We are the generation that drinks green juice in the morning and made vegan food popular. We have political opinions and source our food locally and care about the chemicals that are in cleaning supplies.
The more successful you become, the less you can justify low quality. The more focused you must become. The more consistently your daily behaviors must be high quality — and increasingly higher quality.
As we concentrate on what is important to us, we radiate positive energy (sounds new age-y, but it is true).
Successful people are the ones who have fought a thousand different times and have failed a thousand more.
Love is unique. It provides a satisfaction that nothing else can. Not money. Not fame. Not your legacy.
Success doesn’t come easy. It’s the product of dedication, talent, hard work, and a lot of learning.
Deliberately seek out new experiences, just for the sake of novelty.
I have always been a little terrified at my luck. And that’s so gross to say. Obnoxious, really.
There are a whole host of reasons that people keep themselves in lack and struggle, and recognizing which way you limit yourself is ultimately how you free yourself for good.
What I’ve learned, though, is that human beings are malleable and fluid creatures that are in a constant state of becoming.