Here are some things that are actually a little bit healthy for you to worry about — consider them now, before you are forced to learn the hard way.
What if we could train ourselves to see our world with fresh eyes every day? What if a picture of driving into New York City in the rain could always leave us awestruck?
Your need for perfection.
These are the characters we abhor but they should be the ones that we admire. Because they’re realer than any hero out there.
People with a fixed mindset fear failure, which constricts their abilities to learn, experiment, and improve.
We were taught “you can be anything,” and we heard “you have to be everything.”
Don’t swear off marathons at mile 21! When you’re feeling the most stress at work or during a big project, you’ll also be feeling the biggest urge to make a poor choice.
Even if organization doesn’t come easily to you, with a little practice these tips can quickly become habit.
But when you engage in first principles thinking, you discard existing knowledge and explore it on your own. You question everything you think you know until you reach a “first principle”—an absolute truth that doesn’t have to be explained by another.
Stop beating yourself up for not having a man, a fling, or a casual hookup at every moment of your life and instead make those breaks productive.