Simple is good and small is beautiful. And if this is so, everything simple and small must be true. If you multiply this by 100, you know something of great value to accompany you in life. Read and meditate carefully on these very simple truths, perhaps too simple, like everything that is valuable in life.
1.- You have a 100% discount if you don’t buy it.
2.- Not wanting something is as good as having it.
3.- The success of another person is not your failure.
4.- A question opens the mind, a statement keeps it closed.
5.- The time you spend on things you can’t control takes time away from things you can.
6.- Being creative is simply combining interest with initiative.
7.- Success, like happiness, cannot be pursued. It must be a result.
8.- Value compliments and insults equally.
9.- Consuming information will not make you intelligent, applying it will.
10.- Be happy with what you have while working for what you want.
11.- Life is too short not to be chasing the best opportunity…
12.- Inspiration multiplies productivity, but it is perishable. Act quickly!
13.- Minimalism is not about not owning anything, it is about nothing owning you.
14.- Why do you get discouraged because of the time this takes you? Time will pass anyway.
15.- People don’t care what you can do, they care what you can do for them. (Very simple truths…)
16.- How much you eat affects your size, and how much you move affects your shape.
17.- Not having time for that is another way of saying that it is not important.
18.- Choose consistency over intensity, because consistency has aggregating effects over time.
19.- Most traditions are solutions to forgotten problems.
20.- You were born in a day, you will die in a day, and you can change in a day.
21.- Yesterday is over, tomorrow is not promised, and today is all that remains.
22.- Do not focus on anything that does not matter, so you will know the power of concentration regarding what does matter.
23.- More options often lead to less action. Do more by doing less.
24.- It is not the thing that bothers you, but your interpretation of it.
25.- The focus repeatedly says NO to almost everything.
26.- You can build your dream or help someone else build theirs. (Very simple truths…)
27.- Stop exchanging time for money, start exchanging value for money.
28.- Learning to learn is one of the best investments you can make with your time.
29.- Your circumstances have nothing to do with your emotional state.
30.- Discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most.
31.- The real value of money is represented by what it allows you to stop doing.
32.- If you lower your expectations, you will rarely be disappointed.
33.- Creativity is an infinite resource: the more you spend, the more you have.
34.- Each “no” improves your ability to maximize the benefits of a future “yes”.
35.- The distance between where you are and where you want to be is shorter than you think.
36.- Your ideas are worth nothing without the will to put them into practice.
37.- Be interesting to others by being interested in them.
38.- Every person you meet knows something that you don’t.
39.- Speak when you have something to say, not when you want to say something.
40.- Since mediocrity is the path of least resistance, it is also the most competitive.
41.- Being busy is not a badge of honor, it is a lack of freedom. (Very simple truths…)
42.- Your thoughts and feelings are choices. Either you control them or they control you.
43.- You don’t lack motivation, you lack a better reason.
44.- Time is your most valuable resource, spend it wisely.
45.- Admit when you are wrong, and be humble when you are right.
46.- Your brain is not filled with more information, it expands along with it.
47.- If it takes less than 5 minutes, don’t schedule it, do it now.
48.- Your biggest competitor in life is yourself.
49.- Life only gives you what you decided you could have.
50.- The Internet eliminates the barrier to how much you can learn about anything.
51.- Ignore the noise, people will criticize you no matter what you do.
52.- Avoiding stupidity is many times, a better strategy than looking for genius.
53.- If you have time to consume, you have time to create.
54.- There is no right or wrong time, there is the only time, and what you choose to do with it.
55.- You can steal all the ideas you want, but the action can only come from within.
56.- Feel comfortable changing your mind after you learn or know something new.
57.- Food feeds your brain, and information feeds your mind. You are what you consume.
58.- Read to find new ideas, write to understand them, and implement them to learn from them.
59.- Your current habits are a preview of the future you want.
60.- The best teachers are your previous mistakes.
61.- Working hard gets you nowhere if you’re doing the wrong work. (Very simple truths…)
62.- Being alone is physical, feeling alone is mental.
63.- Silence is a blank canvas for your thoughts.
64.- If you don’t feel like working, nobody can compete with you.
65.- Compare up and feel envious, compare down and feel grateful.
66.- You are not what you say or think, you are what you do.
67.- There are no millionaire ideas, only millionaire executions.
68.- You can only aspire to the limit of your beliefs.
69.- Saying YES benefits others, and saying NO benefits you.
70.- The quality of your mind determines the quality of your life.
71.- Being great is simply being consistently good.
72.- Spending time on things that give you time is a good use of time.
73.- The dots are only connected in hindsight.
74.- If you only consume, you work online, if you create, you put the internet to work for you.
75.- Hours worked are not equal to production.
76.- Luck favors those who are on the move.
77.- The only difference between creators and consumers is the will to publish.
78.- If you never get bored of learning, you will never get tired of living.
79.- The more you move, the easier it will be for you to keep moving.
80.- The only productivity trick you need is to enjoy what you do.
81.- How you do anything is how you do everything.
82.- Beliefs have more to do with belongings than with the truth.
83.- Continuous improvement is better than backward perfection.
84.- Do many things that you like to find the few things that you love.
85.- The first impression you convey is not your appearance, it is your energy. (Very simple truths…)
86.- You are not bad at something, you are simply new to it.
87.- Death is the price we pay for life, learn to make peace with it.
88.- The sooner you pay the price, the less it will cost you in the long run.
89.- Motivation comes more often after starting, not before.
90.- Integrity is being the same person regardless of the circumstances.
91.- Increase your success rate by increasing your failure rate.
92.- The cost of anything in life is money, time, or attention.
93.- Discipline is doing what you hate doing as if you liked it. (Very simple truths…)
94.- While you work with less, you will do more with what you have.
95.- Absorb what is useful, discard what is not, and add what is exclusively yours.
96.- Most of the bad things in life come from too much or too little of one thing.
97.- If you are reading this, you have everything you need to start.
98.- Peace is the absence of desire.