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Naval on Twitter: "Health and fitness. I’m not an expert. IMHO the three big ones in life are wealth, health, and happiness. We pursue them in that order but their importance is in the reverse.… https://t.co/ln2SgVPdaJ"
Health and fitness. I’m not an expert.

IMHO the three big ones in life are wealth, health, and happiness. We pursue them in that order but their importance is in the reverse.
ama  most  important  thing  naval  mit 
august 2018 by bekishore
Freedom Is The Only Thing - Siddha Performance
We are imprisoned by our attachment to the self.

Our likes, our dislikes, our thoughts about the way things should be, our demands, our cravings, our beliefs, our opinions, our siding with this group or that, and so on . . .

...

Understand this: Your most powerful drive is the drive to be Free.

What we seek first and foremost is Freedom from all problems.

The drive for success is itself a drive for freedom from the problem of being unsuccessful.

All things are reactionary.
2018-07-20  freedom  only  thing  attached  attachment  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  like  likes  dislike  dislikes  thoughts  thought  flinch  flinching 
july 2018 by bekishore
How To Come Face To Face With God - Siddha Performance
You will see Him in the disrespectful actions of your children.
siddha  parent  parenting  for-k  for-m  for-s  for-d  performance  kapil  gupta  god  mmm  pain  only  wish  desire  onething  one  thing  story  question  q  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
13 things I learned from six years at the Guardian – Mary Hamilton – Medium
If what you do is essential to your audience, so essential that their lives wouldn’t be the same without it, then you should be able to monetise that. If it’s not, your first priority should be to admit that and then get on with changing it.
guardian  13  things  thing  list  learned  mary  hamilton 
october 2017 by bekishore
Steve Jobs saved Apple and Nike with the same piece of advice — Quartz
Every successful relationship is successful for the same exact reasons
focus  distraction  apple  steve  jobs  nike  one  thing 
january 2017 by bekishore
Marie Kondo and the Ruthless War on Stuff - The New York Times
In order to be considered tidy, you must have completed the method outlined in Kondo’s book. It includes something called a “once-in-a-lifetime tidying marathon,” which means piling five categories of material possessions — clothing, books, papers, miscellaneous items and sentimental items, including photos, in that order — one at a time, surveying how much of each you have, seeing that it’s way too much and then holding each item to see if it sparks joy in your body. The ones that spark joy get to stay. The ones that don’t get a heartfelt and generous goodbye, via actual verbal communication, and are then sent on their way to their next life. This is the crux of the KonMari — that soon-to-be-trademarked nickname — and it is detailed in “The Life-Changing Magic” and her more recent book, “Spark Joy,” which, as far as I can tell, is a more specific “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” but with folding diagrams. She is often mistaken for someone who thinks you shouldn’t own anything, but that’s wrong. Rather, she thinks you can own as much or as little as you like, as long as every possession brings you true joy.
tidy  crux  marie  kondo  stuff  war  thing  things 
july 2016 by bekishore
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