Never stop looking for the details that make other people smile. Life is more fun that way.
The best way for dots to connect is to never stop collecting them. Never stop learning, meeting new people and trying new things.
One new good friend in your late thirties is worth a dozen in your early twenties.
Sometimes the best memories are created by inviting yourself.
When walking into a room, even if alone, make a habit of standing up straight and smiling. The investment will pay off.
Friends become old friends by keeping in contact. Check in on the people you care about from time and time, even if simply just to say, “hello.”
Before setting out to change the opinions of others, think about how hard it is for you to change. Aim for understanding, not conversion.
Even if you do not have children, spend time with them. Curiosity is contagious.
Not all great friends make a strong first impression. Give people time to show themselves.
Who we decide to spend our time with is the biggest decision we will ever make, so be ruthless in that decision. One toxic friend can undo the actions of loads of positive ones.
The best way to avoid a problem is to pick up a book.
Figure out your own definition of meditation and do it everyday. Those that live in the present moment, win.
How well you end up doing the things that are on your to-do list is often determined by how well you spend your time when you have nothing to do.
A financial success that ends in divorce is not a success. Balance matters.
Most negative feedback comes from the people who care about us the most. Embrace it and embrace them.
Celebrate the victories of other people more than you celebrate your own. Instinct is everything.
There is no better way to clarify your thoughts and better express them than by writing them down.
Speaking of morning routines, practicing gratitude is a great way to start the day, but showing it is even better.
Human contact is the most important part of a morning routine that no one ever talks about.
Speaking of partners, reach for them instead of your phone in the morning.
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