This short clip about (NOT) TO DO LIST probably will save my day (well, so far it did improve my morning). Maybe it can make a difference for your day too. If you want to save time – click right on the video below the whole text, so I don´t waste your time by telling you my personal today´s A-HA moment that follows right below…
We are happy and excited to share with you this inspiring video ADVENTURE full of fascinating insights by the GREATEST EXPLORER of our time – Mike Horn. He lives his passion by being who he really is – the Explorer who lives each and every day of his life to its fullest. In fact, it´s exactly what he tells us to do too. And he has a reason to do it. He has a point about it. A HUGE ONE. (By the way – this is Michel´s and my absolutely favorite speech we have seen so far – we are blown away by the message of this great man.) Continue reading
Is it so that Friday Night is Party Night?! 🙂 Or it does not really matter when is the party? Anyway – the craziness and humor are a perfect fit for discussing such subject. And there is a perfect man to give us a great dose of both. Meet: Steve Edge. Eccentric. Designer. Dyslexic (never read a book). And self described madman. He can teach us some valuable things. Also between lines. If we are ready to learn…
Can we edit our lives, especially, our stuff so we get more space, more energy, more time and more freedom to do what really makes us happy? At the end – it´s not about the stuff, but about doing what we love, being who we are and having a positive impact on what´s around us… Something from this video can be useful to each one of us.
This video will literally take your breath away by its stunning beauty of nature, life and the wisdom that it conveys. In the first part of video the cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg speaks about the work of his life. His words about his youth and passion for nature´s beauty are as beautiful as the images that he shares with us. Just his speech alone is a treasure that provokes our thoughts. And then he lets us see his movie about gratitude. And… we are left speechless. So powerful is its beauty and message.
Friends, it´s a new week and it asks for something positive. We think that this song “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out” by Cat Stevens (now Yusuf Islam) is exactly that – freeing, positive, and also – has a deep meaning.
We are big fans of this song and play it at our home quite often. In fact – there have been days when we needed to focus on what was important for us while making big decisions for our life, and then we had this song on “repeat”. It went on and on for couple of hours… Yes, now you know it – we are that weird.
He also described one serious danger for our chance to be happy – advertising. He did it more than two thousand years ago… Continue reading
Did you know that one smile can give you the same level of brain stimulation as eating couple of thousands of chocolate bars? Eating so much chocolate would put in a danger your health, while smiling not only stimulates your brain, but also makes you healthier and increases your chances to live longer.
And when you smile – you look better and more competent in the eyes of others. Continue reading
Living in a modern society gives us plenty of opportunities that previous generations could only dream about. It also gives us more opportunities than ever before to be unhappy when we get caught in the nasty traps created by our interpretation of success.
When you watch this talk you will discover truly valuable insights of why we- modern people feel unhappy. Continue reading
This inspiring video that shows how Maia Helles, 95 year young lady, does her daily exercise routine, was the reason why I managed to do my morning workout today.
When I was watching the film, it was not the exercise program that captivated my attention. It was the energy, flexibility and attitude of Ms. Helles. Watching her got me thinking: “I want to be able to move like that”. If she can do it at the age of 95, how do I dare not to take care of myself right now? Continue reading
We all learn the best through stories. This video features the speech of Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen who is a very talented story teller. Her stories are real. They are her own stories, or stories that other people have shared with her. All of them have a message that makes a difference and teaches us the art of living every minute of our life.