Good to Great to Grand Living
So grateful to Grand Casino for expanding my thoughts, mind and teachings to invite people to go from Good, to Great to Beyond and think about becoming Grand! Speaking at that conference inspired me to create a Gratitude Journal that asks you each evening to reflect on how you are living a Good, Great and even Grand life? I hope my Sunday night video encourages you to spend your evening reflecting and your Monday morning Inspired to look for ways to give & grow! Enjoy, Hope you have a peaceful evening of sleep and wake up motivated for Monday morning knowing your week holds Grand opportunities for you to grow!
Other peoples thoughts on how you can live an Exceptional life:
- Travel. See what there is to see in the world around you. …
- Practice hobbies. In addition to your calling and life purpose, you also need to have plain fun! …
- Aim to eat healthy foods. …
- Exercise moderately. …
- Tap into your spirituality.
Top 10 ways to live your best life
1. Examine life, engage life with vengeance; always search for new pleasures and new destines to reach with your mind. This rule isn’t new. It echoes the verses of ancient Greek philosophers and most notably those of Plato through the voice of his hero, Socrates. Living life is about examining life through reason, nature’s greatest gift to humanity. The importance of reason in sensing and examining life is evident in all phases of life– from the infant who strains to explore its new surroundings to the grandparent who actively reads and assesses the headlines of the daily paper. Reason lets human beings participate in life, to be human is to think, appraise, and explore the world, discovering new sources of material and spiritual pleasure.
2. Worry only about the things that are in your control, the things that can be influenced and changed by your actions, not about the things that are beyond your capacity to direct or alter. This rule summarizes several important features of ancient Stoic wisdom — features that remain powerfully suggestive for modern times.
3. Treasure Friendship, the reciprocal attachment that fills the need for affiliation. Friendship cannot be acquired in the market place, but must be nurtured and treasured in relations imbued with trust and amity.
4. Experience True Pleasure. Avoid shallow and transient pleasures. Keep your life simple. Seek calming pleasures that contribute to peace of mind. True pleasure is disciplined and restrained.
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