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Slow down and appreciate what resonates with you

It’s easy to become a consume-it-all monster and mindlessly read, watch and listen to everything internet has to offer. Slow down and appreciate what you are consuming. If you feel touched by a piece and resonate with it give credit to people who spent hours producing that work. Your ego may want to keep the credit for yourself but once you share the work and let people know who created it and how it impacted your life it becomes more personal, more authentic and more appealing to people.

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MORE IDEAS FROM A Heartwarming Way To Appreciate People

Be the change that you wish to see in the world. ― Mahatma Gandhi

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You know what fires me up and keeps me going? Hearing the words “you inspire me.

You may be whining in your mind now, why should I spend my time, appreciate people and share this and that? Why should I write a comment about something I read? Why should I disturb people and recommend something that I liked? Nobody has ever recommended or appreciated my work, nobody texted me and said I liked your blog post.

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Throughout history, some individuals got to play bigger roles than others. Among them, Martin Luther King, Jr. taught us that the success of a cause depends directly on the involvement of the people who joined it.

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The Five Steps To Becoming a Digital Nomad
  1. Reduce and eliminate expenses that will be left behind when you set our to travel, they will only get in your way.
  2. Develop skills to work as a digital nomad. It doesn't necessarily have to be a blog but any skill that you can work remotely with is fine.
  3. Decide on a destination. Do your due diligence and look into the place's safety, security, and quality of life.
  4. Set goals, create a plan, and always have a backup plan.
  5. Join a digital nomad community.

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