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40 Small things I learned growing up

I feel particularly wise tonight so here’s a small list of small things learned so far

  1. Do what you love because it’s totally fun to enjoy your life

  2. Everyone always suggests you to do what’s best for them 🙂

  3. Listening to music will put you in the right mood

  4. When you feel tired just sleep

  5. Be gentle with everyone even if they don’t

  6. Nurture only what makes you feel satisfied

  7. This list is totally random

  8. Improvise

  9. Surprise is the most efficient skill

  10. Stay focussed on 1 goal till you believe it totally makes you happy, then change

  11. Keep learning

  12. Your limits are established by yourself

  13. Laugh a lot

  14. Let things and people go

  15. Take care of your body everyday

  16. Eat well

  17. You will get used to everything that you do for more than 21 days

  18. Listen to your soul

  19. Change your habits to obtain a different result

  20. Take action

  21. If you don’t do what you love it will become an obsession

  22. Live simple

  23. Life is simple

  24. Find the positive in everything

  25. Choose the words that you use

  26. The vocabulary is like a grocery shop and you can choose the best words free of charge

  27. Every action is a choice, do it bearing in mind your goal

  28. Be yourself

  29. When it’s cold dress properly otherwise you will spend a few days trying to get better

  30. When you are getting bored remember that even in that day you have had the first of something

  31. I am probably trying to add more items to this list

  32. If you don’t use something give it as a gift to someone who could benefit from having it

  33. Giving will make you feel incredibly well

  34. Rest when you are tired but then keep going

  35. Sometimes 3 long and deep breaths could let you change your mind about making a decision

  36. The use of a Chron while working makes you go faster

  37. Less is totally more

  38. Singing every day let’s you use and perfection your voice as well and will make you happy

  39. When you go to sleep after 2pm you will be sleepy the day after

  40. Hope you will find it useful! 🙂

  41. Uh one more, I found out that everything that I learned was already understood by millions of other people. Anyway I wanted to write it so that’s it 🙂

Marco Biagioli - Plan Your Happiness

Plan Your Happiness :)

I am certainly not here to bother you with my personal vision of life.

I would like instead to give you a practical guide on how to make the most of it from yours.

This is something that I have realised very recently (1 week ago) and it has been stuck inside my mind for the past, in fact, 7 days.

Now here is what to take awareness of:

  1. You can do anything you want to, so choose only what makes you satisfied.
  2. To achieve the 80% of anything you just need  the 20% of your efforts (The Pareto principle, also known as the 80/20 rule)

Let’s Plan 🙂

Would that being said just think about which projects will make you say WOOW while performing them and list them in a simple table like the following one:

 

 Jan | Feb | Mar  Apr | May | June  July | Aug | Sep  Oct | Nov | Dec
2018        
2019
2020
2021
2022

 

 

As you can see you will have to fill up the table with the projects you crave the most just for the next 5 years.

How To

Just Think about 4 Projects for each year.

You can assign 1 Project to 1 or more cells in the timeline.

Or you could either assign Multiple Projects to the same period of time if you believe they might be completed in the 3-months that the cell represents.

Envision your Dreams Plan your Journey to your Happiness.

And Enjoy Everything that happen during the time that you are alive!

Live with Curiosity: I think the worst gift ever would be a Crystal Sphere to see what happens in the future. It would get away from you all the curiosity about living your life.

I will quote a famous quote then I am done I promise 🙂

Do not wait for the storm to pass learn to dance in the rain.

Now my quote:

Keep Learning and Keep Dreaming.

Love you all

Marco Biagioli