“Don’t fight a battle if you don’t gain anything by winning.”
- Erwin Rommel
Will you live forever? If not, you need to prioritize how you spend your time – and who you spend it with.
Too many people waste their time and lives fighting to change people who don’t actually matter to them.
One of my very strong core beliefs is, I will serve the lovers – not the fighters.
Read the full article: The Lovers and The Fighters
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.”
- Henry Ford
Question: Have you ever been faced with a decision and said to yourself “I can’t do that”?
Read the full article: Why I Hate The Words “I Can’t”
“You are your greatest asset. Put your time, effort and money into training, grooming, and encouraging your greatest asset.”
- Tom Hopkins
Question: Do you think that improving yourself is becoming more or less important ?
Which direction do you think the world is going?
Read the full article: The Best Way To Spend Your Time
“I’d rather live life than watch somebody else living it.”
- Al Jourgensen
The average American spends over 30 hours a month online (and I know many people who spend much more than that).
Over a quarter of that time, 8 hours a month on average is spent on Facebook.
What I found fascinating though is I recently read that when you are on Facebook, you are far more likely to comment or like other people’s photos and status updates than to post anything on your own.
The most popular activity on Facebook?
Browsing the newsfeed (mostly looking at pictures) and other people’s profiles.
Many of the other top websites (and apps) – Youtube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram – share this in common with Facebook: they are built for watching.
They want you to sit there and passively read, watch or otherwise absorb whatever they are showing you.
For all those websites, they want to increase how much time you spend on them because you are the product.
Read the full article: Spectator Depression: Killing Your Dreams By Watching Others Live Theirs
The weather was beautiful as I headed out with a friend to the trailhead one afternoon. My hiking backpack loaded with snacks, water and medical supplies was on my back, and a light breeze coasted over the mountains
We parked on a sleepy little side street, applied our sunscreen and entered the trail marked by dirty pink ribbons. After climbing sideways through a few switchbacks we made it onto a small clearing. We could see the ocean, mountains in the distance, and our destination straight ahead: the summit at the end of the trail.
Read the full article: This Is The Bridge – And I Must Cross It
Do you know the failure rate for New Year’s Resolutions? So many people set them, but how many people fail to keep them?
A recent surveys showed 88% of resolutions end in failure – despite most people believing they will achieve their resolutions!
I also discussed in a previous article the week when more resolutions are broken than any other: you guessed it, the first week of the year.
What can you do to make sure you don’t end up as one of those statistics?
Here are three concrete, research and experience backed strategies you can use to keep your resolutions – unlike most people. And if you’ve already faltered, don’t worry – you can still use these strategies!
Read the full article: How To Actually Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions