Hello September Quotes Images: -I m a believer of ‘do what you’re passionate about’, but I’m also a believer of ‘do what you’re good at.’ The sweet spot is right in the middle — a job that you love, and are also good at. Ramit Sethi, the or of I Will Teach You To Be Rich, says that work and passion go both ways. He says that when we get really good at our job, we often become passionate about it. I m not saying that productivity tips are useless. In fact, I’ve written about productivity tips that improved my output. What I am saying is that the best solution for procrastination is doing meaningful work. And procrastination can be a sign that you’re doing something that’s not meaningful. Don’t let procrastination become a habit. After all, the worst procrastination is putting off your dreams and goals. If you’re waiting for the right time, Benjamin Franklin says: “You may delay, but time will not.” If you don’t listen to me, listen to him. Ever since I was little, I worried about many things. My favorite topics were money, health, and my future. What’s your favorite topic to worry about? And don’t tell me you never worry or fear nothing. Because if you have zero fear, that means you’re a robot! Everyone spends time thinking about things that will never happen. Because that’s what fear is.
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Michel de Montaigne, the 16th-century philosopher, said it best: “My life has been full of terrible misfortunes most of which never happened.” We all know that fear is meant to save us from trouble. But in the modern world, that’s simply not true anymore. These days, fear is only something that occupies your mind. Our thoughts are so cluttered with fear, worry, and stress, that we can’t focus on our goals. In my personal experience, living a full life has nothing to do with the resources or opportunities you have. It’s about knowing what you want, and also knowing how you can get it. That’s why you need to be focused every day. Without work, no goal will ever be achieved. That’s why I want to share one ancient habit that stood the test of time. This habit has proved itself over and over again.
I m not a spiritual person. I believe in coincidence and luck. I also don’t believe in some kind of spiritual energy that we can’t see. I m a pretty skeptical person. But I’m also a pragmatist. I believe in what works. That’s why I never challenge religion or spirituality because it works for millions of people. In fact, I study religion, cultures, and different beliefs that people have. And one thing that I’ve learned from religion is how useful a Mantra is. Most of us have heard about it, but few of us have one or, let alone, actively practice it. What is a Mantra, anyway? A good definition I found online is this: “A “mantra” is a sacred utterance, a numinous sound, a syllable, word or phonemes, or group of words in Sanskrit believed by practitioners to have psychological and spiritual powers.”
Mantras exist (in some shape or form) for centuries. You can find them in Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Christianity. I’ve learned that people from all over the world use a Mantra to overcome fear and improve their focus. It doesn’t matter who came up with it first. What matters is that it works.