If I’m a fraud for telling mine, I wanna be the best you’ve ever seen.
We should be curious about everything in life, always and forever. No matter how small, stupid, or inappropriate for our age our questions might seem.
When you’re unaware of your biases you can’t think straight or make good decisions, because you don’t see the world as it actually is.
I want to look at life with fresh eyes and an open, un-opinionated mind. Not do things because “we’ve always done them this way.”
Life consists entirely of tradeoffs.
At some point between age 4 and 40, we get lost.
We assume finding what you love is liberating, but once you do, you’ll fight to keep doing it for the rest of your life.
Neuroplasticity is your brain’s ability to physically alter itself throughout your entire life. But it takes repeated, affirmative action to do so.
You just forgot to slow down. You just forgot to breathe.
Sometimes, they’ll think highly of you and sometimes, they’ll think you’re stupid. But they’ll always think something.
“Choose not to be harmed, and you won’t be harmed. Don’t feel harmed and you haven’t been.” — Marcus Aurelius
In The Paradox of Choice, Barry Schwartz explains how too much choice leads to four conditions that reduce our happiness. And they’re all rooted in FOMO.
At some point, consistency stops working.
As I was rinsing the bowl, I remembered this story
Uncertainty sucks. Big time. We hate it. Hate it. But we also know it’s what stands between us and the things that make life worth living.
What if, what if, what if. But what if I don’t?