Don’t miss out on this great talent!
I really like those videos when senior citizens going “all in” and just enjoys the moment. Love it when there’s no age restriction on having fun 🙂
When you’re running your own business, or just enjoying your day-to-day work it’s really easy to get carried away in a single project, a new deal or your next invention. But now and then I think that it’s important to take a few steps back, and either enjoy what you’re achieving or change the situation.
Anyhow earlier today I stepped over this list of one-liners around the subject Success vs. Happiness, and even though I find some of them a little bit strange, the most of them are worth thinking about in our everyday struggle towards happiness… or is it success?
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A great list for many aspects of life – Pixar’s 22 Rules of storytelling
Why worry? What did you worry about one year ago?
Success is all the money in the world; happiness is having people to spend it on.
Success is measurable; happiness is limitless.
Success is a fancy car; happiness is a great ride.
Success is working hard; happiness is loving the work.
Success is the fame; happiness is the rise.
Success is the race; happiness is the finish line.
Success is having everyone know your name; happiness is having the right people know your name.
Success is being right; happiness is being true.
Success is earned, happiness is achieved.
Success is awards; happiness is its own reward.
Success is money in the bank; happiness can’t be deposited.
Success is private jets; happiness is flying high.
Success is never easy; happiness will never feel difficult.
Success is money; happiness is value.
Success is sacrifice; happiness is plentiful.
Success is late hours; happiness is all day.
Success is second homes; happiness is always home.
Success is material things; happiness is in the materials.
Success is pursuing your dreams; happiness is living your dreams.
Success is praise; happiness is never needing it.
Success is reaching the top; happiness has no ceiling.
Success is all the money in the world; happiness is needing none of it.
Success is doing what you love; happiness is loving what you do.
Success is just ahead; happiness was never behind.
Success is pursued; happiness is acquired.
Success is getting everything you ever wanted; happiness is not needing any of it.
Success is calculated; happiness doesn’t need a cheat sheet.
Success is envied; happiness is shared.
Success is perfection; happiness is embracing the imperfections.
Success is going the distance; happiness is enjoying the destination.
Earlier today I received a link on my facebook-page from a friend who suggested that I should visit Elena Shumilova:s amazing Flickr-page.
Elena is taking photos of her kids in different environments, and I don’t think that I’ve never seen anyone being so good at reflecting different moods.
Truly amazing photos! Don’t miss!
Her Flickr-page could be found here
This is a great set of examples of “mini-inventions” that will help you in your everyday life. Some of them are actually brilliant in both its simplicity as well as the usefulness!
Source: For the rest of the 89 mini-inventions, click here (viral nova)
I’ve never been a hardcore fan of Lord of The Rings or The Hobbit, entertainment wise. But, as many others I think they are stunning to watch and it’s amazing how much work it must be to put it together. The scenery alone makes it worth watching.
During this Christmas Holiday I watched “The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey” from last year, and in that movie Gandalf sums up what I try to have as my guide line in 2014 (and onward off course)
“Saruman believes it is only great power that can hold evil in check, but that is not what I have found. I found it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.”
A great and simple quote!
Best Wishes for 2014!
All That Is Interesting have put together an awesome list of street art from 2013. Here are some examples. If you would like to see the rest of them, Click this link.
This is a truly moving and loving story about a wife / mother – Brenda – giving away a christmas present, after she passed away, to her husband when he had found a new love.
The christmas present should consist of three parts. She wanted his new life partner to have a weekend of pampering with shopping, spa and things that make her smile. For the family, an awesome trip for all of them, and finally a night out for all the doctors at the hospital.
Listen to the full story in the youtube-clip down below, and read full article here.
This is as much Christmas as it can be