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The only way you can even come close to living out all the ideas you have in your head is to actually work on them one at a time. https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/2016/08/12/irony-of-focus/

It doesn’t matter what your background is. It doesn’t matter what the specifics of your situation are. The core principles for financial success are exactly the same. http://www.thesimpledollar.com/the-forest-and-the-trees-of…/

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You're going to have to fight for every single thing, forever and ever. It's really unlikely that they will pick you, anoint you or hand you the audience and support you seek. http://sethgodin.typepad.com/…/the-lottery-winners-a-secret…

Whether we’re aware of it or not, we basically move through life in one of two ways, and each of us has a favorite. http://www.raptitude.com/…/the-two-ways-to-move-through-li…/

You don’t have to be tucked away at a retreat or be free of responsibilities to live in the present and appreciate the little things. https://www.headspace.com/…/5-unexpected-things-that-can-h…/

You’re probably already doing one.
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Reconciliation after competition is more a masculine than a feminine trait. http://www.economist.com/…/21704779-reconciliation-after-co…

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Science is getting to grips with ways to slow ageing. Rejoice, as long as the side-effects can be managed. http://www.economist.com/…/21704791-science-getting-grips-w…

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Nerds are trying to “reinvent” fitness much as they are trying to reboot everything else. http://www.economist.com/…/21704834-silicon-valleys-geeks-a…

Silicon Valley’s geeks are trying to turn themselves into jocks
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It's clearly difficult to gain the trust and attention of customers. Which is precisely why it's the best way to build an asset. http://sethgodin.typepad.com/…/three-things-about-good-jobs…

Learning from the patterns and the people who have come before, though, is the only way any of us advance. http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_b…/…/uniquely-unique.html

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Machine learning isn't just for simple tasks like assessing credit risk and sorting mail anymore -- today, it's capable of far more complex applications, like grading essays and diagnosing diseases. With these advances comes an uneasy question: Will a robot do your job in the future?
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Why you might want to consider throwing away your rose-tinted spectacles and adopting a glass half-empty outlook. http://www.bbc.com/…/20160809-why-it-pays-to-be-grumpy-and-…

Being bad-tempered and pessimistic helps you to earn more, live longer and enjoy a healthier marriage. It’s almost enough to put a smile on the...
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Although we might actually be trying to feel better by putting on a happy face for others, pretending always backfires in the end. http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/…/why_it_doesnt_pay_to_be_a…

Christine Carter always tried to meet other people’s expectations—until she realized how out of sync with her own wants and needs she’d become.
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The number one key to doing what you love is to keep your horizons as open as possible and try lots of things, even if they seem completely strange or completely different than what you dreamed about. http://www.thesimpledollar.com/the-myths-and-realities-of…/…

All’s not lost for those who struggle to have happy and healthy relationships with the people closest to them. Here are five tips to get you through the heat. https://www.headspace.com/…/five-tips-for-surviving-your-f…/

Leave the drama to Family Feud.
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Are you trying to start a business or even a Side Hustle? Look around. Opportunities are everywhere. http://chrisguillebeau.com/get-paid-to-catch-pokemon/

Unconventional Strategies for Life, Work, and Travel
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Most of the things that we do have two possible outcomes: they might work or they might not. Being able to live with the possibility of either is essential if we're going to move forward. http://sethgodin.typepad.com/…/08/the-two-risk-mistakes.html