The Irony Of Life

The Irony Of Life

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The illusion of permanence is the greatest tragedy of life. Money does not buy happiness. Material things do not bring fulfillment. Looks do not last. Social status has no meaning. Fame is hollow. The irony of life is that most people spend all of their life chasing these things, but love is the only real thing in life.

Do what it is that ignites your soul. Surround yourself with love. Live in the moment. Be happy. Love fearlessly. And make your mark on the universe. Give more than you take. At the end of the day, we all leave this precious Earth. Nothing remains, except for the impact we make on our loved ones, our friends, our colleagues, our communities, our countries, and our world. If we are not fighting for something bigger than ourselves, then we will have wasted our time here. Unleash your greatness with purpose and passion. The knowledge that we will leave this Earth somehow better off than how we found it is perhaps the immortality we all seek.
We are ONE.


Chatri Sityodtong is a self-made entrepreneur and lifelong martial artist from Thailand. His rags-to-riches life story has inspired millions around the world on BBC News, CNN, Financial Times, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, Channel NewsAsia, and other major media. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of ONE Championship, Asia’s largest global sports media property in history with a global broadcast to over 2.6 billion potential viewers across 140+ countries around the world. Forbes most recently selected Sityodtong as one of Asia’s next generation tycoons. He was also named “Asia’s King of Martial Arts” by the Financial Times and the “3rd Most Powerful Person in Sports in Asia” by FOX Sports. He is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at INSEAD, Europe’s top business school. Sityodtong holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Tufts University.



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