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Random snips.✂️

The last 2 weeks have been really busy due to exams and viva stuff. I didn’t have any idea about what to post and what I should write about so I just selected some random quote-ish snips from books and blog posts. Since I have been taking up notes from the stuff I read and listen there are a lot of things I can snip through.

Stop waiting for the ‘perfect’ time. It doesn’t exist. There’s always going to be some obstacle or commitment or responsibility that makes sticking to your goals challenging. That’s what discipline and habits are for.
👨‍🔬Stop waiting to feel like an expert. Most experts don’t feel like ‘experts.’ If you know just a little more than your audience, then you’re ready to speak, teach and motivate.
🚫And, stop waiting to feel ‘ready.’ That’s actually a sign that you waited too long to start.
There are three really big decisions you make in your early life: where you live, who you are with, and what you do. We spend very less time thinking about these decisions and then we spend a lot of time once we take the decision. You need to think properly and make the correct decision rather than making the decision and then thinking about correcting it.
📺Ignore the news- people follow the news because we need to know that breaking news right now. You don't need to follow the news true breaking news will follow you. Read the newspaper or any news feed does the headline change anything in your life. Most of the news is bad news they are constantly bombarding news about human suffering, corruption, politics, etc. It creates anxiety. Instead of going through daily news check it out weekly. Break off from the 24x7 news it's just a distraction cycle.
Deep Okayness is not the feeling that I am awesome all the time. Instead, it is the total banishment of self-loathing. It is the deactivation of the part of my mind that used to attack itself. It’s the closure of the self as an attack surface. It’s the intuitive understanding that I am merely one of the apertures through which the universe expresses itself, so why would I hate that? It’s the sense that, while I might fuck up, my basic worth is beyond question—I have no essential damage, I am not polluted, I am fine.
Work is results-driven. You work towards an outcome, which doubles as the measure of how well you’ve spent your time. In contrast, well-spent leisure should be valuable in itself. Staying active doesn’t guarantee leisure, but it should bring us alive because the heart dies in moments of sloth. If work is guided by utilitarian outcomes, leisure is driven by intuitive awareness. Leisure is not a time to retreat from the world. Rather, it’s a time for poetry, prayer, and philosophy — a chance to reflect on where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going.
Forget about the goals but instead, focus on the process. When you just have that goal in your mind you won't see any difference or progress that you are making but instead if you are focusing on the process more rather than the goals there is a higher possibility of winning. Until you don't focus on the system you are working through you are not achieving success.

That’s enough snips for today. Hopefully, next Saturday I will have an actual blog post and not the snips 😬. If you liked this post then please subscribe to our mailing list below.

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