3 Rewarding Books I Read (At Least) One Page from Every Single Day.

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Insightful wisdom worth rehashing for a lifetime Source: https://baos.pub/3-rewarding-books-i-read-at-least-one-page-from-every-single-day Photo by MART PRODUCTION: https://www.pexels.com/photo/a-man-in-green-knit-cap-sitting-on-a-bench-reading-a-book-7252753/ By: Neeramitra Reddy A whopping 6000+ thoughts zap through our brains daily. So even the most valuable of ideas and insights get lost in the stormy sea of our minds. Only through regular rereading will such goldmines stay alive — lodging deeper and deeper into […]

11 Strange Questions That Might Change How You Live

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Source: https://medium.com/personal-growth By: Sinem Günel Photo by nikita on Pexels They’re challenging but worth answering. If your life is anything like mine, you’re answering dozens of questions each day. You’re replying to emails and text messages, are completing forms, and are probably even explaining the same things daily because your colleagues or clients usually ask the same […]

Boring Things You Can Do to Make a Lot More Money and Work Less

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Photo by Diyar Shahbaz on Unsplash Source: https://medium.com/ By: Tim Denning “Filthy rich and burned out sucks. Moderately wealthy and free is heaven.” Those who understand money, understand the universe. But life isn’t all about money, although mastering it can sure make things more interesting. That’s the challenge with money. Making more money is boring so it’s easy to never […]

5 Things People Regret Later in Life

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Editorial rights purchased via iStock Photos Source:https://medium.com/mind-cafe/ By: Sean Kernan Don’t get caught living in your own haunted house. You’ll be surprised by some of the things you regret. It is often random scenes, moments that shouldn’t be significant in the grand scheme of life, but cling to your psyche like a disease. There are other, […]

5 Stupid Productivity Tips That Usually Don’t Work

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Source: https://medium.com/personal-growth By: Sinem Günel Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko from Pexels I started to study productivity when I was 20 years old and ever since tried any “productivity hack” under the sun. Yet, I still make mistakes, I mindlessly scroll through news feeds, and “waste time” each week. And what I noticed is that many “productivity tips” make us feel […]

The Real Enemy Is Yourself. Here’s How to Win the War Against Your Three Biggest Enemies.

Photo by Sammy Williams on Unsplash Tim Denning https://medium.com/ When we learn how to tackle all three, optimal productivity can be reached. Self-improvement isn’t about comparing the best morning routines. Or your favorite place to take a cold shower and read the 4-hour workweek. The only person you’re up against in life is you. Mental illness taught me that. For […]

The 17 Habits Of Truly Wealthy People

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Source: https://medium.com/yardcouch-com Photo by Ali Pazani from Pexels “Every luxury must be paid for, and everything is a luxury, starting with being in this world” — Cesare Pavare In November 2020, I read a book that changed everything: Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals: Thomas C. Corley It is my favorite book at the moment because […]

5 Things You Stop Doing When You’re Finally Ready to Change Your Life

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Source: https://medium.com/mind-cafe By: Ayodeji Awosika Photo by Matt Heaton on Unsplash Even if you’ve spent a ton of time in your life making the wrong choices and failing to live up to your potential, there can come a day when you just finally decide to change. What’s different about that moment or those sets of moments that lead to […]

Welcome to the Reign of Introverts

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By: Burgess Powell Source:https://medium.com/change-your-mind/ Unsplash: Valentin Kremer (edited by Burgess Powell) Through technology, the world has been reshaped to benefit introverts. Expect the balance of wealth and power to shift accordingly. For as long as I can remember, and seemingly for all of human history, being an extrovert was better. They sweet-talked their way into […]

The Secret to Happiness is Acceptance.

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Photo by Jared Rice on Unsplash Source: https://medium.com/the-ascent/ By: S. Kaur Happiness isn’t a constant — it’s an ever-evolving state, mirroring the constant work that goes into the practice of acceptance. I want to first acknowledge that this piece is written from a point of privilege. I have a roof over my head, I have food in my […]