GPS for the Soul
Pleasure lives in the realm of now. It's made of feeling and emotion, which are both very important, but predictably unstable. It's impossible to base a meaningful life solely on the pursuit of pleasure.
GPS for the Soul
Give the universe space to do it's work while you do yours, and when the thing you want finally does happen for you, let it be a happy, albeit not entirely unexpected surprise.
GPS for the Soul
I consider these my "ground zero" when it comes to leveling up your psychology, productivity and hustle.
GPS for the Soul
Here are three quick ways to immediately start training focus into your daily life:
GPS for the Soul
You SHOULD work towards doing what you love. But sometimes you'll have to go through several iterations of this process, gradually "leveling up" every time in order to get closer to what you want and who you want to be.
GPS for the Soul
One of the biggest struggles millennials face is wading through the information overload to figure out what we should be doing with our time. Can you really blame us?
GPS for the Soul
The common line of thought coming from the media is that our generation wants more than we "deserve" -- that we're not willing to work for it. Our elders compare us to generations of the past. We don't have any grit or follow through, they say.
GPS for the Soul
Perhaps the best thing about inspiration is the deep feeling of focus and clarity you feel when you externalize your reasons for doing something and attribute your work to some source besides your own mind.