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Fabiano de Abreu. Photo: David Borges / MF Global Press.
Fabiano de Abreu. Photo: David Borges / MF Global Press.

Fabiano de Abreu: “Goals are life-locomotives” by Vanessa Scarcella

Writer of new generation, the philosopher Fabiano de Abreu about the importance of the goals and says he considers the title as one of the themes of your new book, ‘Live Might Not Be So Bad’, from “frasetas” to the context”.

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“Plan future goals while continuing to live in the present, be happy now creating goals to achieve, because the targets are reasons to dream, hope and excitement that result in momentary happiness.”

For Fabiano, in times of crisis where people seem to be more “so happy”, the goals create goals that are the engine for happiness.

Fabiano de Abreu. Foto: Davi Borges / MF Press Global.

Fabiano de Abreu. Photo: David Borges / MF Global Press.

“We are in a very difficult decade, especially in Brazil, people are ' weird ', love of neighbour is missing and the self-respect turned selfish. We need to understand that trying to help the next, understand, get doing good, because we know what is good and what is bad, We have to understand that this brings relief subconscious, that also results in happiness. I created my retirement goals, I create goals and objectives in scale. Even my 40 years I need to expand to the point X my business, with 50 I have to retire, but the retirement work with things that make me happier and put me less stressed, because I can't just stop because with 50 years no one receives retirement. These goals create goals that excite me, always when I remember that agreement and put me to work things out to meeting my goals. It makes me happier and I live this clinging to fleeting things that make me happy.”

To the 35 years old, Fabiano de Abreu, you wrote your book driven by requests, Since it was a thinker only social network, celebrates the success of the launch but I think in the second volume.

“My ' frasetas ' won the terrinha (referring to Portugal), I call it ' frasetas ', because they are short phrases that can summarize the context. But in the second book, the context will be exposed to explanatory form. I think here in Brazil until August, Yes for now, here, only find online”, Finalizes the writer.

Fabiano de Abreu. Foto: Davi Borges / MF Press Global.

Fabiano de Abreu. Photo: David Borges / MF Global Press.

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