The most powerful thing you can do for everything in your life is emotional. Some things may be more powerful, but they are not for everything in your life. But, if you want to do one thing to improve everything in your life, then it will be to have emotionally good vibes—always.
We don’t need loads of hyperactive energy or so-called “positivity”; just make sure your emotions net a positive at all times. When a thought derails you, abandon it no matter what! Positive emotions mean you are always “more happy”. Then, like airplanes lift, you will always rise. · · · →
Patience is not the same as ambivalence. Action comes into play after patience has been exhausted. So in a sense, patience is a threat. When someone is being patient with you, action is in the making if you don’t improve.
Action has repercussions. People will retaliate against your own action; patient people will act against your inaction. But the longer you act patiently, the stronger your position. So when you act, act with patience. Then, your position will keep growing stronger. Patience tells when to act: when the road stretches on with patience both behind and in front of you. · · · →
The most important thing you can do is vibe. Thinking happy thoughts all by yourself will do more to change the world than a thousand invitations from the UN—and that only makes sense if you think about great marketing for a terrible product.
Your contact with people is only as good as you yourself. If you are toxic, then you will be poison to anyone you come across. But, the smell of something sweet can carry through a breeze for miles. If you simply be a truly uplifting person, people will build a road through mountains to find you. · · · →
There’s a reason nice guys finish last. It can be good to be nice, but niceness is not the only part of a well-balanced character. The will to jump for cash is frowned upon by many moral-minded “better-thans”. So much evil is done in the name of so-called “virtue”. Even the desire to be a good person often cloaks a feeling of superiority.
So, that hesitancy to leap at the chance to make money—was it really, purely virtue? Or, was it a way to feel holier than others while staying inside the comfort zone? Earning money is also virtuous. · · · →