1. Financial Freedom Quotes About Hard Work It’s not about money or connections. It’s the willingness to outwork and outlearn everyone. Mark Cuban I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have. Thomas Jefferson Money grows on the tree of persistence. Japanese Proverb At least eighty percent of millionaires are self-made. That is, they started with nothing but ambition and energy, the same way most of us start. Brian
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Quotes About Walking All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking. Friedrich Nietzsche Meandering leads to perfection. Lao Tzu Above all, do not lose your desire to walk. Every day I walk myself into a state of well-being and walk away from every illness. I have walked myself into my best thoughts, and I know of no thought so burdensome that one cannot walk away from it. Søren Kierkegaard My father considered a walk
In life, I’ve seen benefit from: Talking to strangers. Some of my best insights have come from people I just met. A few of my best friendships and relationships began with impromptu interactions. Asking questions. As Malcom Forbes said, “One who never asks either knows everything or nothing.” I’m hyper aware there’s lots more that I need to learn. Just trying stuff. I’m all about tossing ideas out there and seeing what happens. The
Intermittent fasting is a cycle of fasting and feasting. You eat, then stop. Eat, then stop. There are many different approaches, but the most common is to simply compress your eating window (typically 14-16 hours of fasting followed by 8-10 hours of feasting). When I tell people about the benefits I’ve experienced from intermittent fasting, their interest usually peaks… …until the point where the realization hits: You actually have to stop eating for a
Perception is subjective. Everything we experience is reconstructed by our individual minds to create uniquely different versions of reality. We tell ourselves a story that dictates how we think, and over time, we become that story. If you’re going to practice escapism (which we all do in one way or another), why not do it in a healthy way? Utilize your escapism to help bring you closer to building a life you don’t need
The chat that transpired took me on a brief trip down memory lane. That conversation stuck with me, as all good ones do. I decided to create this post as a running tab of the thoughts that come up as a result of this question. I’ll update it over time. If I had a time machine, here’s the advice I’d give to my younger self: Don’t seek security, seek randomness. In Mr. Davies’ 12th grade