Malec Jebr

My Take on Things...
Critical thinking is the analysis of facts to form a judgment. When there are no facts, I resort to logic.


Where does your self-worth come from?

I am driven by a desire to improve people's lives. Whether it's through a small act of kindness or a grand gesture, I am always looking for ways to make a positive impact. I have a deep sense of empathy for those who are struggling and I am motivated to bring joy and happiness wherever I go. I have observed that many people are unhappy with their jobs, and so I have made it my mission to create a fun and engaging work environment. When people are happy, they are more productive and can achieve their goals more quickly. It is incredibly satisfying to hear people say that I have made their day or helped them through a tough time. But I don't stop there - I strive to be the best at what I do and to help others achieve their full potential. I am a team builder and a mentor, and I take pride in developing people so that they can succeed. For me, the true purpose of life is to help others find purpose and fulfillment.


Would things get better if humans focused on what was going well?

Focusing on what's going well does not mean we should ignore problems. It's important to address issues and take action to solve them before they turn into disasters. But maintaining a positive attitude and mindset is also crucial for our well-being. When we focus on the good things in life, it helps us stay motivated and optimistic, and that positive energy can help us tackle challenges with more confidence and creativity. So, let's acknowledge the problems and work to solve them, but let's also appreciate the good things and use that positivity to drive us forward.


What do you attribute the biggest successes in your life to?

I attribute my biggest successes to the passion and love I have for what I do. I have always believed that if you do what you love, the rest will follow. I am grateful for the friends and family who supported me along the way. I am also grateful for the talented and dedicated team of individuals who have worked alongside me in every endeavor. Together, we have pushed the boundaries and accomplished what others thought was impossible. I believe in taking risks and disrupting the status quo. That is where the biggest opportunities lie. Finally, I attribute my successes to my ability to never give up. Even when facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles, I always find a way to persevere and come out stronger on the other side.


Is it more important to help yourself, help your family, help your society, or help the world?

It all starts with the self. You must first take care of yourself and be the best version of yourself before you can even begin to help others. Only then can you begin to focus on helping your family. Your family is your foundation and support system. It is crucial to ensure their well-being and happiness. From there, you can extend your reach to your community and society. Helping those around you can have a positive ripple effect that can ultimately benefit the world. So, to answer the question, it's not about prioritizing one over the other, it's about understanding the interconnectedness and importance of helping yourself, your family, your society, and ultimately, the world.


Do we have free will?

I strongly believe in the concept of free will. It is our innate ability to choose our own paths in life. We have the power to make our own decisions and shape our own destinies. But, sometimes, we become trapped by the norms and conventions of society, or by the beliefs and traditions of our religions. These can limit our freedom and restrict our choices. To truly exercise our free will, we must break free from these limitations and carve our own path forward. Of course, we must also have a strong moral compass to guide us and ensure that we make choices that are ethical and just. In the end, it is up to us to use our free will to create the life that we want.


Does life require a purpose and a goal?

Life is a journey with infinite possibilities. While we may not require a purpose or a goal, having one gives us direction and meaning. A purpose and a goal serve as a compass to guide us through the ups and downs of life. They give us a sense of fulfillment, accomplishment, and joy. Without them, life becomes dull, monotonous, and uneventful. It is important to find your passion, your calling, and pursue it with all your heart. Life is too short to waste it on things that do not matter.


Is it better to be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond?

Being a small fish in a big pond allows you to challenge yourself and strive for greatness. It gives you the opportunity to learn from the best and reach new heights. However, being a big fish in a small pond can be tempting and disasterous. It's easy to become complacent and believe that you have reached your full potential. But true growth and success come from pushing yourself to be better every day. Therefore, it's best to aim to be a big fish in a big pond, to constantly challenge yourself, and to never stop learning and growing.


With no laws or rules to influence your behavior, how do you think you would behave?

If there were no laws or rules, I would still choose to behave in a manner that aligns with my personal principles and values. As a person of integrity, I understand the importance of adhering to my beliefs, even in the absence of external guidance. The best societies are those that rely less on laws and more on the development of individuals' moral compass through education, healthcare, and strong family values. When people have a clear sense of what is right and wrong, they are less likely to require constant enforcement and can instead rely on their own moral code to guide their behavior.