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Merce Cardus
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Entrepreneur, Author, Life Strategist & Social Media Strategist at CreativiSocial.
Entrepreneur, Author, Life Strategist & Social Media Strategist at CreativiSocial.

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There is an invisible energy force or field of infinite possibilities.

Do you want me to prove it? Do the experiment #1. I'm still in awe at my gift.

http://bit.ly/2q0tgfg #selfimprovement #personalgrowth


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There is a decision you need to make that is more important than the goals you set for defining what you want to have in your life.

This is: Who do I want to be?

It takes tremendeous self-discipline to become a person of character. It takes considerable willpower to always ‘do the right thing’ in every situation. And it takes both self-discipline and willpower to resist the temptation to cut corners, take the easy way, or act for short-term advantage.

http://bit.ly/2p807eU #selfimprovement #personalgrowth #selfdiscipline #integrity #personalfreedom

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“The single biggest mistake writers make when creating characters is that they think of the hero and all other characters as separate individuals… The result is not only a week hero but also cardboard opponents and minor characters who are even weaker.”

-John Truby.

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Why is important to have a philosophy of life?

1) Because there is a danger that you will mislive, a danger that when you are on your deathbed, you will look back and realize that you wasted your one chance at living.
2) Because is a strategy for attaining your grand goal in living.

https://mercecardus.com/a-guide-to-the-good-life-william-irvine/ #philosophy #personalgrowth #selfimprovement #stoicism


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The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists.--Japanese Proverb.

Be like the bamboo: Build a full and meaningful life of strength, wisdom, and joy.

https://mercecardus.com/resilience-the-wisdom-of-bamboo/ #selfimprovement #personalgrowth

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Do you have good or bad habits?

If you instinctively reach for a cigarette the moment you wake up in the morning, you have a bad habit. By the same token, if you feel inclined to lace up your running shoes and hit the streets as soon as you get home, you've acquired a good habit.

Learn how to form new good habits.

https://mercecardus.com/how-to-build-good-habits/ #selfimprovement #habits #timemanagement #health #mindfulness #relationships

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Achievements require hundreds, if not thousands, of hours of work, and we have to make time every single day to put in those hours.

Routine is all about persistence and consistency.

A truly effective routine is always personal—set your own rules and experiment until it gives you the best foundation for doing your best work.

Here are three great tips from achievers that will help you manage your day-to-day and accomplish great things.

http://bit.ly/2o8Tc30 #timemanagement #productivity #mindfulness #creativity

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From someone who has reinvented herself many times, I will tell you that reinvention isn’t an overnight process.

If you are looking for some sort of a miracle, you can always go to Lourdes. But for the rest of us, the truth is that it involves a non-lineal process in which you’ll need to shift your mind, roll up your sleeves and take action. Massive action.

https://mercecardus.com/7-steps-to-reinvent-yourself/ #entrepreneurship #business #success #selfimprovement #personalgrowth

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In a hard choice, one alternative is better in some ways, the other alternative is better in other ways, and neither is better than the other overall.

The lesson of hard choices: reflect on what you can put your agency behind, on what you can be for, and through hard choices, become that person.

http://bit.ly/2p1r5EF #selfimprovement #personalgrowth #philosophy


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If you’re feeling hurt or resentful toward someone, it’s easy to fall pray to the emotional pain. You relive your worst moments over and over.

You want them to understand they hurt you. Even sometimes you want them to suffer as much as you are. And you’re actually holding your emotional pain.

Thoughts of guilt, shame, resentment, anger, and hatred represent slow, debilitating energies that will dis-empower you.

Forgiving others is essential for your spiritual growth. Yet it all starts by forgiving yourself.

#relationships #selfimprovement #personalgrowth #forgiveness

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