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Fernando Dias Jul 30
So, another friend helped and was there to hold his hand when he needed the most, this time my best friend, and as usual another big disappointment in the end. When will I ever learn? Will the by help? I’ve kind of lost hope on people 😞
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Victoria Naumova Aug 24
My today’s is by , particularly the chapter “Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not to who someone else is today”. I feel like writing some phrases on my arm to remind me about this rule. Thx to for the gift!
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FREESPIRIT LIFESTYLE Feb 26
It's way better to educate yourself than to allow yourself to learn through experience. Love this guy thanks for introducing me to him...
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Erik Ortiz Note’s Apr 5
Standing up straight with your shoulders back is not something that is only physical, because you’re not only a body. You’re a spirit, so to speak-a psyche - as well. You respond to challenge, instead of bracing for catastrophe.
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Mark Needham May 6
It's official. I'm seeing on the 27th in Sacramento. I am carefully crafting my epic question starting now. Something about why we overgeneralize the lives of identity-driven alt-right lobsters that wear makeup.
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Sudeb 10 Apr 18
You have a moral obligation to take care of yourself - as an individual you have a light that you need to bring to the world - despite of all the fragility we all have....
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myk angaya Nov 17
Jordan Peterson . R1 "Stand up straight with your shoulders back" R2 "Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping" R3 "Make friends with people who want the best for you" R4 "Compare yourself with who you were yesterday"
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Sandra Nambasa - The Personal Develoment Coach. Mar 30
I have been reading this book written by Jeff Peterson called the 12 rules of life. And his fourth rule is “Compare yourself to who you were yesterday and not to someone else.” This is a good reminder that we aren’t equal in ability or outcome.
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Daniel Otabor Jul 24
But the story of the golden calf also reminds us that without rules we quickly become slaves to our passions—and there’s nothing freeing about that.
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Brume 21 Feb 18
Its funny how much posture affects the way people see you. If you fold, occupy small spaces and hunch over you are seen as weak. To be taken seriously you must stand up straight, have great posture and own your space.
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nicole ingham 6 Mar 13
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Rayan AlRasheed Dec 6
Life = Purpose = Value = Responsibility Hence no life without responsibility
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Meek Will Jul 9
This episode of makes me more frustrated with myself. I state that due to I've purchased 3 hard copies of 2 were gifts and 1 for myself. But I still haven't even read my copy (-_-).
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Cristina Aliman Sep 25
Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping
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99.1 PLR Jun 26
Jordan B. Peterson brings his Tour to Toyota on Sept 7th! Tickets on sale this Friday at 10am! Text DOCTOR to 88474 for a chance to win tickets! Message & Data Rates May Apply.
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Amin Abdallah Oct 24
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Henrik Anckarsäter Jul 9
Ping Jordan Peterson CS Lewis is also a classic, if you haven’t studied him or thought he was mostly a children’s author, you and each and everyone of your followers have a potentially wonderful adventure waiting! Good for summer.
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Lucas Germán Burgos Aug 20
Just finished . The world must thank for such a remarkable book; it´s a lighthouse in times of confusion. Although the coda is excessive and absolutely unnecessary.
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DJ Yadah 17 Jan 18
a book which offers advice about always telling the truth, avoiding losers, finding meaning, standing up straight lol? Ordering my book now!
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Thomas Morris 8 Apr 18
Just started to read by Utterly compelling and highly recommended to anyone trying to make sense of life!
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