The morning will come, even if you don’t believe it coming. It might be a sunny, cloudy, or rainy morning, but you can make it great if you choose to.
The night will come, even if you don’t want it to come. You will be surrounded by darkness, but you can always find a light—or create one yourself—in the dark.
External things change over time; it is up to you how to perceive your surroundings.
“Eat well, live well” – This is the tagline of one of the Japanese food companies. Ironically enough, this company produces MSG.
If we want to eat healthily, we can’t rely on large food companies or national grocery stores. With the right knowledge, we have to find healthy ingredients.
Commercials and advertisements can be a con game. What we can always rely on are our intelligence and judgment.
When we overthink, it often prevents us from taking actions.
It’s not always a bad thing. For example, if you want to stop an impulsive purchase, force yourself to write down all options for the item you want to buy. Once you start listing them, you would think, “Well, it might not be the right time to buy this stuff. Let’s stop working on this boring task and do something else.”
That is one of the weird ways how our brain works. Too much thinking and planning often take away your brain power to take actions.
So don’t think too much when you want to do something good for you. Figure out one action, and do it impulsively. Keep focusing on the most important thing without overthinking. Then you’ll gain momentum very quickly.
We feel like we wake up every day, but that might not always be true.
We often get trapped by the past or worry about the future, instead of focusing on what we can do now.
We often stick to “I’ve got to,” instead of pursuing “I get to.”
We often regret what we’ve lost, instead of being grateful for what we have now.
These are all the signs that we don’t live the present moment; we’re just daydreaming.
Wake up and live now to the fullest. That’s the only way to turn your dream into reality.
What’s your real personality?
It’s not something you can define by personality tests or astrology. There are more than 7 billion people on this planet, and there is no way to categorize their personality into 12 types, or even 100 types.
When you see people, especially yourself, don’t oversimplify. People (and you) are much more complicated—and therefore interesting and amazing—than you think.