Setting Goals for a Life Worth Living

Why—and how—to set meaningful goals outside work: Setting Goals for a Life Worth Living

Want to Build a New Habit? Do Them With Friends With HabitShare

Gary Keller, author of ‘The ONE Thing’ says “Success is actually a short race—a sprint fueled by discipline just long enough for habit to kick in and take over. When you discipline yourself, you’re essentially training yourself to act in a specific way. Stay with this long enough and it becomes routine—in other words, a habit.’ I know this is true for me because I’ve seen it happen in my life over an over again. Now, there’s an app that can help you form the habits you need to succeed: Want to Build a New Habit? Do Them With Friends With HabitShare

btw, if you haven’t read The ONE Thing, I highly recommend it…

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: How to Better Manage Feelings of Regret

J. Kim Penberthy writes “A friend of mine – we will call him “Jay” – was working for IBM in New York City in the early ‘90s. He was a computer programmer and made a good salary. Occasionally, competitors and startups approached Jay to join their companies. He had an offer from an interesting but small organization in Seattle, but the salary was paltry and most of the offer package was in company shares. After consulting with friends and his parents, Jay declined the offer and stayed with IBM. He has regretted it ever since. That small company was Microsoft.” Source: Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: How to Better Manage Feelings of Regret

How to Make the Most of Your 24 Hours via @zenhabits

Leo Babauta writes ‘so many of us feel a scarcity of time: we feel rushed, like there’s not enough time to do everything, always behind, never feeling like we’re doing enough. This problem is called “time scarcity,” and it’s one of the most common stresses in our society. So how do we deal with this?’ Continue reading: How to Make the Most of Your 24 Hours – zen habits

Why You Need Instant Gratification, According to Science

We spend about 43 per cent of our day doing things without thinking about them. For many of these habitual behaviours, we don’t recognise them as such. However, these learned behaviours are necessary for living our life.

Wendy Wood

I’m a huge fan of the book The ONE Thing. In it, the author Gary Keller talks about the idea that you really don’t need to be as disciplined as you think. Why? Because you only need enough discipline to start a habit and the habit then takes over. Go to the source: Why You Need Instant Gratification, According to Science

Resolutions for a Life Worth Living: Attainable Aspirations Inspired by Great Humans of the Past

Life-tested wisdom on how to live from James Baldwin, Ursula K. Le Guin, Leo Tolstoy, Seneca, Toni Morrison, Walt Whitman, Viktor Frankl, Rachel Carson, and Hannah Arendt. Source: Resolutions for a Life Worth Living: Attainable Aspirations Inspired by Great Humans of the Past

Committing to Joy via @TaraBrach

What makes joy rare? How do we awaken this beautiful capacity to embrace life? In this talk Tara explores the obstacles to joy and the attitude and practices that free us to “love what is.”

Why the Secrets You Keep Are Hurting You

My partner always says ‘you’re only as sick as the secrets you keep’. True? She’s always right. :-D

Go to the source: Why the Secrets You Keep Are Hurting You

5 Small Ways to Reconsider Your Life’s Meaning

In defense of not following your dreams. Source: 5 Small Ways to Reconsider Your Life’s Meaning

The #1 Question To Ask Yourself in 2022

Empower yourself now and into the future. Source: The #1 Question To Ask Yourself in 2022

How to Make Good New Year’s Resolutions

It is easier to make them than to resolve them. Source: How to Make Good New Year’s Resolutions

btw, if you’re looking for ways to make 2022 your best year ever, check out this lesson from Brian Johnson.

Do you do it or does it do you via @alanwatts

How to Play The Game of Life

How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation

5 steps to a better mindset and a better outcome. Source: How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation

What’s Your Emotional Range?

Are you truly living or merely surviving? Source: What’s Your Emotional Range?

Awakening from the Trance of Unworthiness: An interview with @TaraBrach and Dr. Mark Hyman

Our healing and freedom unfolds as we bring radical acceptance—a mindful, allowing presence—to our moments. This interview looks at how we wake up out of the stories that keep us in fear and self-doubt, and discover a true intimacy with ourselves and our world.

Tara Brach

How to Love Yourself

Discover science-based ways to love yourself more (and why it’s important that you do!). Source: How to Love Yourself

Facing the Truths That Keep Us from Love via @tarabrach

We look at the often unexamined societal conditioning that, when unseen, perpetuates caste systems that harm ourselves and all involved. Source: Facing the Truths That Keep Us from Love

The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth About Extraordinary Results via @the1thingbook

Want to learn how? Read the book…

How to Use The Domino Effect to Get Results

A single domino can bring down another domino that is actually 50% larger. Read about practical steps how you can implement the Domino Effect in your life. Source: How to Use The Domino Effect to Get Results – Timewiser.com

Why You Should Assume Everyone Is Stupid, Lazy, and Possibly Insane (Including You)

Realizing everyone you meet is massively flawed isn’t cheery, but it explains a lot. Source: Why You Should Assume Everyone Is Stupid, Lazy, and Possibly Insane (Including You)

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