Sunday, 7 April 2013

60 Tips for a Stunnigly Great Life

60 Tips for a Stunnigly Great Life

 60 Tips for a Stunnigly Great Life
1. Exercise daily.
2. Get serious about gratitude.
3. See your work as a craft.
4. Expect the best and prepare for the worst.
5. Keep a journal.
6. Read “The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin”.
7. Plan a schedule for your week.
8. Know the 5 highest priorities of your life.
9. Say no to distractions.
10. Drink a lot of water.
11. Improve your work every single day.
12. Get a mentor.
13. Hire a coach.
14. Get up at 5 am each day.
15. Eat less food.
16. Find more heroes.
17. Be a hero to someone.
18. Smile at strangers.
19. Be the most ethical person you know.
20. Don’t settle for anything less than excellence.
21. Savor life’s simplest pleasures.
22. Save 10% of your income each month.
23. Spend time at art galleries.
24. Walk in the woods.
25. Write thank you letters to those who’ve helped you.
26. Forgive those who’ve wronged you.
27. Remember that leadership is about influence and impact, not title and accolades.
28. Create unforgettable moments with those you love.
29. Have 5 great friends.
30. Become stunningly polite.
31. Unplug your TV.
32. Sell your TV.
33. Read daily.
34. Avoid the news.
35. Be content with what you have.
36. Pursue your dreams.
37. Be authentic.
38. Be passionate.
39. Say sorry when you know you should.
40. Never miss a moment to celebrate another.
41. Have a vision for your life.
42. Know your strengths.
43. Focus your mind on the good versus the lack.
44. Be patient.
45. Don’t give up.
46. Clean up your messes.
47. Use impeccable words.
48. Travel more.
49. Read “As You Think”.
50. Honor your parents.
51. Tip taxi drivers well.
52. Be a great teammate.
53. Give no energy to critics.
54. Spent time in the mountains.
55. Know your top 5 values.
56. Shift from being busy to achieving results.
57. Innovate and iterate.
58. Speak less. Listen more.
59. Be the best person you know.
60. Make your life matter.
~ Robin Sharma

14 comments:

  1. get your dick suck twice a day

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    1. my husband would agree.....im too busy...should read "....have someone ELSE suck husbands dick so i don't have too...."

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  2. ^haha this

    Ignoring the news is absolutely wrong
    Ignoring mainstream media is more worth while

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  3. I get quite annoyed with all this "do this" and "do that"... How about just being free of all these imperatives?

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  4. What a list, i rather think for myself.

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  5. get up at 5am every day? :-S

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  6. "Improve your work every single day" sounds a bit obsessive (depending on the person, of course - may work for you but not someone who already demands too much of themselves) and it's not the only piece of advice on this list that makes me frown. This list may work for whoever wrote it but not for me, sorry. I agree with the previous commentator who said that all these imperatives only make it worse. The real key to happiness is mindfulness. :) The ability to be still and trust life.

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  7. fuck mother of the person who posted above comment....twice a day!!!!

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  8. stunningly is spelled incorrectly

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  9. we have different ways of life that suits our existence, just live the life and wait for judgement day.

    kalas

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  10. its good to be open to your other fellow human being's ideas (listen, read this list). It doesn't mean you HAVE to accept them. They're just suggestions. Evaluate, TRY to understand the reason behind each point(most likely the author of this list had a point that he/she's wishing to SHARE with you for a noble purpose). If it doesn't make sense to you, don't accept.. but at least appreciate the intention. WISDOM/knowledge is true power.

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  11. "I get quite annoyed with all this "do this" and "do that"... How about just being free of all these imperatives?"

    Do you mean to say YOU live free of imperatives? I don't believe it for a moment. Choosing to live free of imperatives for your happiness is an imperative in itself. We all choose what's important to us in our individual lives. We create imperatives on how we want to live our lives based on those priorities, whether conscious or unconscious. Some people choose to share their personal imperatives with others hoping to help someone along on their own journey. It's not about telling others what to do.

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  12. 61. Ignore lists

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  13. Well you have those who welcome any positive influence they come across,even if they do not agree 100%, then you have those who think they already know everything LOL and that "they don't need no list!" When they are the ones who seriously do need a list because by the looks of some of the comments from them, they would rather be negative and shoot down the ideas of someone who is obviously trying to be a positive influence on them. So I say wallow in your negative ignorance, I am going to read the "The Autobiography of Ben Franklin" and "As You Think" LOL

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