Ther are five methods taught by the Buddha to overcome unwholesome and distracting thoughts during meditation. They are: replacing an unwholesome thought with a wholesome thought; examining the danger of the distracting thought; forgetting the thought; stilling the unwholesome thought formation; crushing mind with mind to forcefully drive away the unwholesome thought.
The future is where we’re going. The past is where we’ve been. The present is where we are. And if you can proceed from this present moment into the future with a more designed plan and better objectives to accomplish then this moment will have become extremely valuable.
Decide. Commit. Resolve. This is the 3-part thinking process I’m embracing this week to build up some additional momentum. Tony Robbins makes it seem so easy but I know nothing will be accomplished without massive action and dedication.
I see a lot of cool things online but some of them don’t exactly fit the content schedule. Hence, the installation of 5 Bullet Friday where I show you 5 things that I think are f*cking awesome.
Gary V’s keynotes are typically not very in depth. They provide more of a motivational boost than information. However, this keynote at 4A’s Strat-Fest 2016 was a little bit different.
Public speaking is something that makes everybody a little nervous. The only way to overcome the nerves is through repetition or by creating a framework that effectively overwhelms the thinking mind with action. This is that approach. Written by Dale Carnegie in 1915 this audiobook is crafted to simply make public speaking easier.
Ramit Sethi specializes in Finance. Teaching it to be specific. But along the path of teaching people how to become rich he built one hell of a business. In this lecture, he shares some of the bootstrapping tactics that helped him in the early stages of growth.
One of the most subtle yet highly effective methods of collecting data is dating website profiles. Each profile contains an immense amount of psychographic and demographic information that users volunteer. Sam Yagan, founder of SparkNotes and OkCupid realized this as the CEO for MatchGroup, which owns Tinder.