Few people report having one, singular life purpose. That’s a myth that grew out of the time in which we were trapped in the jobs of the tribe or village; you had to choose to be a baker or a blacksmith, and because you died young, in your 20s or 30s, you had to choose quickly.
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My 5 Rules of Life: 1. Have vision for your life. 2. Believe in your ability to figure things out. 3. The third rule of life is to have fun no matter what, chasing your dreams. 4. Be patient but persistent. 5. Love and respect others playing the same game.
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Every beautiful person that you think about, there’s a unique characteristic to them. It’s not just about how they do their hair or what they wear or if their makeup is perfect. It’s like there’s something about them that you’re like, “That’s a unique character. I don’t know exactly what it is but I can tell they’re genuine, alive in who they are and they’re demonstrating their unique and true spirit to the world.” That’s sexy. That’s beautiful.
I believe that one of the great marks of personal power and spiritual power is the ability to apologize and to forgive. Often those things are seen, for some weird odd reason, as ‘weak’ things. “Oh well, I don’t want to apologize to her because that will make me look weak.” Or, “I’m not going to forgive him because if I forgive him then that gives him the power.”
Life blooms when we take responsibility for our full human experience. To be personally responsible and self-reliant means we have to get our sh*t together and decide to have command over these five areas: 1. Our Aim. 2. Our Attention. 3. Our Attitude. 4. Our Affections. 5. Our Actions.
Some people are busy at work, but their busywork isn’t their life’s work. They’re doing the wrong thing and they knew they should have gotten out of there five years ago, but they didn’t have the guts to face themselves in the mirror and say today is my day, and make the decision to leave.
What happens when your dreams are broken? How do you continue chasing your goals when you can't even afford a burrito?