Top 37 things dying people say they regret. The 20 Things You Need To Let Go To Be Happy. Everyone has one common goal in life: to achieve true happiness.
The biggest factor holding us back from achieving our dreams is, simply and sadly, our own selves. We put limitations on ourselves everyday, whether intentionally or unintentionally. There are so many ways we can alleviate these restraints. Remember, life can either be something you embrace or something you hide from. Stop making things complicated and just live your life. Let’s take a look at the things you need to let go of in order to become a happier person. 1. Who gives a sh*t what other people think? 2. Anger will eat at you from the inside. “Life becomes easier when you learn to accept an apology you never got.” Lay down, try not to cry, cry a lot. The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination - Peter Bregman. By Peter Bregman | 9:00 AM May 10, 2013 A recent early morning hike in Malibu, California, led me to a beach, where I sat on a rock and watched surfers.
I marveled at these courageous men and women who woke before dawn, endured freezing water, paddled through barreling waves, and even risked shark attacks, all for the sake of, maybe, catching an epic ride. After about 15 minutes, it was easy to tell the surfers apart by their style of surfing, their handling of the board, their skill, and their playfulness. What really struck me though, was what they had in common. No matter how good, how experienced, how graceful they were on the wave, every surfer ended their ride in precisely the same way: By falling. Some had fun with their fall, while others tried desperately to avoid it. But here’s what I found most interesting: The only difference between a failure and a fizzle was the element of surprise. That got me thinking: What if we all lived life like a surfer on a wave? Practice. After learning my flight was detained 4 hours, I...
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“Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.” 2. “As usual, there is a great woman behind every idiot.” 3. Dove Real Beauty Sketches. Draw My Life - Ryan Higa. Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.D.: 9 Ways Successful People Defeat Stress. Feeling stressed? Of course you are.
You have too much on your plate, deadlines are looming, people are counting on you, and to top it all off, you still have holiday shopping to do. You are under a lot of pressure -- so much that at times, you suspect the quality of your work suffers for it. You find yourself forgetting things, your thinking lacks clarity, and your creative juices refuse to flow. This is life in the modern workplace. The Most Astounding Fact - Neil deGrasse Tyson. WATCH: The TED Talk That Inspired Two Standing Ovations. Everything is Incredible. Got Hope Harvey Milk. Marc and Angel Hack Life - Practical Tips for Productive Living.
Gives Me Hope - FML for Optimists! (Inspiring Twitter-length Stories) 13 Simple Steps To Get You Through A Rough Day. 50 Lessons Life Taught Me. To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 45 lessons life taught me.
It is the most-requested column I’ve ever written. When my odometer rolled over to 50, I updated the list. Here it is: Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.When in doubt, just take the next small step.Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.Don’t take yourself so seriously. Christianity, doing it right. One of my favorite quotes. The Wisest Jon Stewart Quote We’ve Seen All Year. Ideas, Strategy & Creatives & Get into Action: 77 Thoughts on Motivation. Remember: You Can Become Great Too - wave avenue - StumbleUpon. 17 things no one probably have told you yet (comics by alex noriega) - wave avenue - StumbleUpon. Your Life. Depth Perception. Everybody's Free To Wear SUNSCREEN! (ORIGINAL) + English Subtitles.
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. Sometimes All You Need Is A Little Inspiration to Keep Rolling - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. For when you're stressed and freaking out and ready to give up. Rick Smolan tells the story of a girl. KEEGAN: The Opposite of Loneliness. The piece below was written by Marina Keegan ’12 for a special edition of the News distributed at the class of 2012′s commencement exercises last week.
Keegan died in a car accident on Saturday. She was 22. We don’t have a word for the opposite of loneliness, but if we did, I could say that’s what I want in life. What I’m grateful and thankful to have found at Yale, and what I’m scared of losing when we wake up tomorrow and leave this place. It’s not quite love and it’s not quite community; it’s just this feeling that there are people, an abundance of people, who are in this together. Yale is full of tiny circles we pull around ourselves. This scares me. But let us get one thing straight: the best years of our lives are not behind us.