Don’t Let Your Feelings Get the Best of You bigherc916
Published on Jan 31, 2018
Often times we react, rather than think and we let our feelings get the best of us. In this video I talk about emotions and learning to master those emotions so you can live a more productive life. For more on life coaching check out www.bigherc916.com
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I just watched an emotional video from Stephen Fry, a gentle man and scholar, saying, in his very own self-effacing way, that he had overcome (fingers crossed) prostate cancer. I don't know Stephen Fry personally. I'm not one for being shocked or going over the top when celebrities or famous people get diseases or die. These are just people, after all. We are all part of the human race. If one 'stranger' is entitled to our pity, all should be.
One in eight men will get prostate cancer. That's a fact. One in two people will get some form of cancer. But, I do like Stephen Fry. I like listening to his intelligent words, and today these words brought me back again to being in the moment as much as I can. I enjoy life and I want to keep enjoying it :)
We spend too much of our lives saying things like I shoulda done this, or I coulda done that, or if things were a bit different I woulda done the other. We also spend a lot of time putting things off. I'll do it tomorrow. I'm not ready yet. It's not the right time. The stars are not in perfect allignment...
The past is the past, there is absolutely nothing you can do to change it. The only way you can change the past is by changing how you think about it in the present. For instance, some people beat themselves up incessantly about things they've done or said, people they've hurt. It's all history! You can learn from your own history, learn not to repeat it, but you can't change it.
Your future is not guaranteed. Either the future of 20 years from now or 20 minutes from now. That's just a fact of life. Eckhart Tolle said, "Realize deeply that the present moment is all you have. Make the NOW the primary focus of your life." He is telling us all that our days are numbered, as are the days of the people we care about, as are the days of every other living being on this planet.
This might seem like a dour message, full of pessimism and doom. It's not meant to be. As I write this, I'm still breathing, I feel good about being alive, the sun is shining, I have good health, I'm not worried about very much, and I have a few good people in my life that I care about very much.
As you read this email, you may be worried or not. The sun may be shining where you are or it may be snowing. You may be in good health or not so much. But you're still breathing. You still have a chance to think and do, to live in the present. You still have the opportunity to solve this problem of alcohol.
Living in the moment doesn't mean taking what life has to offer you right now with no regard for what you've done in the past or, more importantly, for your future self. There are plenty of ways to gratify yourself in the moment without that self gratification negatively affecting your future. We all hope that the future is going to happen for us. And we all want our futures to be bright.
One of the main reasons I stopped drinking was because I wanted to be the best possible version of myself, not only because that is a good way to live your life, but it is a great way of leaving behind a lasting legacy which could affect your descendants for generations. The legacy that I was left, one that also follows many of you, is one where alcohol is a "normal" part of everyday lives. And we all know how that is working out… Stopping this madness was, for me, one way of promoting a different outlook on life to my son, my granddaughter, and hopefully for future generations.
You Should Watch This Everyday - Self Discipline Motivation - The Most Inspirational Video Ever InspireDiscipline
Published on Mar 23, 2018
This is the most Inspirational video ever on Self Discipline motivation, where Sean Combs shares his emotional life story as his motivation, Jocko Willink speaks about his life and Self Discipline being the root of all good qualities, Will Smith on Self Discipline being Self-love, Thomas Frank motivation on Marcus Aurelius meditation for Self Discipline, Joe Rogan motivation on why you should stop giving excuses, Mike Tyson on diligence and Self Discipline, then Dr. Dre Self Discipline for Excellence
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Fault Vs Taking Responsibility - Will Smith Is As Honest As Never Before MotivationGrid
Published on May 7, 2018
Will Smith breaks the taboos for some of the topics that very few people would dare. One of the most inspiring speeches that will open your eyes to the important things in life.
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Published on May 20, 2018
Sometimes it’s good to just get away and clear your mind. Negative energy can distort your positive vibration and hanging out by the ocean is one of the best ways to get back on track.
Published on Jan 30, 2018
“Tomorrow and plans for tomorrow can have no significance at all unless you are in full contact with the reality of the present, since it is in the present and only in the present that you live. There is no other reality than present reality, so that, even if one were to live for endless ages, to live for the future would be to miss the point everlastingly.”
― Alan W. Watts, The Wisdom of Insecurity: A Message for an Age of Anxiety