Hey, it’s Michael from michaelrauscher.com,
I hope you’re doing awesome! Let me add some value to your life this week:
Mornings aren’t always easy, are they? Maybe we went to bed too late, some unmotivating work waits for us the next day, or early appointments are to be kept. Or the snooze button lets us get up too late, and we’re already in a hurry. If you find it hard to get up and live your day in a good mood, I’m sure How To Become an Energetic Morning Person can help you to increase your overall energy!
Ok, guys. I’m not 100% writing or reading. I also watch Netflix from time to time. I also watch my favorite movies from time to time. Funny enough, my latest story was inspired by the movie The Martian. Have you seen it? If yes, maybe you remember the scene where Mark Watney shares a great lesson with his students. If you lack energy I hope his words can help you regather yourself:
“At some point, everything’s gonna go south on you… everything’s going to go south and you’re going to say, this is it. This is how I end. Now you can either accept that, or you can get to work. That’s all it is. You just begin. You do the math. You solve one problem… and you solve the next one… and then the next. And If you solve enough problems, you get to come home.” — The Martian
Spending time alone is one of the most supportive habits you can possibly obtain. It is about mindfully listening to ourselves. It is about understanding what we need. It is about giving ourselves more space in a world that wants to attract our attention every second. Here’s a reminder from Thich Nhat Nanh.
“Silence is essential. We need silence, just as much as we need air, just as much as plants need light. If our minds are crowded with words and thoughts, there is no space for us.” — Thich Nhat Nanh
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PS: I love to read, listen, watch content, and write about personal development and self-improvement daily. But I’m pretty sure your schedule is almost full already. Let me do the weekly personal growth research for you to save your time and add value to your life. I’ll give you only the essentials, promise!
Thank you for reading. Looking forward to seeing you next week!
Have a great smashing week ahead!