Jake Bush, PHD, RN, CNE
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What Are Dreams For? Converging lines of research suggest that we might be misunderstanding something we do every night of our lives.
What It's Like Growing Up With an Alcoholic Parent "I took care of her a lot. At the same time, I was so angry.”
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10 lessons from The Happiest Man on Earth by Eddie Jaku:
• Be grateful for what you have. Eddie Jaku was a Holocaust survivor who lost everything, but he never gave up hope. He learned to be grateful for the small things in life, and he found happiness even in the darkest of times.
• Smile. A smile can make a world of difference. It can brighten someone's day and make you feel better about yourself.
• Forgive. Holding on to anger and resentment will only hurt you in the long run. Forgive those who have wronged you and move on with your life.
• Help others. Helping others is a great way to make yourself happy. It gives you a sense of purpose and makes you feel good about yourself.
• Live in the present moment. Don't dwell on the past or worry about the future. Focus on the present moment and enjoy it to the fullest.
• Be kind to yourself. Treat yourself with the same kindness and compassion that you would treat others.
• Be positive. A positive attitude can go a long way. It can help you overcome challenges and achieve your goals.
• Be grateful for the people in your life. Cherish the people who love and support you. They are the ones who make life worth living.
• Never give up hope. No matter what life throws your way, never give up hope. Keep fighting for what you believe in and never give up on your dreams.
• Live your life to the fullest. Don't waste a single day. Make the most of every moment and live your life to the fullest.
I hope these lessons help you on your journey to happiness.
Q: How is 988 different than 911?
A: 988 was established to improve access to crisis services in a way that meets our country’s growing su***de and mental health-related crisis care needs. 988 provides easier access to the Lifeline network and related crisis resources, which are distinct from the public safety purposes of 911 (where the focus is on dispatching Emergency Medical Services, fire and police as needed).
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Top 10 Lessons From "The 80/20 Principle" by Richard Koch
What is the 80/20 Principle?
The 80/20 principle (aka the Pareto principle) states that 80% of the results come from 20% of the causes.
80/20 thinking requires, and with practice enables, us to spot the few really important things that are happening, and ignore the most unimportant things. It teaches us to see the woods for the trees.
80/20 thinking is reflective, unconventional, hedonistic, strategic, and nonlinear; in that it combines extreme ambition (in the sense of wanting to change things for the better) with a relaxed and confident manner.
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2) 80/20 thinking is reflective
80/20 thinking is different from the type of thinking that prevails today. The latter is usually rushed, opportunistic, linear, and incrementalist.
Our objective is to leave action behind, do some quiet thinking, mine a few small pieces of precious insights, and then act; selectively, on a few objectives and a narrow front, decisively and impressively, to produce terrific results with as little energy and as few resources as possible.
3)80/20 thinking is unconventional
80/20 thinking discovers where conventional wisdom is wrong, as it generally is. The power of the 80/20 principle lies in doing things differently based on unconventional wisdom.
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4)80/20 thinking is strategic
To be strategic is to concentrate on what is important, on the few objectives that give us comparative advantage, on what is important to us rather than others.
5)80/20 thinking is nonlinear
Traditional thinking is encased in a powerful but sometimes inaccurate and destructive mental model: It is linear.
Linear thinking is attractive because it is simple, cut and dried. The trouble is that it is a poor description of the world and an even worse preparation for changing it. Scientists and historians have long ago abandoned linear thinking. Why should we cling to it?
The most valuable insight from 80/20 analysis will always come from examining nonlinear relationships that others are neglecting.
Only a few decisions really matter. Those that do, matter a great deal.
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6)80/20 in Happiness
Happiness is not money, and it is not even like money. Money not spent can be saved and invested and, through the magic of compound interest, multiplied. But, happiness not spent today does not lead to happiness tomorrow.
Happiness, like the mind, will atrophy if not exercised. 80/20 thinkers know what generates their happiness and pursue it consciously, cheerfully, and intelligently, using happiness today to build and multiply happiness tomorrow.
80% of our achievement and happiness takes place in 20% of our time — and these peaks can be expanded greatly.
Our lives are profoundly affected (for good or ill) by a few events and decisions. We can improve our lives dramatically by recognizing the turning points and making the decisions that will make us happy and productive.
Everyone can achieve something significant. The key is not effort, but finding the right thing to achieve. You are hugely more productive at some things than others, but dilute the effectiveness of this by doing too many things when your comparative skill is nowhere near as great.
Most of our failures are in races others enter us into. Most of our successes come from races we want to enter.
Few people spend enough time and thought cultivating their own happiness. They seek indirect goals like money or promotions that may be difficult to attain and will prove when they are attained to be extremely inefficient sources of happiness.
7)80/20 in Investing
Typically, 80% of the increase in wealth from most long-term portfolios comes from fewer than 20% of the investments. It is crucial to pick this 20% well, and then concentrate as much investment as possible into it.
Let those good investments compound: Nobody ever went broke by taking a profit, but many people never got rich by following the same procedure.
8)80/20 in Relationships
You don’t need many allies but you need the right ones, with the right relationships between you and each of them and between themselves. You need them at the right time, in the right place and with a common interest in advancing your interests.
Do not assume your friends and allies are all of roughly equal importance. Focus on your attention on nurturing the key alliances of your life.
You alone cannot make yourself successful (in any area of life). Only others can do that for you.
If you have a strong alliance with both X and Y and they have one between each other, that is excellent. A chin is as strong as it’s weakest link. However strong relationships between X and Y, the ones that really matter for you are your with X and yours with Y.
9)80/20 at Work
80% of the value in any organization or profession comes from 20% of the professionals. Workers who are above average will tend to be paid more than those who are below average, but nowhere near enough to reflect the differential in performance.
It follows that the best people are always underpaid and the worst people always overpaid.
Being Intelligent and Lazy
The key to earning more and working less is to pick the right thing to do and to do only those things that add the highest value.
Identify where 20% of effort gives 80% of the returns: In any sphere of activity, 80% of people are achieving 20% of the results, and 20% of the people are achieving 80% of the results.
What are the majority doing wrong and the minority doing right?
10)80/20 in Winning
There are always winners and losers — and always more of the latter. You can be a winner by choosing the right competition, the right team and the right methods to win.
You are more likely to win by rigging the odds in your favor (legitimately and fairly) than by striving to improve your performance.
You are more likely to win where you hav e won before.
You are more likely to win when you are selective about the races you enter.
80/20 Time Management
80% of achievement is attained in 20% of the time taken. Conversely, 80% of time spent leads to only 20 of output value.
We need to make a conscious effort to step away from the Protestant work ethic. We enjoy hard work — or at least the feeling of virtue that comes from having done it.
What we must do is internalize that hard work—especially for someone else— is usually not an efficient way to achieve what we want. Hard work leads to low returns. Insight and doing what we ourselves want leads to high returns.
Free yourself from obligations imposed by others
It is very difficult to make good use of your time if you don’t control it.
Eliminate or reduce low value activities
Since there is little value in the activities you want to displace, people may not actually notice if you stop doing them. Even if they do notice, that may not care enough to force you to do them if they can see that this would take major effort on their part.
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If you know me, you know my number one biggest fear is public speaking, yet here I am standing in front of multi-millionaires (and billionaires), pitching MY BRAND on national television on a show you might have heard of…Shark Tank! 🦈 (Yeah honestly I still can’t believe I did it either)
I wanted to prove to myself, and to others who struggle with their own mental health that they’re more capable than they think 💪🏻 I wouldn’t have stood a foot on that carpet if it weren’t for all of your support that gave me the courage to go out there and do that. I was beyond terrified to go out there. What if I messed up? What if I forgot my pitch? What if I made an absolute fool of myself? BUT. What if I didn’t do it? What if I didn’t overthink it? What if I went out there and advocated for everyone who needs a voice? What if I helped others feel heard? What if I helped others feel SEEN?
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