The obstacle is away is an awesome book written by Ryan Holiday - which... - Deepstash

The obstacle is away is an awesome book written by Ryan Holiday - which tells you that you must learn to find a way through obstacles - through obstacles only we grow into the person that we want to be. Remember " Quitter never win, the winner never quite"

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Your time is your valuable asset

At one point in time, we realize that we can't get back the lost time. While, when we are young it is really hard to digest this fact. As we get older, we begin to realize that - time is a non-renewable resource. You can get back the lost opportunity. But, you can't get back the lost time. It is actually good, now you will work harder, you will no longer feel like wasting your precious time.

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 A person who never gives up is the person who can achieve

Sometimes you feel bored, sometimes you will feel like giving up when things are not working the way you want. That is the time when you got to push harder than before - successful people have a habit of doing the boring thing again and again. Even if, they feel bore - cause, they know - if they skip even one day - they are going backward not forward.

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 You become what you think about the whole day long

Our unconscious thoughts have a profound effect on our mindset and also our behavior. We act and react based on the information that goes into our minds. When you think negative thoughts - negative events occur more often. You don't have to feel surprised at these. That is how things work- there is one beautiful saying "Garbage in - Garbage out " and that is how our thoughts work - good thoughts in - good thoughts out - Bad thoughts in - bad thoughts out. So, always be aware of your thoughts.

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Self-education is the best, education that you can give to yours

Our real education in life begins after school. In school, we are not taught, on overcoming real-life situations. And that is why we have to rely on self-education. Some of the, greatest life lessons that I have learned came from self-education, not from school education. How to create a business? How to be financially independent, so on.

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Always embrace the change

When we embrace change- we are growing, But when we refuse to embrace the change. We stop growing because change is inevitable. Stoic Philosopher once said " Ignore what you can't change and accept what you can change" And in life, we will come across many things we will not be able to change- and for that reason - we must embrace the change -Think, of this for a second. Can you go back to your childhood, if you are 30 years old now? No way! Right - so, what do you do then? You embrace the change. And move on in life.

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There is not just thing call luck or lucky star

One of the worst sins, we all commit at some point of time in our life is. We think if we would have luck then we would have achieved our dreams. But in reality luck or lucky star never really exist. You get luckier, when you endure pain, when you keep working hard on your goals, even if it get's hard - even if sometimes you feel like giving up - If you look for luck or to get luckier you will lose hope in life soon or later because it does not exist.

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Avoiding pain is the worst mistake one can make in life.

Pain is temporary, regret is permanent and forever. Why? would you want to avoid pain, when you know that pain is a teacher? When you know that it will help you grow into the person that you want to be. When you know that you will not stay forever. Someone said it so well - "Pain will leave you, once it is done teaching you"

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Remember "You can become what you want to be only when you work

London Taxi drivers had to remember the routes of London streets in order to qualify for the taxi driving license. An interesting fact has come up when a researcher scans the Taxi driver's brain on and before obtaining the taxi driving license.

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Always live in the present someday you gonna be right!

When you are living in past, you are actually playing back the past story over again and again. It means, if you are past was bad then you are bringing back bad things again and again and only to make you are self feel worst each day. When you go out of the trap of living in past. You are having more control over you are own self. And you will also feel good, not bad.

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Stop Listening To Your Emotion

Human beings are emotional creatures- we need emotion to connect with other people but at times it also comes with drawbacks. And that is, we sometimes get carried away with the emotion. It could be angrier, sad, fear and so on. It is during this time, we must learn to stand and defend our own self to stop that emotion from ruining our own life.

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Nobody cares, and if they do, you shouldn’t care  that they care

Got a new car? Nobody cares. You’ll get some gawkers for a couple of weeks—they don’t care. They’re curious. Three weeks in it’ll be just another shiny blob among all the thousands of others crawling down the freeway and sitting in garages and driveways up and down your street. 

People will care about your car just as much as you care about all of those. Got a new gewgaw? New wardrobe? Went to a swanky restaurant? Exotic vacation? Nobody cares. Don’t base your happiness on people’s caring, because they won’t. And if they do, they either want your stuff or hate you for it.

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1. Organization
  • One of the most frequently mentioned habits of those who are successful in life is organization. Such organization includes planning as well as setting priorities and goals.
  • Joel Brown, the founder of Addicted2Success.com, calls for a prioritized “To-Do List” every evening before going to bed to prepare for the next day.
  • According to Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey , Sunday is an important day for organization “getting ready for the rest of the week.”
  • Find what works for you to organize your planning, priorities and goals.

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Maximize Opportunities

Lucky people do not wait for things to happen to them.

They take notice and act upon the opportunities that they find.

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