The Mindset Mentor
The Mindset Mentor
Oct 28, 2020
How to Stop Caring About What Others Think of You
18 min

One of the biggest challenges that holds people back from living the life they truly want is what others will think of them. In this episode, I will teach you how to filter through other's opinions and advice, so you can take what's worth something and throw out the rest.

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Inspirational Living: Life Lessons for Success & Happiness
Inspirational Living: Life Lessons for Success & Happiness
The Living Hour
The Courage & Patience to Achieve Success
Listen to episode 529 of the Inspirational Living Podcast: The Courage & Patience to Achieve Success. Edited and adapted from Making the Grade by C.V. Mosby. Visit today's sponsor at ( ) , and use the coupon code LIVING for 25% off your purchase. *Inspirational Podcast Excerpt* : Patience means more than being able to stick to a task until it is finished. It means having a philosophy that makes one understand that it is continuous, well-directed efforts that win. Furthermore, patience must have an imaginative eye that sees the completed task and pronounces it well done. A mule can plod up and down the field. It makes no difference to the mule whether cotton or weeds are being plowed, but the farmer would have little patience if they did not feel that they would harvest more than a crop of weeds. To be patient, to keep plugging along, to keep climbing the hill, you must be inspired by, and buoyed up with, the hope of reaching the top. It is not patience, but hopelessness that keeps one working at a task that holds out absolutely no promise of ultimate successful completion. The patience that helps carry one up the hill is the cheerful, hopeful kind. It is the kind that realizes the necessity of well-directed, intelligent, continuous effort. Support this podcast at — Advertising Inquiries:
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Brief Audio Book
Brief Audio Book
Brief Audio Book
How To (Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems) by Randall Munroe [Society & Technology] {#251} #BriefAudioBook - 2 December 2021
How To by Randall Munroe   [Society & Technology] {#251} #BriefAudioBook - 2 December 2021 Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems Randall Munroe 19 min read overview “How To” is an instruction manual for taking everyday problems and using science and creative thinking to turn them into much bigger and more exciting problems. It teaches you how to jump really high, by using the physics of pole vaulting, how to throw a pool party when you don’t have a pool, and walks you through how to play football, by increasing your weight, speed, and power. From mailing packages from space, to how to make friends, it describes unusual ways to accomplish common tasks and analyzes what would happen to you if you tried them. In addition to being a profoundly unhelpful self-help book, it’s an exercise in applying math, science, and research to ordinary problems, and a tour through some of the strange and fun science underlying the world around us. “A witty, educational examination of ‘unusual approaches to common tasks’...generously laced with dry humor... Munroe’s comic stick-figure art is an added bonus... Apart from generating laughter, the book also manages to achieve his serious objective: to get his audience thinking.” ~ “Publishers Weekly”, starred review [Society & Technology] {#251} #BriefAudioBook - 2 December 2021 --- Send in a voice message:
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