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Yesterday's Gone Season One

If The World Ended Tomorrow, What Would You Do Tonight?

Everything you’ve ever known has disappeared.

Time is now an echo, with few to record it and fewer to care. r

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How to Use Fear as Fuel (And Leave it Behind Once and For All)


Don’t be ashamed of your fear. It’s your mind’s protection. Think how awful it would be to live a life where you weren’t true to your core values. A life where you aren’t working towards what really matters to you most. r

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What Betty Ford Knew About Being Fearless That You Don’t

The world lost a great person when Betty Ford passed away three weeks ago at the age of 93.

Betty Ford was a courageous person who set a remarkably potent precendent for us all, especially when it comes to living a life without fear while keeping true to your core values. r

Stop Multitasking

Day 6: Multitasking Is Murdering Your Productivity: 6 Simple Ways To Stop, Starting Today

Multitasking is the art of distracting yourself from things you don’t really want to do by doing many of them at once.

If you’re like most people, you think you’re getting a lot more done when you juggle a ton of to-do’s.

You’re not. r

Focus On Purposeful Passion

8 Ways To Stop Feeling Indifferent

The key to living a happy, healthy and productive life is feeling purpose, passion and genuine joy for the way you spend your days. Without purpose, passion is merely a silent suggestion.

Yet when you know your actions truly make a difference, joy and productivity follow as naturally as sunset after sunrise. r

Belly Laugh

Day 10: Make Her Laugh, Make Her Breakfast – Why Laughter Is The Best Aphrodisiac

Forget the roses and moonlight serenades, the secret to winning a place in a woman’s (or man’s) heart is a great big belly laugh.

Laughter not only makes us feel good, it can also be the cement that seals the relationship. r