Mistakes are a good thing. Understand that mistakes are like pain – they are required to become resilient. They are the key, every mistake is another key to the f***ing lock that is life!
When you are an intrinsically motivated person you are constantly thinking about, What can I give? What can I do? It’s not about what you get, your’re doing it because you love it. Do what you f***ing love…and you will be DRIVEN!
It’s not rocket science to remove toxic energy or people from your life, but people make it a lot more difficult than it needs to be. First things first, you need to ask yourself what the impact is of allowing toxic people to stay in your life in the first place?
Fasting completely changed my relationship with what health meant but also it changed my relationship with what symptoms meant. I learnt about what’s called the healing crisis.
We need to learn to control meaning.
I’ve experienced an unusual amount of death in my life, so one of the things that I’ve learned to do is choose a different meaning when people die.
A fast-paced whirlwind career in corporate America left bestselling author and stress management expert, David Ji feeling exhausted and purposeless. He quit his job and went on the journey of a lifetime. He credits his transformation to meditation and now teaches thousands of people around the world how to tap into their own sacred powers with these very simple steps.
I can typically read someone’s psychology within about 30 seconds of speaking to them, just simply by the words that fall out of their mouth. And when I say fall out of their mouth, most people aren’t conscious of what they’re saying. They’re just allowing the same old things to come out because this is the pattern of language they’ve been using for years.
There comes a time in your life when you realise everything is your fault, and that time needs to be now.
Everything in your life is your fault.
Who would agree that while fear has saved you from a lot of pain and potential personal damage, it’s also prevented you from living a much fuller life?
I think that’s where the rub is.
I have a bit of a short cut for when I’m working on a big project or am knees-deep in a creative process, it’s something I call the 90/10 rule. And this little hack has the power to take your efficiency to the next level.