One thing to remember is that your current situation, whether good or bad, didn’t develop overnight. It took you your entire life, to get to where you are and who you are today. And you still have the rest of your life, to try to get to where and who you’d rather be. It’s the end of the first week of a new year. Have you taken the time to do an annual life audit yet?
Great moments often catch us unaware, beautifully wrapped in what others may consider a small one. The story of The Cab Ride from the Anthony Robbins newsletter nearly moved me to tears. It’s a simple but powerful story about how the smallest acts of kindness you make can have the biggest effect on somebody else’s life.
In any given moment, a man’s growth is optimized if he leans just beyond his edge, his capacity, his fear. David Deida says a man has to lean beyond his edge, and stretch constantly if you want to own your fear and your life (his book The Way of The Superior Man still stands highly recommended, read my review here).
Have you forgotten what makes you magical? The people who love you still know. Take a moment to reconnect with the magical parts of you that you might have left behind. Liz shows you how to remember the magical parts of yourself.
Make your goal your identity. Once you do, people around you will start to agree and the support will move you toward where youâ€™re going. Liz reveals how to think like a millionaire and be what you want to be.
Thereâ€™s a deeper level of courage. It makes you stronger with each move you make. It makes you fall in love with yourself. It makes you fall in love with your life. Christine Kane’s not going to let anyone get away with easy excuses – she gives you 66 ways to build your courage.
Be undeniably good. I love the quote by Steve Martin in point 10 of 37signals’ 10 ways to “get ink”.