Here’s a great compilation of motivational videos with words from people like Oprah Winfrey, Joel Osteen, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Jared Leto, Tony Robbins, and Al Pacino.
In 2008, after the birth of his first child, Baker and his wife decided to sell everything they owned, pay off their consumer debt, and spend a year traveling abroad as a family. They began sharing their journey in early 2009 on the blog Man vs. Debt, now 15000 subscribers strong. In sharing their ups and downs in the areas of personal finance, consumerism, clutter, travel, minimalism, and passionate entrepreneurship, they realized they aren’t alone in a desire to explore and grow.
In this amazing thought experiment, Alan Watts proposes that if you were God, with all the power in the universe at your disposal, you would eventually get tired of fulfilling all of your greatest fantasies and eventually choose to forget that you are God, in order to experience the amazing gift of Life as if for the very first time. If you were God, you would want to be surprised. And the life you are living — right now — is that surprise.
Also read: How to Experience the Dream of Life
A video about how fast technological progress is going, how much technology has improved the world and the potential for technology to solve our most pressing challenges. Inspired in part by the book Abundance by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler, and by the video Shift Happens 3.0.
The guy who is speaking at the end is Peter Diamandis. The whole talk can be seen here…
As people age they generally begin to regret many of the same things that they missed in life. Watch this video and maybe you can avoid those mistakes.
WIM HOF “Iceman” Method: He’s nicknamed “The Iceman” for his ability to withstand extreme cold which he assigns to exposure to cold, meditation and breathing techniques. Hof has set out to spread the potential health benefits of his breathing techniques, working closely with scientists around the world to prove that the Wim Hof Method works. It is thought from current studies that by consciously hyperventilating Wim can increase his heart rate, adrenalin levels and blood alkalinity.
✔ Warning: The breathing exercise has a profound effect and should be practiced in the way it is explained. Always do the breathing exercise in a safe environment (e.g. sitting on a couch/floor) and unforced. Never practice the exercises before or during diving, driving, swimming, taking a bath or in any other environment/place where, should you pass out, a serious injury could occur. Wim Hof breathing may cause tingling sensations and/or lightheadedness. If you’ve fainted, it means that you went to far. Take a step back next time.The cold is a powerful force. We strongly advise to gradually build up exposing yourself to the cold. Always train without force and listen to your body carefully. If it is not practiced responsible, there is a risk of hypothermia. Do not practice the method during pregnancy or when having epilepsy. Persons with cardiovascular health issues, or any other (serious) health conditions, should always consult a medical doctor before starting with the Wim Hof Method.
We asked three centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets.
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He’s one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood. He has a net worth of $150 million. Oprah Winfrey said in all the years of her show, he was one of their greatest teachers. He’s Jim Carrey and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.
He’s an American filmmaker and entrepreneur. He’s best known as the creator of the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises, as well as the founder of Lucasfilm. As of March 2015, Lucas’ net worth was estimated by Forbes at US$5.1 billion. He’s George Lucas and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.
800 years of wisdom and all the power of the Force at his disposal, and Yoda has to spend his retirement in a swamp. Maybe he’s not the role model we all wish. But anyway, he’s supposed to be brilliant, so here are Yoda’s Top 10 Rules for Success.
Also read: Was Yoda a Good Guru?