Blocked Away Due To Distractions

Blocked Away Due To Distractions

The majority of busy-being-busy people, who are addicted to distractions, worry, shopping and other stuff are missing out on life and don’t have the clarity to realise that.

They end up creating a field of hurt due to repressing their emotions, as they are removed from the reality of life. Their repressed toxic energy blocks them from their creativity, productivity and new opportunities.

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In the old TV show Happy Days, the main protagonist literary jumps the shark and goes into history as a metaphor for driving oneself towards irrelevance.

Many great companies which used to be cool, have now lost the plot, lost their magic, by resting on their laurels and due to a lack of constant innovation.

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Key to longevity: Your conversations
  • Your daily behaviour is a reflection of your deepest beliefs.
  • Your social orbit (the people you hang out with, and their mindset about life and health) affects your behaviour and your beliefs.
  • People who feel old will make you feel old.
  • Hang out with young people, people who think, behave and eat differently.
  • Even if you cannot hang out with 20-year-olds with fire in their belly, find people who have a growth mindset and are living life as an original.

Due to our survivalist instincts, our brains are not wired towards gratitude, and we have a negativity bias as a default.

Learn to cherish the beautiful moments and connect with nature, and your loved ones, rather than running towards external success, or buying new toys looking for false gratification.

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