30 Seconds Tips

When you face an illness or relationship breakdown (or any other life challenges), you start to understand the importance of prioritizing.
Surround yourself with people who fill your gaps. Let them do the stuff they’re better at so you can do the stuff you’re better at.
Don’t waste your time on jealously. The only person you’re competing against is yourself.
Get off your high horse, talk it out, shake hands or hug, and move on.
Get up 30 minutes earlier so you don’t have to rush around like a mad man.
Get enough sleep every night. An exhausted mind is rarely productive.
Live below your means. Don’t buy stuff you don’t need. Always sleep on big purchases. Create a budget and savings plan and stick to both of them.
Your health is your life, keep up with it. Get an annual physical check-up.
Do you have any friends or colleagues who are negative?
We all know that exercise is important - vital, in fact. Yet, one of the most common excuses for not exercising enough is
Waking up early and going to bed late can start to take a toll both physically and mentally after a while.
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to make drastic changes in order to notice an improvement in the quality of your life.
Our personal strengths are part of what makes us unique as individuals, and part of the value we offer to the world around us.
Very few people can claim that they have achieved all that they are capable of.
You may be successful and wealthy, but you won’t find your life meaningful without happiness.