“Putting things off is the biggest waste of life: It snatches away each day as it comes and denies us the present by promising the future. The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today…The whole future lies in uncertainty: Live immediately.” — SenecaFor us
“The only luck in the world is the luck you create for yourself.” — Napoleon Hill “The amount of good luck coming your way depends on your willingness to act.” — Barbara Sher In the real world, the more you misuse your time, the more misfortunes you invite into your life. When
Time is precious. Time is priceless. We can make up for lost money, but we can’t make up for lost time. Choose wisely!
When it comes to achieving extraordinary success in any area of life, taking a slow and steady approach is the key. Never forget that if you truly want to win whether at work or in life, it’s always rewarding to be the tortoise, not the hare. When we focus
Stress is not inherently bad, however, when you don’t limit it and tackle it well, it can transform into distress, which can be unhealthy and difficult to go through. You need some tension and constructive stress to live well. After all, growth and antifragility come from struggle. You become
“Stress + rest = growth. This equation holds true regardless of what it is that you are trying to grow.” ― Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness, Peak Performance The key to long-term growth, whether it be in your mindset, bodyset, heartset, or spiritset, is to achieve a good balance between stress and rest.
Successful and prosperous people are always focused — they set big goals for themselves, and hence, they know where they are going and consistently take steps to get there. Instead of repeating misaligned, hamster-wheel patterns like the majority, they walk on the path of Essentialism, which is nothing but a