Set a Problem to Solve

Set a Problem to Solve

As Jay Shetty says on Think Like a Monk: “happiness comes from solving problems”. Instead of focusing on staying in the current state of affairs, think of how you can solve a problem of it, and enjoy the journey towards solving it.

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Accept Who You Are

It’s hard for us to think we are enough in a world in which if you are not as perfect as people on social media you are a failure. Even though, we must understand that social media is not real life, and your life sucks as much as other’s. Therefore, you shouldn’t be hard on yourself when you don’t feel as other people seem on social media.

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Feel Grateful For What You Have

Are you focused on what you lack? Wouldn’t it be better to focus on what you have? If you take the other pathway you’ll never be satisfied, because there will always be something new to achieve.

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  • If at the time of reading this you cannot organize it in less than 5 minutes, start making your bed when you wake up. From there, your perspective will change.

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Develop a Routine. Create a series of events that you always perform before doing a specific task.

  • Step 1: Start by doing something so easy that you can't say no to it. Your pre–game routine tells your mind, “This is what happens before I do ___.
    ”For example, In my writing routine I start by getting a glass of water. So easy, I can’t say no.
  • Step 2: Your routine should get you moving physically towards the end goal. Your mind and your motivation will follow your physical movement.
  • Step 3: Follow the same pattern every single time.

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