30 Seconds Tips

Curiosity might have killed the cat, but it could help you live a happier and more successful life.
At the end of the day, if you find yourself stuck in your goals, it boils down to one (or some) of these 11 reasons.
Live like a Five-Year-Old! Curiosity is an important trait of a genius.
Marry your best friend: If the person you’re the most comfortable with isn’t your spouse, make them!
You only have one life in this body so make the most of it by creating something that adds value to those around you.
You’re Going to Spend A Lot of Time Figuring Stuff Out. Unless you’re one of the lucky few who already knows what their passion is and what you really enjoy.
Develop a budget. Do this for your money and your mind. Be honest with what your mind can take on over a month (or even a year) and budget the mental space accordingly.
Spend time alone. There’s going to be no better opportunity for focus, clarity and quiet for you then when you go it alone.
Write often. Capture your thoughts at the end of the day or week. Keep a journal. Just as reading promotes growth, so does writing.
Explore. Learn new things and explore them and yourself. Look around, Pay attention.
Laugh. Laughter relieves stress and can actually boost productivity.
Exercise and eat right. If you want your mind and body to work hard, you have to prepare it as such. Exercise regularly and eat right and your mind and body will reward you for it.
Be social. Get out and be around people regularly. They’ll offer you some great ideas and insights, you’ll have a great time, and it can be a form of relaxation.
Don’t fight your body clock. Don’t try to become and early riser if you have a history of being a night owl. And don’t stay up late to get stuff done if you know your mind and body shuts down early so that you can get up as the sun rises.
Be nimble. Rigidity is the enemy of productivity. You have to be able to go with the flow. Otherwise, you’ll end up miserable – because not everything will go according to plan.