Theres an untold secret to happiness which took me years to grasp.
Proximity is often the driver of success. In this post, I tackle this thought that has been on my mind of recent.
It’s that awkward time of the year again, October. 2018 has come with many smiles and many challenges. I have recapped what I have learnt thus far.
I love sucking the juice out of life, but to make sure life doesn’t suck the juice out of you, it is imperative to have a re-optimisation strategy.
One minute I'm watching conspiracy theories, the next I'm indulging in how your brain hallucinates your sense of reality -- welcome to my average scroll through the information vortex that is YouTube.
Happiness is a touch and go subject. It is something that I think about often in relation to everyday life and what it is that creates happiness. Should we even be chasing it, is the real question?
Don't underestimate the power of small wins. Seemingly small victories that propel you forward and ensure progress is, in fact, being made.
Proximity is crucial to transforming your life. If you are in proximity to great people, content and environments -- there is no reason you can't achieve a level of success that you envision.
New Year's resolutions? Think again. I believe resolutions can halt progress and set you back -- you should be looking at your habits in 2018 and how they are holding you back. Habits define us.
Being my true, authentic self, has improved the quality of my life in numerous ways. I'm sure you'll learn a lot from my theory on how Natures Filter works.
KNOW THYSELF. Understanding who you are and what you are made of is the greatest asset you have -- many of us, however, don't even know where to begin.
After Dan Harris, the host of Good Morning America, had a complete meltdown on air, he searched for a solution to the voices converging in his head that ultimately lead to his mental stutters. He wrote a book called 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works— although the title does sound a tad misleading, it couldn’t be more true. Hearing about his book lead me to Headspace which ultimately got me into meditation.