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If You Only Read a Few Books in 2021, Read These

A reading list for better inner and outer self.

Where should you start in 2021?

To me, the answer is to ‘make myself travel without moving my feet.’ Reading more productive books, I have never read……….

If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.

— J K Rowling

Below is the list of 11 books that will help you live a better and healthier life amidst the unreal……

‘Games People Play: The Psychology of Human Relationships’ by Eric Berne

He explains why we play games and mentions many games people play. Eric observed that games people play are like worn-out loops of tape we inherit from childhood and continue to let roll….

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7 Habits That Seem Positive But Actually Make It Hard To Move Forward In Life

Constant self-transformation…. 

Here are a few of the most subtle habits that end up hurting more than they help….

1. Constant self-transformation.

Working on yourself is a noble thing.

It’s hard as hell to look at yourself in the mirror, be honest about your shortcomings, and be willing to take responsibility for the role you have or haven’t played in the outcomes of your life…..

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Always Asking Yourself “Did I Do Enough Today?” Read This.

These are all real achievements I’ve earned over the last couple of years of my life. But these things don’t happen every day, which is why it’s mentally damaging to “judge each day by the harvest that I reap”……

So, what can we do to stop putting ourselves down and start feeling more like winners?

Here’s what I do:…….

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The Subtle Art of Developing a New Habit

If I could offer one piece of advice, it’s this. Develop a habit……..

Habits are daily routine actions and decisions.

Change takes time. Sometimes, it demands frequent experiments and repeated setbacks. You can take control over it once you understand how it works………

In the words of Adam Costa,

It’s a simple process. First, define your purpose. Second, break your purpose into a series of goals. Third, develop routines to achieve your goals. Over time, these routines become habits, they become automatic — and eventually, those habits define you……….

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