You have to do both. Otherwise, your goals will not have any value.
When you are unsure what to do and the situation wins.
Letting go to the point of not caring is actually similar to trying to control everything.
Simply make decisions. Without making decisions, you will remain stagnant, lacklustre and unfocused.
It’s about finding the most fruitful moments and opportunities and trusting the process.
Think a little less about managing your problems and a little more about managing your mindset.
Silent acknowledgment works better when people are venting.
Negative thinking, fear, and lack of imagination usually restrict our potential to take risks.
Become good at not caring what irrelevant people think about you. Decide who belongs in the relevant bunch.
Having no direction is an excuse to get one step closer to a more fulfilling life.
Our own unrealistic expectations of ourselves and others makes us unhappy.
Financial discipline fosters character traits like self control, prudence, and patience.
Ask yourself what is the minimum I can do. Then, just do that.
Start the day by being true to yourself and trust your gut.
Rules are not sacred, principles are.
DAD: Never. Worrying doesn’t change outcomes. Worrying ruins your day. Worrying distracts you from the work at hand.
DAD: Your track record for getting through hard days is 100% so far.
DAD: A “reverse bucket list” reminds you of what you have already done and makes you feel inspired instead of overwhelmed.
DAD: Perfectionists are motivated to make the best choice every time. This can lead to decision paralysis.
Start with “what makes you happy” and know that there is no right answer.
DAD: We are all busy. We’ve all taken on too much. Saying yes to less is the way out.
DAD: A diary helps you to pay attention to your life and it’s a good place to keep bad ideas.
When your spending behaviour contradicts your values and goals.
Money should not be the driving factor in every decision you make. If it is, you will feel constantly stuck.