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  • mariemazzabi22has quoted3 months ago
    is obvious that time is the most precious currency in your life.

    That's why we should start living and not just existing and waiting for the "right time" without being aware is that every minute that passes is never coming back

  • omamaarshad25has quoted6 months ago
    sports psychology. This branch of psychology is dedicated to helping amateur and professional sportsmen and women reach the top of their personal sporting game.
  • ejekukorkhas quoted6 months ago
    Through our work in the field we’ve come to discover that fulfillment isn’t a moment in time – a destination – but the experience of enjoying the journey towards a destination that you deem valuable.
  • Elisa Skelhas quoted5 months ago
    Success to me is not about money or status or fame, it’s about finding a livelihood that brings me joy and self-sufficiency and a sense of contributing to the world.

    The meaning of your success is the answer of what drives you to success...
    Always have time for things that are meaningful to you

  • Omkar Sharmahas quoted14 days ago
    Dig a well before you are thirsty.
  • Jacqueline Zepedahas quoted4 months ago
    The good life needs to be balanced by achievement and meaning in order to actually feel good,
  • Cheska Alfarhas quoted2 months ago
    The good life needs to be balanced by achievement and meaning in order to actually feel good
  • b1448194353has quoted2 years ago
    managing your stress and eliminating distractions to give you more attention and managing your body and mind to give you better quality attention.
  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    How Our Minds, Society, and Neurosexism Create Difference

    Cordelia Fine, PhD

    New York • London
  • Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    Of all difficulties which impede the progress of thought, and the formation of well-grounded opinions on life and social arrangements, the greatest is now the unspeakable ignorance and inattention of mankind in respect to the influences which form human character. Whatever any portion of the human species now are, or seem to be, such, it is supposed, they have a natural tendency to be: even when the most elementary knowledge of the circumstances in which they have been placed, clearly points out the causes that made them what they are.

    —John Stuart Mill, The Subjection of Women (1869)
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