pursuit.
"Give Me the Night" is a song recorded by American jazz musician George Benson, which he released from his 1980 studio album of the same title. It was written and composed by Heatwave's keyboard player Rod Temperton and produced by Quincy Jones. Patti Austin provides the backing and scat vocals that are heard throughout, and one of Benson's fellow jazz guitarists, Lee Ritenour, also performs on the selection.
"Give Me the Night" was one of the last disco singles to become a major success, with the steady decline of the genre in the early 1980s.
The song was a commercial success, and was Benson's first single to hit number one on the US Billboard Soul Singles chart. It also peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it his most successful pop entry. It also peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot Disco Singles chart.