Dr. Simon: 12 Steps to Living a Good and Fulfilling Life

  1. Be positive. Wake up in a positive mood and stay positive throughout the day. Be prepared to maintain this mental state in the upcoming days.
  2. Foster good ideas. Your ideas make you since your ideas are your only tangible reality. Don’t bother what others think of your ideas unless you want to get genuine feedback.
  3. Develop meaningful relationships: work hard to cultivate and maintain friendships with quality people, explicitly showing your respect to those who deserve it.
  4. Discover valuable resources and use them: intelligent people and good and profound books enrich your existence enormously. Even discussions on the internet (e.g. on my telegram channel @Goddek) can offer interesting insights. However, avoid spending too much time on toxic and manipulative online platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. If you don’t have money for books, access whatever you wish to read for free via http://libgen.rs.
  5. Live with passion and purpose. You can only be excellent at things you’re passionate about. This doesn’t include habit-forming substances or activities such as alcohol, gambling, watching pr0n, or being on social media all day long. But, as noted by Paracelsus, the dose makes the poison.
  6. Have uplifting visions. Not only about what you want to achieve, but about who you want to become. Make a list of 3-6 points and put it above your desk, bed, or sunshade.
  7. Have a plan concerning your visions. Your vision should be based on a logical sequence of ideas and executable actions. Doing so is crucial for attaining self-fulfilment.
  8. Be flexible. Always be ready to adjust, adapt, and improvise in front of every obstacle – because obstacles are and will be inevitable, as the current utopian madness shows.
  9. Get the most out of every day, making excellence a habit, and habits part of your daily routine. Try to improve one skill by 1% every day.
  10. Eat healthy food (vegetables, fermented foodstuff, organic meat, fatty fish, fruits, herbs, etc.) and exercise at least 30 minutes each day. Avoid consuming vegetable oils and sugars and sitting for more than 6 hours a day. Sitting is the new smoking.
  11. Get outside. The sun is our life elixir. It doesn’t only synthesise vitamin D but also has a way more complex impact on our metabolism. Supplementing with Vitamin D cannot replace sun exposure but should be taken complementary, especially during the winter. Take it together with Vitamin K2-MK7, Zinc and Magnesium (https://t.me/goddek/521).
  12. Be eternally grateful as it will significantly impact your mood. Nothing in this life is guaranteed but death. Today is the perfect day to start living your life unconditionally.

Dr. Simon @Goddek

Published by markskidmore

Mark Skidmore is Professor of Economics at Michigan State University where he holds the Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy. His research focuses on topics in public finance, regional economics, and the economics of natural disasters. Mark created the Lighthouse Economics website and blog to share economic research and information relevant for navigating tumultuous times.

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