Kyle MacDonald has taken creative problem solving to a whole new level by turning one red paperclip into his own home. This video is a great reminder that there is definitely more than one way to achieve a goal. While most people would think of how to make more money, get a better job, find a loan, and pay the bills, Kyle has shown that conventional thinking isn’t always the best or the fastest.
This simple 12-minute mind programming technique done every day will magically attract what you want. The only way this method will not work is if you stop using it.
After hitting on a brilliant new life plan, our first instinct is to tell someone — but Derek Sivers says it’s better to keep goals secret. He presents research stretching as far back as the 1920s to show why people who talk about their ambitions may be less likely to achieve them.
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One rainy afternoon an inspired 15-year old boy named John Goddard sat down at his kitchen table in Los Angeles and wrote three words at the top of a yellow pad, “My Life List.” Under that heading he wrote down 127 goals.
These were not simple or easy goals. They included climbing the world’s major mountains, exploring from source to mouth the longest rivers of the world, piloting the world’s fastest aircraft, running a mile in five minutes and reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica.
Now, a generation later, he has accomplished 109 of these quests, and has logged an impressive list of records in achieving them.
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