Be confident

This Video of the marvelous Channel School of Life gives a interesting and motivating look on the matter of confidence.

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Practise, practise, practise! [video]

Long term consistency trumps short term intensity!

Take care of your default mindset [video]

The speech/text by David Foster Wallace alone is already absolutely incredible, but the video makes it even better. Enjoy and take something out of it:

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Goals for 2014 [video]

Not much left to say, enjoy the video:

And enjoy New Years Eve!

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People are still awesome! [video]

And yet another People Are Awesome Video, this time featuring the awesome track Sail by Awolnation!

Keep in Motion

Rick Mereki, Tim White, Andrew Lees

Many people have this idea of how to live a happy life: Create a surounding that pleases you, a house, a familiy, expensive car…or whatever. And as long as you live within this surounding you’ll be happy.

Well, this sounds like a not-so-bad life. But in my opinion stagnation is never a way to a fulfilling and happy lifestyle. On the other hand when you keep in motion and keep your life shifting, it doesn’t become boring and you don’t get used to it. Life is often pictured as a journey and I think it should be lived like a journey. So don’t stop halfway. Move on.

I’m not talking about dramatic changes every two and a half week. This would be rather contra-productive. But as life goes on you’ll figure out your personal frequency of change and movement you need in your life…

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Learn

Rick Mereki, Tim White, Andrew Lees

 

Learning is a key element in our entire life. Learning doesn’t end with school or university. It’s essential for gaining experinence, becoming open minded or getting a change of perspective. So don’t be afraid of using any possiblity to try new things. It may be much easier to stick with the familiar but it surely doesn’t lead to a life wich can be called “fully lived”.

So get out there, travel, try something new, learn….

/robin