Suspend judgement

Even if you will never get the facts of something, making decisions based purely on emotion leads to decisions that you actually may not have wanted to make. Wait. Breathe. Think. And use your reason, after some time to make decisions. Especially ones that may affect you for a long …

(A twist on) The Philosophy of: Jerzy Gregorek – Avoiding difficult conversations, shitty life. Initiating honest and difficult conversations, great life

If you have to make a tough decision, one that you fear –or maybe fear possibly regretting– use your understanding of what makes you happy (and what doesn’t) to initiate tough, possibly uncomfortable conversations to have. If you follow your understanding of what makes you happy now you can’t make a mistake. …

Is it possible that your consciousness is what actually makes your life WORSE? Maybe we ask too many questions and analyse too much? Anyway that’s why the name of the site is changing for today.

Do other mammals, reptiles, blades of couch grass exhibit consciousness? And do they even have any? Or are all their decisions (?) and actions unconsciously performed? All for the good of their own species, own family, own 1×1 metre square of fellow couch grass blades? Sure, an examined life does help …

The things we most avoid doing are the things that we should. Now. (& The Stoicism of: Tim Ferriss & Former champion weightlifter Jerzy Gregorek)

That thing you’re avoiding doing, that conversation you’re avoiding having, that decision you’re afraid to make… do it. Now. Before you do it, you are chained to fear of it, and fear and paralysis from inaction and the status quo. Be honest with yourself and with the people in your …

Do you have to make a major decision? A decision between two things? Two things you’re worried you’ll regret if you choose ‘wrong’? And do you have complete control of that decision? This could be how to decide, based on what is actually best for YOU.

Question 1: Do you have to choose between two things?  Question 2: Is it a major decision (in your perspective)? #3: Are you worried that if you choose one, you’ll regret not choosing the other (and vice versa)? #4: Do you have control over the decision?   Okay, so try …