Best Articles

New to Mindful Ambition? Start here, with 10 top lessons from some of the best articles.

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  1. Spend your time in a way that aligns with your priorities. (Article)

    "It is not a daily increase, but a daily decrease. Hack away at the inessentials.” ~ Bruce Lee

  2. Thoughts are not facts. Don’t believe everything you think. (Article)

    “I discovered that when I believed my thoughts, I suffered, but that when I didn’t believe them, I didn’t suffer, and that this is true for every human being.” ~ Byron Katie

  3. You are responsible for your life. Take ownership over it. (Article)

    “You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”~ Marcus Aurelius

  4. Negativity is contagious. How you deal with it makes a world of difference. (Article)

    "Negativity can only feed on negativity."~ Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

  5. Many people live life with regrets, but you don’t have to. (Article)

    “Integrity is choosing courage over comfort; choosing what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy; and choosing to practice our values rather than simply professing them.”~ Brené Brown

  6. How you show up in the world is a choice. (Article)

    “The ability to subordinate an impulse to a value is the essence of the proactive person.”~ Stephen R. Covey

  7. You assign meaning to events in your life. Choose the empowering narrative.

    “…there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”~ William Shakespeare, Hamlet

  8. Patience isn’t a fixed quality, but a skill that can be developed. (Article)

    "Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet." ~ Aristotle

  9. Don’t let fear of “what might happen" hold you back from living a better life. (Article)

    "There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure." ~ Paulo Coelho

  10. Life is lived in moments. Focus on the journey, not the destination. (Article)

    “Success is a journey not a destination. The doing is usually more important than the outcome.”~ Arthur Ashe