Ever feel like standing up, flipping off your boss and pulling a Jerry Maguire? Or firing all your pain-in-the-ass clients? You’ve probably heard of the concept of f*ck you money—the amount of money that would put you in a position to be able to do this (theoretically, of course). What that number is depends a lot on who you’re talking to. Exactly How Much Money is F*ck You Money? Most people equate f*ck you money
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Our Collection of Observation Quotes “I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking.” Christopher Isherwood “Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life.” Marcus Aurelius “All of us are watchers – of television, of time clocks, of traffic on the freeway – but few are observers. Everyone is looking, not many are seeing.”
Walking in solitude provides a chance to explore, quiet our minds, mull over ideas and conceive new concepts. The very act is a counter to the relentless pace of life in modern society where we’re overstimulated and bombarded with information, requests and notifications. Here are some famous thinkers from history who were habitual walkers. 1. Henry David Thoreau Henry David Thoreau, author of Walden, was one of the world’s most famous walkers. An advocate
The opportunism of the flâneur is great in life and business—but not in personal life and matters that involve others. The opposite of opportunism in human relations is loyalty, a noble sentiment—but one that needs to be invested in the right places, that is, in human relations and moral commitments. The error of thinking you know exactly where you are going and assuming that you know today what your preferences will be tomorrow has
Self-determination theory (SDT) is a school of thought in psychology that explores the motivations behind people’s choices and how they relate to psychological needs. It looks at how we make decisions when there’s an absence of external influence. A self-determined individual is essentially someone who: Takes responsibility for their own actions Feels in control of their own behaviors, decisions and life direction Validates themself and finds motivation from within Makes decisions based on their