Success

1 of the 50 Success Classics: Psycho Cybernetics (2000)

Psycho cybernetics is an amazing book. The book is about having a good self-image. I think introspection is the mother of self-improvement. I first read an old hardcover edition that I got through the FIU interlibrary program called ILLiad. I’ve heard from a few people that it was a good book to read. So, I at the time, I had finally got my hands on an old/original version, and so I was kind of...

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How Successful People Think

I don’t like bombarding myself with useless information. Since there’s an endless amount of information in the world, I have to discern which piece of material is worth my time and which piece isn’t. The book How Successful People Think by John C Maxwell seemed like a book that I shouldn’t read, but because of the title and the size of the book, I decided to check it out...

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Feed your best life!

I love reading articles from Dumb Little Man for all the value they give out. They have tons of articles about motivation, self-help, etc, and I stumbled upon an article that I had saved a while ago to read later. Now is that later time, and there’s such a great story in the article that I’m going to copy it here. One evening, an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes...

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Sudarshan Kriya

A few weeks ago I decided to see what the Yes!+ course was all about. It’s a course headed by the Art Of Living. It’s basically a self-help type course. It’s a course that involves yoga, meditation, and many other activities. It puts you in the front seat of how you’re living your life. You do Sun Salutations, otherwise known as Surya Namaskara which is a type of yoga...

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A life worth living. . .

Out of all the time I’ve been improving myself, I think I have finally figured out the meaning of my life. Here are my rules: Be positive. Enjoy life. Take massive action. It’s so simple. Other things like being friendly, proactive, having fun, all fit within these three things. These are my core values.

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