Category Archives: Disciplined Living

5 Ways to Do Nothing and Become More Productive by James Altucher

Sometimes the best thing to do is: nothing. Many productivity books tell you what you can do MORE of in order to achieve goals, purpose, success money, etc. But MORE is hard to do. I’m already busy. Now you tell … Continue reading

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Unlocking your Legacy: 25 Keys for Success, by Paul J Meyer

When all is said and done, each of us will leave only four things behind: Memories-thoughts that others have of us Souvenirs-proof of our existence. Trophies-records of our achievements. Legacies-everything you are and possess today. Eventually, memories will fade and … Continue reading

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In Love with a Non-Christian?

Question: Dear Dr. Craig, I have been a Christian my entire life, and your YouTube videos have been very helpful with my faith. But I have a problem. I have fallen in love with a non believer. I read on … Continue reading

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UK: Half a million new STI infections in 2012

UK: Half a million new STI infections in 2012 From the left-leaning UK Independent. Excerpt: Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are soaring among young people, with chlamydia the most virulent, health officials have warned. Nearly half a million people were diagnosed with STIs … Continue reading

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Simplify. Seek a balance.

I am uncluttering  and getting rid of the things that are not essential. For many, it is easy to “bring it in,” but it is difficult to “take it out.” One of my ways of accomplishing this is by “digitizing” my life. In … Continue reading

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… Things to do with the rest of your life, by Robert Wilkins

Make audio and video recordings of you and your relatives Organize your stuff and get rid of the junk Donate unneeded things to charity Identify and date your photos Write your own family cookbook Make time for important things Learn … Continue reading

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