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Scott H Young

Scott H Young
I recently had a chance to sit down with a friend who has been doing incredible things with his career and business. He offered to sit me down, walk through my current operations and help me figure out a strategy to take things to the next level. We ended up talking for a little over an hour, and the chat ended with a concrete plan for the next twelve months to redefine my strategy and mindset. It’s hard to say the impact this conversation will have, but I’m optimistic—the last time I had a serious chat with this person, it led to creating Learning on Steroids, which ended up saving my business and allowing me to go full-time as a writer. This person is incredibly busy and charges a lot for his time. Most people I know would have killed to get this kind of personalized advice, yet they probably won’t get it. Mentors Matter Because Most Knowledge is Hard to Write Down I’ve been lucky. Mentorship is incredibly important and it can shave years off your learning curve. This isn’t fair.

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What is Lifestyle Design? What are you planning to do when you retire? Do you hope to travel, spend time with friends and family, take up new hobbies or volunteer to support a cause? How long will it take you to retire? For average people, it takes about 45 years, if you live that long. Maybe you’re hoping to retire sooner, in 30, or 20 or even 10 years by working hard. Why does it have to be that way? Is being happy simply a matter of habit? Gertrude Stein had a routine of driving into the French countryside with her beloved partner to view cows. The American writer, poet and art collector needed to gaze upon one – the right kind of one, reportedly – in order to feel calm and happy. She would get out of the car, set up a camp stool, paper and pencil in hand, hoping for inspiration to write, while Alice Toklas took a switch to a cow to coax her into the author’s line of vision. If the cow didn’t suit Ms.

The Ultimate Men's Summit Expand all Collapse all Recorded on Friday, June 10th 2011 • A Blessing for the Insatiable Soul of Men with: Robert Bly • What is 21st Century Masculinity? with: Stephen Dinan, Lion Goodman Study Hacks - Decoding Patterns of Success - Cal Newport On Sam Harris and Stephen Fry’s Meditation Debate February 19th, 2019 · 44 comments A few weeks ago, on his podcast, Sam Harris interviewed the actor and comedian Stephen Fry. Early in the episode, the conversation took a long detour into the topic of mindfulness meditation. Harris, of course, is a longtime proponent of this practice. Personal Development - UrbanMonk.Net - Part 2 Mourn every relationship, right now, even if it is still strong. Experience the loss, the pain, the anger, the guilt. Live through it purely, and then all that remains – whether it lasts for an hour or for a hundred years – can truly be savoured and lived freely. What is kindness?

47 Decent Lifestyle Design Resources 79 Email Share Email Lifestyle design (LD) has a lengthy past but a short history . The art of (sometimes radical) lifestyle configuration, however, has been practiced for quite sometime by liberated people from all walks of life. 40 Belief-Shaking Remarks From a Ruthless Nonconformist If there’s one thing Friedrich Nietzsche did well, it’s obliterate feel-good beliefs people have about themselves. He has been criticized for being a misanthrope, a subvert, a cynic and a pessimist, but I think these assessments are off the mark. I believe he only wanted human beings to be more honest with themselves.

Tapping World Summit 2012 Nick Ortner on How to Rewire the Brain with EFT Have you attended the Tapping World Summit before? Are you excited about this year’s event? Are you ready to finally experience the change you’ve been waiting for?

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