6 edition of Easier Than You Think ...because life doesn"t have to be so hard found in the catalog.
April 26, 2005
Written in English
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When you’re alone, remind yourself that it’s because you choose to be. It really is a choice. It’s very easy to find someone to spend time with, but when you have high standards for the people you allow into your life, you’re telling yourself that you’re better off by yourself than with someone who isn’t a great fit for you. Sometimes I feel so alone even when I have 4 siblings and 2 parents in the house, its just that no one pays attention to me and I understand that because I'm the oldest and I'm also 14 so I'm quite old, but all the attention just goes to my brother's and sisters My dad has two favorites and Also same for my mum and I'm not one of them:/ I don.
People judge you based on the clothes you wear, and will automatically think that they are better than you if they think that you aren’t dressed well. 9. The truth might be — and not for everyone, but it happens — that you went into debt for your degree for no reason, and it was literally just a waste of money entirely. I used to believe that anything worth doing involved struggle. That you had to put forth % of yourself and push, push, push or you weren’t trying hard enough. I came to this conclusion partially because so many good things in life have come to me by hard work. The idea that good things involved struggle extended to my first marriage.
Love this quote "life doesn't get easier, you just get stronger"! It's just so true And don't believe people have it all without doing anything, this is definitely not true everybody have to fight to make their dream come true ;-) See you Launna xx. Reply Delete. So you must mean that life is hard because you are judging that it is hard to spend effort to think. Certainly, thinking requires not alot of calories, so it would be hard to buy that you can't think. Yes, you could be having equal, or close to equal, and opposite files popup, so that your efforts to think .
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Don’t hate your life just because it’s hard. Life is hard for everyone but keep in mind that there is always someone who was dealt a worse hand than you but still went ahead and managed to prosper. There’s no doubt about it: life is hard. It’s a given. Life is so hard we don’t even realize how often we walk around complaining about how hard life is anymore.
It’s kind of trending, in fact. But there’s no doubt that life is also amazing and wondering, and with the bad stuff always comes some form of goodness, even if it doesn’t feel that way at the time. Daily challenges have a way of overwhelming us, making life harder than it needs to be. The good news is that the answers are out there.
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Now he demonstrates how making simple yet effective changes can get our life. Easier than you think because life doesn't have to be so hard: small changes that add up to a world of difference. [Richard Carlson] -- The author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff taught readers how to stop the little things in life from driving them crazy.
Now he demonstrates how making simple yet effective changes can get our life. Easier Than You Think --because Life Doesn't Have to Be So Hard Small Changes That Add up to A World of Difference (Book): Carlson, Richard: The author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff taught readers how to stop the little things in life from driving them crazy.
Now he demonstrates how making simple yet effective changes can get our life back on course. If you think it's her own wickedness of just plain lack of trying, guess again. It may have more to do with the children's mother than anything the stepmother is doing or not doing.
It just means they have an easier time making room for their goals than you do. So you may have to sacrifice more than the other person in order to achieve your goals. It’s not fair – fairness never enters into the equation – but it’s life and no amount of complaining can change that.
Some people are going to have an easier time than you. Maybe you're feeling down on yourself or you're feeling lonely because haven't been on a date for a long time. Then try giving back.
Volunteer at a homeless shelter or a center for abused women. It always feels good to help others. The more you help others, the better you'll feel about yourself. Why is life so hard. Most people ask themselves this question on a regular basis.
Unless you’re a trust fund recipient who doesn’t work, is in good health, has nannies for your kids, and few responsibilities to speak of, chances are you wonder about that as well.
When you see the world differently than most people, you’re going to stand out. Some people don’t like outliers -- they’re scared of them. Others like stagnancy and changelessness. Everything doesn’t have to be so hard. Here’s a problem that I experience: I have a difficult time distinguishing quality from quantity.
Against my better judgment, there is a large part of me that sincerely believes that if I put 8 hours into something, the end product must be better than the result had I put into it only 5 hours.
You simply cannot be. It just doesn’t work like that. Finding a way to break that cycle is hard. But I have found one thing that works well. Take the one thing that you’re deathly afraid of, that you think people will criticize you for, and go do that one thing every single day.
It doesn’t matter how good or bad you. Let them tell you what is working well, and what needs improvement. Successful people never stop learning, and they appreciate constructive criticism.
Take other people’s comments on board, commit yourself to ongoing improvement, and never stop working hard! It doesn’t matter whether other people think you are talented or not.
“If you keep living like the way you are now, you will continue to produce the same life you already have.” -Jim Rohn Photo by .“It's much easier to not know things sometimes.
Things change and friends leave. And life doesn't stop for anybody. I wanted to laugh. Or maybe get mad. Or maybe shrug at how strange everybody was, especially me. I think the idea is that every person has to live for his or her own life and than make the choice to share it with other people.