I wanted to be named All-Ivy my senior year of football. Played well but missed by a few votes. Learned that the difference between achievement and failure can be razor-thin. Everything you do matters.
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When I look back at my writing from 10 years ago, or 5 years ago, or even 3, 2, or 1 year ago, I can see refinement and evolution of clarity. If you're practicing intentionally, you get better over time.
Founding CEO of "Breather". Raised 120 $ mln for it. Founder +CEO of Practice. Executive coach. NYT bestselling author. The book "Flinch" wrote in collaboration with Seth's Godin project Domino's.
Jack grew his Twitter account to >100k and Instagram > 200k Earned 1 mln $ in 2020 and build strong community In 2021 he “rocks” with NFT sales of his art His NFT “Fame” is on sale for 42,330 ETH (guess in $)
the majority of people do them without realizing it on daily basis.But in case you still wonder how to make a damn bad decision here is a recipe:
The “self-image” sets the boundaries of individual accomplishment. It defines what you can and cannot do. Expand the self-image and you expand the “area of the possible.”
In a way, meditation could be one of the best tools to master your self. Once you master yourself you can master your life.
Fear is gravity, always telling you to take the easier path, and always downhill. Walk uphill: It is the door into awe and freedom. "
This Stoic practice is designed to provide a catalyst for change towards becoming an ideal human being. Of course, this is a never-ending quest.
Taking control of your desires will help you to stop the train of desires before it leaves the station and builds a full head of steam