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Mockery vs encouragement
If you see someone putting in a genuine effort to do their best — even if what they’re doing falls
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I always wanted to…
So many success stories start with, “I always wanted to…” followed by, “And then I started…” What have you always
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Body language
Everyone becomes an apparent expert in body language the moment someone does something that suggests something that the person interpreting
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Success is overrated
Life isn’t just about accomplishments, it’s about experiences. It’s about the stories of our lives. You don’t have to reach
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True friendship
You’re better off with friends with whom you don’t agree with on everything than you are with friends you do.
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The opposite of bravery
The world runs rampant with people afraid to openly appreciate what they like, afraid to speak the truth, afraid of
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Caring is cool
Let 2020 begin a decade where we do away with glorifying “zero f*cks” and IDGAF culture. Lack of caring isn’t
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From wisdom to warnings
From wisdom to warnings, there are likely a lot of things you see all the time which you ignore –
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Appreciating without understanding
You don’t have to understand an abstract painting to see its beauty. Nor do you have have to understand your
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Keep value in motion
Let this be the year that if you get value from something you got for free, you keep that value
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Prioritize your goals
There can be power in working towards goals without sharing them. But at the same time, if you don’t achieve
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Remember this day
Remember this day as a fresh start. A new beginning. A clean slate. An optimistic look forward. Remember this day as
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