10 Differences Between Successful and Unsuccessful People Everyone strives to be successful, but it doesn’t always come easily. The people who do end up reaching their highest potential always possess certain qualities and habits that allowed them to get there which separate them from those who don’t. Here are 10 differences between successful and unsuccessful people! 1. Embrace change vs. How to Use 43 Folders A very simple guide to leaving here quickly so you can get back to making something awesome. Ask yourself… Why am I here right now instead of making something cool on my own? Charles Bukowski's Top 10 Tips for Living a Kick-Ass Life Looking for some pointers on how to live an awesome life? Take it from Charles Bukowski, an American author, poet, short story writer, and novelist who shared his unfiltered views and opinions with the world on everything from art to death. He was a renowned and prolific writer, often depicting the experiences of the downtrodden and depraved people of American urban life, and he provided plenty of great tips on how to spend your days. But don’t just take my word for it, soak up the wisdom with this valuable advice from some his most well-known quotes.
Can't Stand Meditation? This Technique is For You. A consistent meditation practice is a struggle for even the most experienced of meditators. For some reason it’s difficult to bring yourself to sit down and quiet the mind despite knowing that it’s the best thing for you. I was talking about this phenomenon with my good friend Phil Drolet of The Feel Good Lifestyle and he replied with a novel solution. “When you go to the gym, do you just do bench press the entire time?”Tweet
Top 20 Banned Movies of All Time #1 Dorlita In The Passion Dance Dorlita in the Passion Dance (1894) might have been the first film ever to be banned in the U.S. More than a decade before Hollywood studios were even operating, this short film was banned in New Jersey after it began to appear in peepshows and burlesque houses. #2 Reservoir Dogs Although it’s not discussed much in the press anymore, Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs(1992) was so controversial in Britain that censors prevented it from being released on VHS. This only served to help the indie flick’s box office, since stopping people from viewing the movie on tape led to its healthy theatrical run for years after.
How to Sharpen Your Powers of Observation: 6 Steps Edit Article Edited by Devan Braden, Teresa, Dreamboy, BR and 9 others Observation is a whole brain skill. The art of asking: or, how to ask and get what you want. — Architecting A Life What does it take to ask for what you want—and then get it? There seems to be a magical art behind creating a great ask, and we all know stories of people who seem to get exactly what they want whenever they ask. Magicians who bend and will the world to their ways. Why is this? What are they doing that no one else seems to be doing? How do they ask for what they want and seem to get it every time? Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control Monarch Programming is a method of mind control used by numerous organizations for covert purposes. It is a continuation of project MK-ULTRA, a mind-control program developed by the CIA, and tested on the military and civilians. The methods are astonishingly sadistic (its entire purpose is to traumatize the victim) and the expected results are horrifying: The creation of a mind-controlled slave who can be triggered at anytime to perform any action required by the handler. While mass media ignores this issue, over 2 million Americans have gone through the horrors of this program. This article looks at the origins of Monarch programming and some of its methods and symbolism. NOTE: This article contains disturbing elements and might trigger Monarch survivors.