When I turned off the television I discovered six hours a day for having a life.
Mastering the art of ‘no’ puts you in the driver’s seat of your own life.
Improving yourself and making life better for people in your life are risk-free investments that pay off big time.
All the gifts worth unwrapping come packaged in adversity. Struggle is what makes us value them.
If you feel something is lacking in your life, it may be because you’re not investing in one or more of these four things.
The most difficult obstacles to get past are the ones we place in front of ourselves.
Happy people don’t live drastically different lives. They just appreciate all there is to be happy about.
Our actions alone have the power to change our beliefs.
Narrowly defining success as more money overlooks how remarkably common it is to be unhappy and rich.
The difficult process of healing and finding the courage to get back into the fray is profoundly beneficial.
If you want to get better or make a change, then be willing to put in the work.
The point of stepping out of the limelight, like the point of going to rehab, is to return a genuinely different and renewed person. It’s not a quick process.
Either can yield profitable career results if you begin with realistic goals and expectations.
Taking responsibility for your own life is the fundamental step needed to change.
Your biggest obstacle is you.
There is a lot more to living a full life than getting your degree and paying your bills.
How to create a happy life by implementing “The Slight Edge” philosophy.
We can all benefit from practicing daily personal development. The rewards are huge for those who invest the time to grow mentally.
Personal growth is the result of accumulating knowledge over years. It rarely strikes like lightning.