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The more interesting question is the pain. Siddharth Sharma Shared May 14, 2016 👌👌👌 Karina Mitropoulou Shared June 1, 2016 What are you willing to struggle for? Michael Eplee Shared January 4, 2016 "Struggles determine your successes" Ryan Bennett Shared January 11, 2016 This is a fantastic article and point of view! Despite fantasizing about this for over half of my life, the reality never came. Check This Out
Dave P. Pushkin, that one of the schools I applied to had an opportunity called the Ellsworth Express bus trip. You probably know to ask yourself, “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question Quartz Subscribe By Mark Manson January 1, 2016 86,769 saves Think about what you want. I was in love not with the fight but only the victory. https://www.amazon.com/Heres-Question-Conversation-Starters-Families/dp/0997160608
Follow the author here. Please try the request again. Because you have to choose something. You can’t have a pain-free life.
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Whitney Punch Shared April 9, 2016 This is the most simple and basic component of life: our struggles determine our successes. Whitney Punch Shared April 9, 2016 Because happiness requires struggle. Questions like: “What puts you in a good mood?” “What is one thing you wish could unsee?” “What would life be like if people didn’t have consequences to their actions?” These pop over to these guys Follow @iammarkmanson on Twitter.
Leanne Chee Shared October 21, 2016 PREACH huayling tan Shared October 21, 2016 Perhaps tho You can’t win if you don’t play. End of story. Repeatedly. Patrick Keenan Shared January 7, 2017 This is such a simple way of putting it.
Marcelo Bahia Shared January 7, 2016 I'm gradually concluding that this Mark Manson guy is one of the most sensible bloggers on the Internet Miguel Reyes Shared January 9, 2016 No http://themcj.com/?p=62768 People who enjoy long workweeks and the politics of the corporate ladder are the ones who move up it. Pleasure is an easy question. Wow Nkosana Malumba Shared 23 hours ago What pain do you want to sustain?
After taking a break, I inhale and give three answers: the people, opportunity for growth, and money. And life doesn’t work that way. Honza Felt Shared December 25, 2016 Now I know what Žižek meant by claiming that happiness is an unethical category. Because that seems to be a greater determinant of how our lives turn out.
It’s what makes me me and you you. Well written by the author. Somewhere. http://pcialliance.org/here-s-a/here-s-a-question-from-my-homework.html I was in love not with the fight but only the victory.
This fantasy could keep me occupied for hours on end. Benoît Eclache Shared January 6, 2016 Interesting article to start the year. Shared March 18, 2016 our struggles determine our successes John Burnor Shared April 3, 2016 Paradigm shifting.
Any badass guitar song I heard, I would always close my eyes and envision myself up on stage playing it to the screams of the crowd, people absolutely losing their minds
Vincent Cheng Shared February 1, 2016 Despite fantasizing about this for over half of my life, the reality never came. People who enjoy the struggles of a gym are the ones who get in good shape. Self-help would say that I either wasn’t courageous enough, determined enough or I didn’t believe in myself enough. Shared May 1, 2016 I was in love not with the fight but only the victory.
Tom December 16, 2016 Agreed. Vincent Cheng Shared February 1, 2016 Sometimes I ask people, “How do you choose to suffer?” These people tilt their heads and look at me like I have twelve noses. Jenny Feng Shared February 28, 2016 "If you want the benefits of something in life, you have to also want the costs." Nadia Meloni Shared April 2, 2016 Just makes sense. You obviously have "met Buddha on the road , killed him"......
I wanted the result and not the process. But I ask because that tells me far more about you than your desires and fantasies. So choose your struggles wisely, my friend. Awesome article.
I’d be told to do affirmations or join a mastermind group or manifest or something. Larry Strawberry Shared January 3, 2016 Wow great article! Agnes Putri Wahyuningtyas Shared December 29, 2016 Who you are is defined by the values you are willing to struggle for. Therefore, what we get out of life is not determined by the good feelings we desire but by what bad feelings we’re willing and able to sustain to get us to
Must read. Ranjani Natarajan Shared February 3, 2016 What pain are you truly willing to endure in life? People who enjoy the stresses and uncertainty of the starving artist lifestyle are ultimately the ones who live it and make it. Alice Sykes Shared January 6, 2017 Prateek Shared January 1, 2016 I was in love with the result—the image of me on stage, people cheering, me rocking out, pouring my heart
Lizzie Sager Shared January 23, 2017 What determines your success isn’t “What do you want to enjoy?” The question is, “What pain do you want to sustain?” The quality of your Bruna Salles Reis Shared October 10, 2016 People want to start their own business or become financially independent. Politics is about everybody - so let's try to get everybody involved! And life doesn’t work that way." Jasen Farmer Shared December 11, 2016 @IAmMarkManson w/bottom line of why Americans are unhappy; #happiness takes hard work, pain, & struggle; everything #marketers pretend can
Such a good read. ❤ Carl B. I was in love with the result—the image of me on stage, people cheering, me rocking out, pouring my heart into what I’m playing—but I wasn’t in love with the process. J Mehta Shared January 4, 2016 nice one Eduard Ribas Shared January 4, 2016 Sobre la dualidad de todas las cosas en la vida y elegir bien los sacrificios Victor Lunn Everybody wants to have great sex and an awesome relationship—but not everyone is willing to go through the tough conversations, the awkward silences, the hurt feelings and the emotional psychodrama to
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