I want to grow, but I don’t want to burn out. That’s why I would rather do a little thing consistently forever than a big thing in one shot.
Make music that makes others want to weep, to laugh, to create. Inspire others by being inspiring. Teach young people to do amazing things. Write a play, get others to act in it, record it. Empower others to do things they’ve never been able to do before.
Memories never forget. Memories make up who you are. But you can’t let your past seep into your future and ruin any prospect of happiness that you have.
Research suggests that 92% of New Year’s Resolutions fail. Why?
Have you ever wondered why some people realize their potential while others who are just as talented don’t?
Drinking less: Just… just… no.
Reinvention is occasionally necessary, and can often be for the best. The trick is in striking the right balance.
Start writing down your thoughts. Even if you know you won’t be faithful to a journal, it’s amazing to be able to look back at yourself from a year ago and see how much you’ve grown or changed.
Eating your veggies first, then the rest of the things on your plate (so you’ll be less hungry for buttery mashed potatoes or BBQ pork).
28. Light a candle