Live them. Be full of life in them. Enjoy the action and excitement from tip-off to the final buzzer. Your people are out there. Be deliberate. Cultivate good relationships. Find mentors and inspiration.
The Science of Being Well
Know when to walk away. Imagine yourself boarding a spaceship very Jennifer Lawrence in Passengers and you get to bring a few guests with you. Would you just jump on and hope that you have chemistry with the other passengers already onboard or that you will find a friend or two along the way to make the journey more meaningful? Would you curate the guest list to include the soulmates that you know will fill your journey with love and happiness and meaning and more? Milestones work. Goal posts motivate. For better or worse, we are predisposed, hardwired and trained, to understand the parameters of having a defined period to accomplish a goal and then advancing to the next round.
Sleep through the night? Is she potty trained? Did she start school? When does she graduate? What will she study in college? Is she dating anyone? Are they expecting? When will they have another? It goes on and on, a series of boxes to check, a pattern of stages, a map from start to finish.
Maybe you understand this, maybe it infuriates you. Micro changes are fine. Everything has right timing. Every day we are on the verge of making small changes that make all the difference. Just like the ocean, you have ebb and flow. No pressure really, not sarcasm , just take it on. One of the easiest ways to level up is to play to your signature strengths.
You know the stuff that makes your heart sing? Do that stuff. Do it as part of your job, as part of your free time, with your kids, incorporate it into your life. When you feel at your best, you are at your best. Stay in that zone as much as you can and apply it in different ways, in different contexts, to everything, and see what happens.
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The Science of Being Well by Wallace D. Wattles
Ce que vous devriez savoir pour devenir riche. En 17 chapitres clairs et courts, l'auteur Wallace D. How to get rich. THIS book is pragmatical, not philosophical; a practical manual, not a treatise upon theories. It is intended for the men and women whose most pressing need is for money; who wish to get rich first, and philosophize afterward.
Even then, I think this book doesn't deserve one star, but goodreads does not offer negative start ratings. Firstly, to call this book the "science" of anything is an insult to scientists, publishers and readers alike. This book is so far from science that it would make people who think the bible is credible shake their heads at its ridiculousness.
How anyone rated this book as four stars is beyond me. Even if you believe in astrology, homeopathy and imaginary friends, surely you could still tell that this book is a pile of horseshit? Alas no. To be fair, I did not read the last 2 chapters.
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But I did endure the first part and the majority of the book. How come? The truth is that I listened to the audiobook and put it on to play when I started a long hot bath at the end of a long week. At first I was determined not to spoil my treat, but after a while I developed a masochistic determination to finish this drivel, in the hopes that there might be at least one half-profound statement in the entire book.
No, at least not in the first few hours. I do admire anyone who manages to write a book and get it published, so all credit for doing that. But I also think that publishers should at least read what they publish and have some standards when it comes to labeling the incoherent babbling of a person who's clearly hearing voices in his head, as science. I guess we started this with some science books, referring to themselves as "the bible of So, in retaliation, it appears as if the lunatic fringe have now taken to labeling their notes from a crack weekend as science. Aug 02, Kawtar Tamir rated it did not like it Shelves: disappointing , science , non-fiction , medecine-biology , s , self-help , hell-to-the-no.
I don't know what I was expecting as I decided to read this book but I definetly didn't like it as much as I thought. Since the title is The "Science" of Being "Well", one would think that this would be a medical book.