will you learn or not learn? #ambergram
Focus on getting better. #ambergram
Revised “Fuck Yes” decision-making model (thanks Justin Rosenstein for the dialogue) #boldsf cc @sivers (at Bold Mansion)
your strengths will strengthen you. #ambergram
Seek alignment every day. // Modified. // Rituals sustain. #ambergram
Seek alignment every day. #ambergram
be polite with yourself. #ambergram
What is your one thing? #ambergram
get curious. #ambergram (Taken with Instagram at Marina Del Rey Beach)
Live. Feel. Love. Give. Let go.
How to find your life’s work brainstorm #ambergram (Taken with Instagram at Casa de Amber Rae)
Three things to remember in times of conflict #ambergram (Taken with Instagram)
You can read your way to create but you must experience your way to write. #ambergram (Taken with instagram)
“Musicians must make music, artists must paint, poets must write if they are to be ultimately at peace with themselves. What human beings can be, they must be. They must be true to their own nature. This need we may call self-actualization… It refers to man’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely to the tendency for him to become actually in what he is potentially: to become everything one is capable of becoming.” - Abraham Maslow
Throughout life, we will constantly be confronted with unfavorable encounters, negative energy, and necessary evils. In moments like these, I’ve discovered two questions that enable me to remain in integrity, at peace, full of purpose and joy, and in pursuit of greatness. They are:
1) What is the the one thing that if I stopped doing right now, would have the greatest positive impact on my life?
2) What is the one thing that if I started doing right now, would have the great positive impact on my life?
Mastering the daily practice of letting go of what no longer serves us and recommitting to what does is what separates those who exist at their highest potential and those who are striving to get there.
Our source of anxiety and unhappiness exists at the gap between what we’re capable of and what we’re actually doing. Therefore, our greatest opportunity in life is to ardently, courageously, and playfully close that gap—to practice and pursue greatness. The faster we do more of what we’re meant to do and less of what we’re not, the quicker we accelerate toward our highest potential.
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How to manage your time. (Inspired by conversations at The Village)