Amazing stories

Amazing stories

Satiate your mind with success stories of ordinary people.

Watch Stan Lee’s Superhumans to really stretch your imagination, for example.

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Read great books

Books are a great way to inspire your mind and turn ideas into strategies and realities.

You can draw a lot from great minds. Inspire yourself from the work of inspiring people. Learn to stand on the shoulders of giants.

Great quotes

Quotes are a fantastic way to trade mediocre thoughts with more empowering mantras.

Find quotes related to life, motivation, inspiration, happiness and more.

Vision board

What do you want to spend more time doing? Who do you want to spend more time with? What new things do you want to learn?

Use prompts like these to imagine what your future could look like. Find suitable pictures and create a collage of your ideal life.

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

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Reframe or divert

The first step in approaching a negative situation with an optimistic outlook is to accept what you can’t change.

Once you’ve done that, you have 2 options: reframe ( look for an opportunity instead of ruminating on the loss ) or divert (shift your focus to something else).

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In less than one-tenth of a second of seeing someone for the first time, our brain processes information about the person’s face—which leads to quick conclusions about a new acquaintance’s qualities, including trustworthiness, competency, friendliness, honesty and morality.

Postponing the 2020 Olympics

The postponement of Tokyo 2020 was not a decision taken lightly: it came after the pressure to cancel or delay the event due to the risks of the new virus.
The financial blow of canceling the games will be substantial for Japan, which has already invested at least $12.6 billion into the 2020 Olympics; by some estimates, it would reduce Japan’s annual GDP growth by 1.4%.

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