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When you struggle to focus, it means you are not serious about your goals, likely because you have no real need, no sense of urgency, no deadline.

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If you can't write down in simple words what you want, the years will pass, and your life will stay the same. When you truly know what you want, you suddenly start noticing opportunities everywhere. Position yourself intelligently, you will catch them with a minimum of efforts.

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Get rid of your pride and leverage all the technologies available. If you spent years studying tools that ended up obsolete, cut your losses quickly, move on to the next bet. Life is a journey of reinventing yourself over and over again.

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Regularly meet up with ambitious, optimistic people who will push the boundaries of what you thought you were capable of achieving.
You don't need to agree with each other about everything, you just need to respect each other and share similar long-term goals.

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You cannot be the best at everything.
Don't try to do everything by yourself.
Succeeding with people you enjoy the company is more fun than succeeding alone anyway.

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Learn to relax to make better decisions.
Many people 'waste' years undoing mistakes they could have avoided with a clearer mind.
Step back when you feel like you might be part of the crowd.
Make sure you allocate yourself enough time alone to evacuate the noise of society.

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Don't forget that the whole point of being more efficient was to get more free time to do what you truly enjoy.
So many people forget that they didn't want more money, they wanted more quality time with their family, they wanted a less stressful, healthier lifestyle.

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🍀 Finding the right person:

The right person isn't someone you cannot live without, it's someone that adds value to your life, but you are still the sole responsible for your own happiness. The right person isn't someone who can read your mind. Get rid of your unrealistic expectations. Learn to communicate better, with calm and maturity, not defiance and anger. The right person isn't going to stay the same over the years. You grow, you change, and so do they. Make sure you both have a clear, long-term, compatible vision of who you want to become, and you will find your way. The right person is a human being just like you, with ups and downs. You cannot expect them to be happy all the time, but you shouldn't settle down with someone who only brings negativity either. Everyone has to do their own journey alone first, let them do it. The right person will not seek to control you. They will let you grow into the best version of yourself, because they are confident in their ability to do the same. They are not insecure that you might outgrow them. The right person isn't the right person just because you feel comfortable around them. Some people are just good at making everyone else feel comfortable. Don't jump to conclusions too quickly. The right person is not following you from behind, they are walking alongside, as a partner you respect and hold in high esteem. You are not supposed to "be one." Stay independent, you are simply walking the long journey of life together.

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You don’t get wiser by reading books written by wise people

you get wiser when you take the time to self-reflect on your “unfortunate” circumstances

until you understand that you were never a victim, that you are responsible for where you are, that you choose where you will be.

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Easy to get financial opportunities once you are rich

Easy to get invited to private events once you are influential

Easy to connect with interesting people once you already succeeded

Life isn't fair: the more you have, the more you get

Don't complain, learn to play better

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It's understandable why people don't want to hang out with you unless you are happy and self-confident first.

It's just draining to be around people who have a negative view about everything, who spend their time complaining, who never make any effort to become a better person.

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There are many smart and talented people who will look back on their journey once they are old,

and realize they "underperformed" because they failed to maintain a clear enough mind to execute, day after day, their long-term ambitions.

Don't just let life pass, stay focused.

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You look back, and you realize that being rejected by the people who couldn't see your potential, was actually a gift.

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You don't attract the people you want to work with by chasing them around, but by working on yourself first, then by yourself on an ambitious project that they will want to be part of.

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"The value of a college education is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think."

-- A. Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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"One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful." - Sigmund Freud

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Getting out of bed in the morning can be a challenge for many people. Here are some steps to help you ease into the day:

1. Consistent Sleep Schedule: Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. This can help regulate your body's internal clock.

2. Gradual Alarm: Consider using a wake-up light alarm clock. These simulate a sunrise, gradually filling your room with light over a set period, which can help gently wake you up.

3. Start with Deep Breathing: Before you get out of bed, take several deep breaths. This can oxygenate your blood and help wake up your brain.

4. Stretch: Do some light stretching while still in bed. Stretch your arms, legs, neck, and back to get your blood flowing.

5. Hydrate: Keep a glass of water by your bedside and drink it first thing when you wake up. It can help kickstart your metabolism.

6. Avoid the Snooze Button: It can be tempting, but hitting the snooze button can actually make you feel more groggy.

7. Natural Light: Open your curtains or blinds as soon as you wake up. Natural light can help signal your body it's time to be awake.

8. Positive Morning Routine: Establish a morning routine that you enjoy. This can be reading, meditating, exercising, or even listening to music.

9. Avoid Electronics Before Bed: The blue light from screens can disrupt your sleep cycle. Try to put away electronics at least an hour before bedtime.

10. Stay Active: Regular physical activity can help you fall asleep faster and enjoy deeper sleep.

11. Mindset: Shift your thinking from "I have to get up" to "I get to start a new day". A positive mindset can make a difference.

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🤔💼😩 Imagine you have something very important to do, but you don't feel like doing it. 😫📌 The weight of the task looms over you, and you find yourself caught in the grasp of procrastination and lethargy. 🤷‍♂️ As time slips away, you realize that not taking action could result in missed opportunities, a sense of disappointment in yourself, and the nagging feeling that you let an important moment slip through your fingers. 🕰🙅‍♂️🤦‍♀️ Don't let those precious chances escape! Seize the moment! 🚀🌟👊

🌱🧠 Start Small:
Scientific Reason: The "Zeigarnik Effect" suggests that our brain tends to remember and focus on unfinished tasks more than completed ones. 🔍🔗 By breaking a task into smaller steps, you create a sense of closure with each completion, reducing the mental burden and allowing your brain to concentrate more effectively. 🧩

🕒 Set a Timer:
Scientific Reason: The "Pomodoro Technique" capitalizes on our brain's attention span. 🍅 Our concentration tends to naturally wane after a certain period of focused work. The Pomodoro Technique leverages this by encouraging short bursts of focused work (around 25 minutes) followed by a brief break, maximizing productivity without mental burnout. 🚀🔥

🌄🌿 Create a Ritual:
Scientific Reason: Our brains love patterns and associations. 🧠🔄 By establishing a pre-task routine, you're essentially creating a conditioned response that primes your brain for work. This concept is rooted in "classical conditioning," where a specific stimulus (your ritual) triggers a desired response (increased focus and motivation). 🎯🌈

🎯🌟 Visualize Success:
Scientific Reason: Neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to rewire itself, plays a role here. 🧠🔁 When you vividly visualize yourself successfully completing a task, you activate neural pathways associated with that accomplishment. This primes your brain to feel more confident and motivated, as if you've already achieved the goal. 🚀🏆

🎁🧪 Reward Yourself:
Scientific Reason: The brain's reward system, driven by the release of dopamine, plays a pivotal role in motivation and learning. 🧠💥 By promising yourself a reward, you're essentially "hacking" this system. When you complete a task and receive a reward, your brain associates the accomplishment with a positive feeling, reinforcing the motivation to continue. 🏅🌈

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