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183/365 Half way there

183/365 Half way there

Notice: half of 2017 is gone. What you have accomplished so far? :)

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182/365 It’s a discipline; you have to practice it

182/365 It’s a discipline; you have to practice it

Steve Jobs, for example, famously said: If you just sit and observe, you will see how restless your mind is. If you try to calm it, it only makes it worse, but over time it does calm, and when it does, there’s room to hear more subtle things—that’s when your intuition starts to blossom and you start to see things …

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181/365 Ninety nine percent failure

181/365 Ninety nine percent failure

Like all emotional experiences, success and failure manifest most strongly in our bodies. Therefore, the place to start working on those emotions is in the body. Failure is the building block of success. Soichiro Honda famously said, “Success is 99 percent failure.” Thomas Watson said, “If you want to increase your success rate, double your failure rate.” There is even …

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180/365 The unknown that defines our existence

180/365 The unknown that defines our existence

SISKO: Competition. For fun. It's a game that Jake and I play on the holodeck. It's called baseball. JAKE: Baseball? What is this? SISKO: I was afraid you'd ask that. I throw this ball to you and this other player stands between us with a bat, a stick, and he, and he tries to hit the ball in between these …

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179/365 Window-shopping for willpower

179/365 Window-shopping for willpower

The next question everyone asks is, “What kind of exercise is best?” To which I respond, “What kind will you actually do?” The body and brain don’t seem to discriminate, so whatever you are willing to do is the perfect place to start. Gardening, walking, dancing, yoga, team sports, swimming, playing with your kids or pets—even enthusiastic housecleaning and window-shopping …

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178/365 A deeply uncomfortable unknown

178/365 A deeply uncomfortable unknown

Taking advantage of major opportunities often requires completely letting go of something safe and comfortable, and venturing into a deeply uncomfortable unknown. Doing so takes two things: the self-confidence to put yourself in very uncomfortable situations, and the self-awareness to clearly know your values, priorities, and purpose in life. from "Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness Within" …

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177/365 Action expresses priorities

177/365 Action expresses priorities

Action expresses priorities. Mahatma Gandhi

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