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By Umar Iqbal
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Three Good Things (English,...
An attitude of gratitude.
Needing Nothing Attracts Everything.
Do More Than What You Get Paid For (English, Hindi, and Urdu Motivation)
What can you do today to make yourself ready for the future?
Choose a life of discipline or a life of regret.
Everything in life affects everything else. I apologize for the interruption in the Hindi/Urdu version of the recording.
Be fascinated with problems instead of being frustrated.
Track Your Interactions with People.
Would you follow yourself?
Go into God Mode to make important decisions.
How to deal with jealousy.
Use the Regret Minimization approach for the big decisions in life.
Live life according to your principles.
Live life according your principles and values.
The Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living - Socrates.
Set goals that transcend your lifetime.
Everything I sought from others I now give myself.
Birds of a feather flock together.
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom - Victor Frankl
In a world full of people pretending to be someone they're not, don't be one of them.
Treat everyone you come into contact as the most important person in the planet.
Keep coming back again and again.
We become what we think about.
How would world leaders act if they were in your situation?
In order to be successful, you need to track the things that count.
Easy Choices, Hard Life. Hard Choices, Easy Life.
Living according to principles and not impulses.
The importance of self-love.
A 5-minute talk on a tested approach to starting your day.
When you know where you're trying to go, the price you have to pay to get there is worth it.
What is success? The progressive realization of a worthy ideal.
Don't discourage the dreamers of the world.
First in a series of talks about how to understand success.
A very powerful message from Steve Job's graduation speech at Stanford University.