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20 ways you’re playing life wrong

Life is a game.

1) You’re aiming for success. Wrong. Aim for happiness. Then success comes.

2) You’re living in the past. Let it go.

3) You’re living in the future. Lower expectations. High expectations aren’t good for you.

4) You’re hanging out with toxic people. What for? You should be with positive people only.

5) You forget to have fun.

6)¬†You’re making up way too many excuses.

7) You’re working so much that you define your life as your job.

8) You’re wasting too much time on social media and other nonsense.

9) You’re chasing money. Money is ever important, but the difference you can make for yourself is whether you want to chase it.

10) You keep finding love. Don’t find love. Do what you love and… life will pretty much take care of itself.

11) You care about what others think and say.

12) You don’t bother to find passion.

13) You flood your mind with negative thoughts. Ruining your day.

14) You believe that fear is real. It’s not really.

15) You’re pissing yourself off judging others.

16) You’re not reading real books!

17) You act according to what society labels you.

18) You lie to yourself.

19) You eat and drink too much shit.

20) You rely too much on lists like this. Get out there and just live now.

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3 comments

  1. Wes Bremec - March 4, 2014 2:35 pm

    once you push pass threw every wall that tells you to adjust to the norm, you will find light. The passion, wealthiness, happiness Light…….

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  2. Anthony Henderson - March 4, 2014 4:40 pm

    Yo Man!

    Gotta Love #16 and #20. That’s real talk! Reading increases the quality of communication that we have with ourselves. It helps us get out of our own heads and into the heads of someone who has actually done something like you suggest in #20.

    Good list bro.

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  3. Joey - March 19, 2014 12:13 pm

    This is great to see that you dont take life so seriously. I love the title of the book.

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