Hi! I'm an involuntary millennial. And here are some things which made me broke, depressed & lonely even if I grew up in this most amazing time of abundance and infinite possibility. I want to share this with you for two reasons: a) To help you get a better understanding of millennials and b) help … Continue reading A Millennials Confessions
The cause to many of our problems are deeper that the symptoms on the surface. The Root Cause to Addiction = Isolation *** Science focuses on what we can see. When scientist can not "look under the hood" of things and SEE what's actually happening concretely, it's all WO-WOO to them. The cool thing is that … Continue reading New Tools – New Truths
"We consider morality to be the vast realm of social actions, intentions, emotions, and judgments aimed at providing benefits (and preventing damage) to people, society, and the world beyond the self." - William Damon Nelson Mandela used his 27 years in prison to “educate himself and other inmates, sharpen his capacities as a moral and political … Continue reading Ideals & Morals
Some quotes & comments: “One needs something to believe in, something for which one can have wholehearted enthusiasm. One needs to feel that one’s life has meaning, that one is needed in the world.” - Hannah Senesh (Hungarian-Jewish poet & hero) PURPOSE Purpose is scientifically defined like this: “Purpose is a stable and generalised intention … Continue reading Purpose
“I learned this at least by my experiment; that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavours to live that life which he has imagined, he will meet with success unexpected in common hours. If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they … Continue reading Hope
“What the preschoolers did as they tried to keep waiting, and how they did or didn’t manage to delay gratification, unexpectedly turned out to predict much about their future lives. The more seconds they waited at age four or five, the higher their SAT scores and the better their rated social and cognitive functioning in … Continue reading Self-Control
“Whatever you're meant to do, do it now. The conditions are always impossible.” - Doris Lessing Which brings me to this quote by the great Ali. “Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men and women who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the … Continue reading Whatever you’re meant to do. Do it now.
Find it difficult to commit to large goals? Start small. Look to the next horizon and commit to something that feels believable, doable. In may 13th, I decided that I was going to write 100 blog posts. They didn't have to be great, even good. I simply wanted to feel how it feels to write. … Continue reading Post #100. Climb Small Mountains First & The Feeling of Reaching a Destination
Start with focusing on your inner life. No matter how much money you have in the bank and no matter where you live, there is something that is universal for all of us... our inner lives... we all have to deal with our own thinking, our own emotions, our past... Your overall wellbeing will be … Continue reading Post #97. Focus Your Inner Life First
We all want different things... We want to be entrepreneurs, authors, athletes, doctors, businessmen and a lot of other things... But it’s really essential to ask deeper questions to define what you’re really looking for in that thing, goal, achievement, title, circumstance... And you might just see that “that thing” can be found in many … Continue reading Post #71. Are We Digging For Gold With Our Pockets Full of It?