No explanation needed.
One more, one more, one more.
Make eye contact, touch, sing. These things re-connect us when we are digitally disconnected.
It isn’t a 30-day plan or a six-week programme. Complacency can creep in at any time. If it does, forget judgement of yourself and your lack of willpower. Just calmly start again. Success can be found within each and every day.
Going hard every day isn’t a badge of honour. It’s masochism.
Is a part of the work. If progress toward the end goal appears slow, that’s fine, so long as the process is filled with genuine intent to improve. Life is in the doing, not necessarily the completion.
Hustle isn’t about giving it 150% for a day. Daily drip feeding always wins over the long run. Tortoise and the hare.
And slowly build up volume. When life throws you off, get back on the horse.
All you have to do is ride out the storm. Let go of your expectations for more, for better, for rapid improvement. Time will allow you to put the pieces back together.
To be loved by few than noticed by many.
Is a privilege.
In the end love is all that really matters. Show compassion for others, and crucially, yourself (without the latter you can’t do the former).
Pick something you know little about, but are interested in. There’s entire courses provided for FREE by the top universities in the world.
You are younger than you think.
To your own rules. See below.
Live in it fully. Cut distraction, commit to a length of time. Be in the work first, and the work will follow.
You’re doing the right things. Seems obvious, but our desire for change can cause us to ignore the great things that are happening right under our noses.
Is building on the difficult things you’ve already done.