Live with an optimistic outlook. I am optimistic almost to a fault. My grandfather was an extremely optimistic person and definitely passed that trait and lifestyle down to me. I always look for the best in others and in every situation.
Sure, bad things happen. Instead of dwelling on the bad, look for the good.
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Sometimes people even disassociate with people who are habitual complainers. Try to find the rainbow in the rain, make lemonade out of lemons, see the best. View problems as challenges. Going along with my optimist attitude, I always try to approach problems as challenges. A challenge is exciting. A challenge makes you want to prevail. Problems are depressing. Our mindset fully determines how we respond to things. Be a planner. With a husband and three kids, a busy career, and just regular life, I really only have so much margin in my life for extras.
Having a general plan in advance is really helpful for me. Have fun and let loose. I know I sound like a broken record when I say this, but have fun and enjoy life. God gave us this life to enjoy. Yes, there are plenty of responsibilities we all have, but we need to make time for fun and in my case, planned fun haha!
I like J. Crew and Lilly and prefer to listen to Michael Buble, Josh Groban, and my local Christian station over the top mainstream hits. A good time to me is relaxing with my husband in the hammock and reading a book. These are little things, but these are the type things I see and hear so many people get upset about. Be thankful for all things.
Let me people know you appreciate them. Have gratitude for even the small things. Reminding yourself of all the things you have to be thankful for will bring you joy. The beach, a good book, and some sweet tea are the cure for everything. Those three things are my favorites in good times and in bad. Wonderful thoughts and so very true! Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.
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I wish you another amazing decade! Your email address will not be published. My sister and I in Paris after surprising her for her birthday. The date. May 8th, Random day in May, right? Because it marked the 10 years anniversary of me starting this blog. Traveling to Brazil. Quitting my job. Moving to Thailand. Launching Location Rebel Academy. Buying a House. Getting Married. Sitting in the Hoxton Hotel in London on my 10 year blogiversary. My problem is knowing what to do with my time. Sunrise on the most famous golf course in the world last October: St.
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Having a quest adds purpose and an extra sense of accomplishment to everything you do. This drink at Le Syndicat in Paris is called M. It uses only French spirits, and was themed around Disneyland. There is cotton candy flavored helium in the balloon that changes the way the drink tastes, and then makes you sound like, well, Mickey.
Simple and true. I spent 22 pounds on this Martini at Connaught Bar the 4th best bar in the world.
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The famous Connaught Martini I flew on one of the most decadent and extravagant flights in the world. But I loved every second of it. My buddy Dan and I on the 7th at Pebble Beach. How much did it cost me to play? You just have to be a relative expert. Do you think most guitar teachers are as good as Jimi Hendrix? Does your tennis pro beat Roger Federer on a regular basis? Of course not. For instance, for years my business had been at about the same size.
You could call it a plateau: Or you could call it recognizing my priorities. Send an unexpected gift. Write a hand written letter, and mail it. Make a phone call rather than sending an email or a text. A handful of my most successful friends were going as well. As I debated attending, I came to a realization. Way too many of them. I wish I were better about it, as well. There is always a solution. Simple, yet true. It used to happen to me all the time. That will be the end of you. Why not?! Why Not.
Why not? Do it more. Will this be true for everyone? Maybe not, but it certainly has been for me. The good news? Thank you again for continuing to read this site and these sometimes rambling accounts from me. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Pocket. Keep Reading. Comments Happy birthday Sean and great post!
Wish you guys a great trip. Happy birthday Sean! And thank you very much for doing what you are doing! I never had the insights on how to make money online like now. Your platform is awesome! Greetings from Austria Volker Schaefer. Loved it. Enjoy getting older man.
Hi Sean, Many more happy returns of the day…happy birthday…. It is a moment for me to reflect on my life too. I love your humbleness and reading your articles. Loved it Sean! Happy birthday Sean. Thank you for being a gift to the world and me.
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