Zerosophy (Main)
Zerosophy (Main)
You may not always know what to do…
You may not always know what to do, but you can always choose the type of person you want to
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Zerosophy (Main)
Find your own limits
“You won’t get very far…” “A person your age…” “You can expect to feel…” “Won’t you feel embarrassed…” Find your
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If your presence doesn’t add value, your absence won’t make a difference.
Excerpt from: Being “awesome” doesn’t mean simply existing. If your presence doesn’t add value, your absence won’t make a difference.
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Choose an authentic life that fits you
Excerpt from: Do your thing Choose an authentic life that fits you, not a poorly fitting imitation of someone else’s.
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The unique you is beautiful
Your quirks. Your interest in unusual things. The small things that bring you joy. The odd things you do because
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Don’t squander your potential…
  “Don’t squander your potential living a life that amounts to far less than the one you are capable of
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Social Media casinos
The moment you begin liking or commenting on people’s posts on social media as an agreed-upon exchange of ‘value’ is
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Authenticity vs conformity
The act of trying to be normal is a form of approval-seeking. It’s a sign of being so concerned with
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It’s one person, not everyone
Reminder: One person’s preferences are not representative of everyone’s preferences. One person’s opinion is not representative of everyone’s opinion. One
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Be mindful of how your habits make you feel
Be mindful of how you feel while or after you do things regularly. The things you do that are good
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Zerosophy (Main)