Category: Personal Philosophy

Live Like No Else

Live Like No Else

If you will live like no one else, later you can live like no one else.” ― Dave Ramsey November 2011 I lived like everybody else. I woke up at 5:30 am to get on a train at 6:10 am, so I could be on time at work. Walking to the train station, I prayed […]

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Live Like No Else

Live Like No Else

If you will live like no one else, later you can live like no one else.” ― Dave Ramsey November 2011 I lived like everybody else. I woke up at 5:30 am to get on a train at 6:10 am, so I could be on time at work. Walking to the train station, I prayed […]

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War and Your Circle of Influence

Thumbnail photo by Alexandr Podvalny from Pexels I live 500 miles from Kjiv, and the best I can do is to avoid media. The war in Ukraine was no surprise to me. I’m Polish....

Your Beliefs Create Your Reality: The simplest method to discover your subconcious beliefs

Photo by SHVETS production from Pexels Your beliefs create your reality. There was a time in my life when I had sneered at such statements. Pshaw! Beliefs! Anything else? Maybe a Santa Claus or a tooth fairy? Oh, my old, ignorant, stupid self. A tooth fairy may share a lot of features with beliefs — nobody saw them in real […]

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Every Human Can Be Grateful All the Time

People have a really hard time when trying to develop a gratitude practice. Quickly, they “run out” of the things they are grateful for. I say, we are like fish who don’t notice water around them. We have the whole ocean of things to be grateful for.

Getting Bored with Habits vs. Living More Spontaneously

Getting Bored with Habits vs. Living More Spontaneously

Hi. Meet reality. It looks like this:(The Slight Edge chart) Only what you do consistently over a long period matters. The consequences of your spontaneous actions are irrelevant in the long run. Today you spontaneously decide to sit on a couch and binge-watch a series on Netflix. Tomorrow you spontaneously decide to go for a […]

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How Will Good Habits Give Me Benefits in the Future?

How Will Good Habits Give Me Benefits in the Future?

Extrapolation based on experience First of all, thanks to my good habits I will have a future worth looking forward to. Habits compound. Bad habits lead you into a worse future. Good habits led you into a better one. This is the reality: By the way, this is how I discern between good and bad […]

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Most Commmon Reasons Why We Quit (and what to do about it)

Most Commmon Reasons Why We Quit (and what to do about it)

The reasons why we quit may be various and most of them come down to the wrong motivation. The way you articulated the question makes the most obvious reason for abandoning your habits: Chasing Novelty Humans have this natural (for us!) tendency to chase novelties. Why? I don’t much care. It is what it is. […]

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Podcasters

The 7 Podcasts I’m Listening to Regularly

There is a plethora of podcasts out there, but there are only 7 podcasts that I subscribe to on my iPhone. I’ll tell you why those specific shows are part of my personal space and I’ll finish with 6 podcast episodes that were mind-blowing for me.