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“Good judgment comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgment.” - unknown
"Anything worth doing is likely to be painful, dangerous or unpleasant at least some of the time, but it provides a lot more lasting satisfaction than sitting at home in a padded room, eating candy."
"I’ve found my passion is not for a specific thing but to the idea of been able to have many short-term passions. Plus, when things get very complicated and boring my natural response is — OK NEXT!"
Rejection is better than the friendzone
Dont let what you are stop you from what you could be - Jordan Peterson
It is better to be engaged in the Solution of complex Problem than to not have a problem at all
1. Aim at the highest good
2. Tool yourself into something that could attain it
3.Go outthere and manifest it in the world
Lege Dein Handy weg, nachdem Du dies hier gelesen hast. Steh vom Sofa auf. Nimm Dir ein Blatt Papier und schreibe drei Dinge auf, die Du für ein besseres Leben haben willst. Noch besser… klebe Bilder von Deinen Träumen auf eine Pinwand. Frage Dich jeden Morgen, was Du heute machen wirst, um Deinen Träumen näher zu kommen. Frage Dich jeden Abend, ob Du wirklich das getan hast, was Du Dir am Morgen versprochen hast. - Was kann ich tun, um mein Leben zu ändern?
"Saying that you're a nice guy is like a restaurant whose only selling point is that the food doesn't make you sick. You're like a new movie whose title is This Movie Is in English, and its tagline is "The actors are clearly visible." - 6 Harsh Truths That Will Make You a Better Person
writing not only helps you to understand what’s going on and to crystallize your thoughts, it actually makes you think of new ideas and come up with solutions to your problems. - Why You Should Start a Blog Right Now
"I Do Not Like That Man. I Must Get To Know Him Better" - Abraham Lincoln
"You’ll start getting the results you want when you ACT like the person you want to be." -
And, when you ask MMM now what he's figured out about happiness, he tells us that to have a great life, you just need to put together a string of enough great days. While everyone's great day is different, Pete's includes time outside, exercise, time with family, socializing with friends and some hard work. - The Medicine of Mustachianism
“I realized that everything around me existed because someone put in the work to make it exist. Then I realized that if I wanted something to exist, I could make it happen if I wanted to. And then I wondered about all the great things we don’t have, that we could, if only someone were to make them happen. What a different world that would be.” - Joshua Levy
"Fall in love with some activity, and do it! Nobody ever figures out what life is all about, and it doesn't matter. Explore the world. Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough. Work as hard and as much as you want to on the things you like to do the best. Don't think about what you want to be, but what you want to do. Keep up some kind of a minimum with other things so that society doesn't stop you from doing anything at all." ― Richard Feynman
"Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from." — Seth Godin
"Every time you experience a sense of disappointment or difficulty - in other words, every time your tolerance threshold is being exceeded - it's a message from your sub-conscious that there is something here you need to learn to do better." - What are small facts about psychology?
"So while thousands of Jack’s Todays will, to an outsider from far away, begin to look like a complete picture, Jack spends each moment of his actual reality in one unremarkable Today pixel or another. Jack’s error is brushing off his mundane Wednesday and focusing entirely on the big picture, when in fact the mundane Wednesday is the experience of his actual life." - Life is a Picture, But You Live in a Pixel
"Nothing too good or too bad stays that way forever, because great times plant the seeds of their own destruction through complacency and leverage, and bad times plant the seeds of their own turnaround through opportunity and panic-driven problem-solving." - The Big Lessons From History
"If you went back in time before your birth you'd be terrified to do anything, because you'd know that even the smallest nudges to the present can have major impacts on the future. Applied to today, a reminder that how you live each day really does matter. It changes the future." - Tim Urban
"I find a Buddhist framework, including the Secular Buddhist framework, to be very useful. It's based on the fact that nothing exists independently, that everything results from causes and conditions. You can't have a book without paper, a tree, rain, a cloud, etc. (example commonly used by Thich Nhat Hanh). Separateness is an illusion, and both Buddhist meditation practices and psychedelics foster awareness of this. We tend to misperceive ourselves as separate, static, and unitary, but really we are interconnected/inseparable, constantly changing, and a collection of elements (mental, physical). We're more like a process than an object, verbs instead of nouns. And that's true of both animate and inanimate things. This misperception is the source of our suffering, and experiential insights into this alleviates suffering. Kindness, compassion, and acting ethically all make sense in this framework since we are so inextricably interconnected with the world we live it, we are it. Intentionally causing harm doesn't make much sense in this perspective. This is fully compatible with a scientific worldview and does not require any supernatural beliefs, but it also provides a deep sense of meaning." - Existential questions after a trip