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50 Life Secrets and Tips Memorize something everyday.Not only will this leave your brain sharp and your memory functioning, you will also have a huge library of quotes to bust out at any moment. Poetry, sayings and philosophies are your best options.Constantly try to reduce your attachment to possessions.Those who are heavy-set with material desires will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. Possessions do end up owning you, not the other way around. Become a person of minimal needs and you will be much more content.Develop an endless curiosity about this world.Become an explorer and view the world as your jungle. Read “Zen and the Art of Happiness” by Chris Prentiss.This book will give you the knowledge and instruction to be happy at all times regardless of the circumstances. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could boldly display 50 life secrets and tips on your wall to serve as a beautiful, daily reminder of how to live a Higher Existence?
simplicity blogs | theextraordinarysimplelife The world is desperate for, even envious of, people living purposeful lives that are free from fear. – Jeff Goins In a reflection about the past couple of years, I evaluated the heaping piles of reading material and bookmarked blog posts consumed on simplicity and minimalism. It’s quite impressive, really. When I am intrigued by something, somehow every orifice of the earth is excavated to hunt and gather books, movies, articles, websites and blogs that fill my internal subject file with wisdom. I’m stopping short of calling this simplicity quest an obsession, but lately as I scan my bookshelf, it feels it might be heading in the direction of “dog with a bone land”. I decided to ask myself why. Why do I feel compelled to read the thoughts of people who have successfully pursued a more simple lifestyle? The simple answer… I’m looking for courage. I’m mining the minimalist masses for inspiration and stories of change that mattered. Intention. What it comes down to is this: I can do hard things.
Self Help Techniques that Work Traits Of Highly Successful People Rating: 8.2/10 (185 votes cast) We have all read about people who are successful briefly. They win a gold medal, make a fortune, or star in one great movie and then disappear. My focus and fascination is with people who seem to do well in many areas of life, and do it over and over through a lifetime. These are the people who inspire me! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. These traits work together in combination, giving repeatedly successful people a huge advantage. This article was originally written by Philip Humbert and can be found here
5 Simplicity Blogs I Highly Recommend | The Other Side of Complexity I’m always looking for resources that will help me live the life I want to live. Whenever I find good stuff, I like to share it. If you’re interested in subscribing to blogs that deal with simplifying your life so you can focus on what’s most important, you may want to try one of these five: (I’ll list the blog & authors, then let them describe their content.) 1- Joshua Becker / becomingminimalist.com “After a conversation with my neighbor on Memorial Day 2008, we decided to become minimalist and intentionally live with fewer possessions. 2- Brooke McAlary / slowyourhome.com “Call it simple living. 3- Courtney Carver / bemorewithless.com “Be more with less is about simplifying your life and really living. 4- Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus / theminimalists.com 5- Leo Babauta / zenhabits.net “Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives. At risk of sounding obvious, we deal with Simplicity here on The Other Side of Complexity, as well. You may also enjoy:
22 Killer Personal Development Resources You're Missing Out On You’ve got the personal development itch once again. You know the feeling. Maybe you want to be more productive, finally tackle that goal of yours, or start waking up earlier. So you go to Google or your favorite personal development blogs. And that’s it. Sometimes you find what you need, but you still have a sense that there’s got to be more. And that’s where you get stuck. Today I hope to change that by sharing with you 22 of the killer personal development resources you’re missing out on. 1. I know, you thought Reddit was just for gamers, atheists, and students – but that’s a misconception. 2. Mindbloom.com is a nifty personal development web application. 3. Lately, it seems there have been hundreds of eLearning websites popping up across the web. 4. There are plenty of ways to motivate you to work out, but the app Gympact does something quite clever and unique. Okay, so plenty of you know Ted already, but do you remember the first day you discovered it? 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14.
Seven Weird Habits That Will Change Your Life Some habits will help you live a better life. They’ll help you improve what’s already working or help you fix what’s not working very well. But what about habits that completely change the game entirely? What are the questions that uproot your beliefs, shake them from its roots and move you into a bigger pot? These are seven habits that won’t just improve your game, or help you “level up.” Regularly engage in time travel. These are just a few habits I’ve found that have made a huge difference for me. So now my question for you is this: What habit has made the biggest difference for you? photo courtesy of platinum Share: Get everything you need to finally leave your job for good. The first few weeks of the Job Escape Kit has already produced some outcomes Iâ€™d never thought Iâ€™d see in my whole career.” ~ Nick Burk
SLT050: Our Top 20 Simplicity Websites - Simple Life Together It’s our 50th episode and we wanted to pass on our Top 20 simplicity websites, and also our favorites for minimalism, lifestyle and more! You know, we have so many resources available to us these days that sometimes it’s hard to separate the wheat from the chaff, as the saying goes. It’s nice to have one source that you can go to in whatever interest category you have. So, we wanted to put together an episode and talk about some of our favorite websites and blogs that helped us on our journey, and still do…our Top 20 websites! Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Main Topic: We’ve talked about many of these before and even had some of the authors on the show, but we want this show to be a tribute to them and a resource for you. Minimalism: Becoming Minimalist: Joshua Becker (listen to our interview with Joshua on Episode 11)Zen Habits: Leo BabautaThe Minimalists: Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus Simplicity: Lifestyle: Lifehacking/Productivity/Tech:
50 Must-Read Personal Development Bloggers That’ll Change Your Life Tired of reading the same blogs over and over? Looking for fresh articles to read? A new angle on your favorite personal development topics? I got you covered! As much as I love writing about this subject, I can’t take credit for everything I write. Much of my knowledge on self-development came from reading these great writers and thinkers. Unfortunately there’s no way for me to rank these bloggers objectively and accurately. What this list lacks in ranking, however, it makes up for in quality. Follow these Personal Development Bloggers for Your Daily Dose of Wisdom, Inspiration, and Step-by-Step Instructions for World Domination 1. I’ve been a fan since I read the 4-Hour Workweek and I now have his other books, 4-Hour Body and 4-Hour Chef. From Tim, I learned that having many options isn’t always better. Favorite posts: 2. Maria Popova. Maria Popova isn’t your usual self-development blogger. 3. 4. 5. Leo Babuta writes about habits and living a minimalist lifestyle. 6. I was intrigued. 7.
Do You Lack Discipline? Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on Twitter. One of the biggest problems people face is the lack of discipline — they have goals or habits they want to achieve, but lack that discipline needed to stick with it. Then we beat ourselves up about it. We feel crappy because we can’t stick with it. And that leads to more failure, because we’re forming a mindset that we don’t have the necessary discipline. Here’s what to do when you face a situation like this: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. —If you liked this article, please share it on del.icio.us, StumbleUpon or Digg. 2014 Categories & Nominees — 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards 2014 CWA Calendar January 1 – September 30, 2014Nominate your favourite Canadian weblogs. November 12 – December 3, 2014A volunteer jury chooses the top five weblogs in each category using our ten criteria for content and design. December 5, 2014The 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards nominee shortlist is announced. December 5 – December 12, 2014The volunteer jury chooses the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each category using our ten criteria for content and design, plus points for category fit and a registered domain name.December 15, 2014The 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards winners are announced!
Practical Happiness Advice That Works | The Positivity Blog Be Kind Kindness is the state of caring about other people’s well-being and taking action to help make other people’s lives better and happier. It is a social glue that allows us to connect with others and build meaningful relationships with them When someone does something kind for us, we like them more and we want to cooperate with them more. When we do something kind for someone, we earn their trust and respect, and we feel better about ourselves for being a good person. Kindness is a reciprocal relationship. The more we practice kindness, the easier it is. Every thought and action we do fires neurons in our brain. Here are scientifically supported ways we can increase our kindness toward others. Get your intentions right Having good intentions is the first step toward being kinder toward others and building positive relationships with them. Cultivating the right attitude about others is often necessary before we start acting in kinder ways. See from the other person’s perspective