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168/365 Work ethic is not a moral virtue

168/365 Work ethic is not a moral virtue

Work ethic is not a moral virtue that can be cultivated simply by wanting to be a better person. It’s actually a biochemical condition that can be fostered, purposefully, through activity that increases dopamine levels in the brain. from The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It by Kelly …

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167/365 A fighting chance

167/365 A fighting chance

Although we live in a world engineered to make us want, we can—just by paying attention—start to see through some of it. Knowing what’s going on won’t eliminate all your wants, but it will give you at least a fighting chance to exercise your “I won’t” power. from The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You …

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166/365 Art
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165/365 Choosing to see the upside in our most painful experiences

165/365 Choosing to see the upside in our most painful experiences

Choosing to see the upside in our most painful experiences is part of how we can change our relationships with stress. Accepting past adversity is part of how we find the courage to grow from our present struggles. In many ways, it is the attitude that allows us to embrace and transform stress. from The Upside of Stress: Why stress …

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164/365 Be not afraid of laziness

164/365 Be not afraid of laziness

Be not afraid of laziness: some are born lazy, some achieve laziness, and some have laziness thrust upon them. from Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness Within by Chade-Meng Tan

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163/365 Find Your Torture

163/365 Find Your Torture

On the Howard Stern show, Jerry Seinfeld was explaining how it never gets easier. How it is all work. He joked that “your blessing in life is when you find the torture you’re comfortable with.” For me, that’s writing—I’m grateful that it’s so hard. That Allen Iverson clip: We’re talking about practice. Yeah, love practice. The best ones always do. …

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