It is the constant fear of being perceived as “unsuccessful” by society in terms of material wealth.
In order to become someone different, you must do something different.
Simply make decisions. Without making decisions, you will remain stagnant, lacklustre and unfocused.
In German, if someone ‘has a lot of Sitzfleisch’, it means they can endure lengthy or boring tasks until the tasks are completed.
It’s about finding the most fruitful moments and opportunities and trusting the process.
Success is not a cure for anxiety or depression. Sometimes it makes it worse.
Designating time to plan for the future is essential, as is reflecting on and learning from the past.
The quality of your life depends on how you handle disappointments.
If you are happy with the current version of yourself, perhaps the question to ask is: How can I be better than before?
A new beginning may be the thing you need to find purpose.
Focus on growth rather than goals. Have a growth mindset and the goals will follow.
Think a little less about managing your problems and a little more about managing your mindset.
Mental strength is built through small, daily victories. It’s the individual choices we make daily that build our “mental strength” muscles.
Silent acknowledgment works better when people are venting.
Yes, as long as you temper your spending and don’t go into debt.
True wealth is not about money.
The generosity of spirit is far more important than giving money.
Somebody who finds fault in everything, complains regularly and does not provide a solution
Criticism gives rise to uncomfortable emotions. Seeing these emotions as data and not as judgements helps us to be more open to criticism.
Resist looking back in regret and embrace your strengths.
The biggest cost of doing multiple things at once is a gradual decline in your productivity and happiness.
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.
Continuing with an original course of action that is no longer viable.