60 Tips for a Stunningly Great Life

  1. Exercise daily
  2. Get serious about gratitude
  3. See you work as a craft
  4. Expect the best and prepare for the worst
  5. Keep a journal
  6. Read the “Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin”
  7. Plan a schedule for your week
  8. Know the 5 highest priorities of your life
  9. Say no to distractions
  10. Drink a lot of water
  11. Improve your work every single day
  12. Get a mentor
  13. Hire a coach
  14. Get up at 5am every day (yeah right)
  15. Eat less food
  16. Find more heroes
  17. Be a hero to someone
  18. Smile at strangers
  19. Be the most ethical person you know
  20. Don’t settle for anything less than excellence
  21. Savor lifes simple pleasures
  22. Save 10% of your income every month (or more if you can)
  23. Spend time at art galleries
  24. Walk in the woods
  25. Write thank you letters to those who’ve helped you out
  26. Forgive those who’ve wronged you
  27. Remember that leadership is about influence and impact, not title and accolades
  28. Create unforgettable moments with those you love
  29. Have 5 great friends
  30. Become stunningly polite
  31. Unplug your TV
  32. Read daily
  33. Sell your TV
  34. Avoid the news
  35. Be content with what you have
  36. Pursue your dreams
  37. Be authentic
  38. Be passionate
  39. Say sorry when you know you should
  40. Never miss a moment to celebrate another
  41. Have a vision for your life
  42. Know your strengths
  43. Focus your mind on the good versus lack
  44. Be patient
  45. Don’t give up
  46. Clean up your messes
  47. Use impeccable words
  48. Travel more
  49. Read “As you think”
  50. Honor your parents
  51. Tip taxi drivers/bartenders well
  52. Be a great teammate
  53. Give no energy to critics
  54. Spend time in the mountains
  55. Know your top 5 values
  56. Shift from being busy to acheiving results
  57. Innovate and iterate
  58. Speak less. Listen more
  59. Be the best person you know
  60. Make you life matter. Live on purpose
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Posted on November 27, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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