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301/365 Deliberate envisioning of loss

301/365 Deliberate envisioning of loss

It’s a hard thing to actually do: be grateful when there’s nothing wrong. You almost have to lose something in order to see its value. Any time you deliberately imagine a problem you don’t actually have, you can create gratitude for not having that problem. The deliberate envisioning of loss supplies the perspective necessary to appreciate the gifts in your …

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300/365 Something that we can conquer

300/365 Something that we can conquer

It should be plain to anyone that for every concern you defuse, another emerges to replace it. Yet we are so prone to looking at our list of worldly concerns as if it is something finite that we can conquer. I suppose it is technically finite, but do you really want to be done with it? From "This Will Never …

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299/365 Shifts in perspective

299/365 Shifts in perspective

Changing how we think about the world changes, for all conceivable purposes, the world we live in itself. All of my major breakthroughs in life can be reduced to shifts in perspective, and often they come directly from reading about a perspective shift someone else experienced. From "This Will Never Happen Again" by David Cain

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298/365 Feelings run the world

298/365 Feelings run the world

All we ever seek, and all we ever avoid are feelings. Feelings run the world. From "This Will Never Happen Again" by David Cain

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297/365 And it’s free

297/365 And it’s free

We typically pursue happiness by trying to rearrange the world around us, trying to get currency to go from someone else’s possession to our own, trying to get someone else’s impression of us to go from unfavorable to favorable, and trying to get our bodies to beaches and parties. There’s nothing wrong with any of that external work, but without …

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296/365 Intrinsic motivation

296/365 Intrinsic motivation

From the psychological point of view, motivation can either come from within the person (intrinsic motivation), or be driven by external factors (extrinsic motivation). Extrinsic motivation can work quite well, but its appeal usually wears off after some time, or when you run out of rewards to collect. Intrinsic motivation is much more powerful and lasting. It fuels people to …

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