Everybody has a story to tell.
I want to believe that my story is unique too. And yet, every time I face a life obstacle, I desperately google other people’s life experiences to relate to.
There is something unifying in our strive for uniqueness. And that something is an unconscious desire to become a part of an understanding community, a group that is driven by an invisible force to make the world a better place to live in.
My name is Philip Volna, and my contribution is this small website called Life to Make which, I hope, speaks for itself.
For me, it was really difficult to find what I wanted from life and how to achieve it. Even though it isn’t yet concrete today, I feel like my focus is a lot clearer than it used to be.
But what do I focus on to help you find what you want and develop a strategy to get it? There are two things that really matter - thinking and problem-solving skills.
In my articles, I try to look at things from different angles to provide a different perspective on the problem.
On the web, you can find a lot of generic things these days that don't really help you grow and improve in any way. Why?
Websites are heavily focused on bringing a lot of visitors and monetizing the audience through ads. The primary goal is not to provide insights but to make you click on ads.
You may still get valuable information there, but it's certainly in scarcity. Unfortunately, information is the key to becoming a problem-solver.