W2P1 – Feeling good

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Why we should feel good

Somewhere Ken writes “Seeking joy should be the first part of any plan for positive changes”. I think this recaps what is all is about. When we feel good we attract more good.

I now see that in my own situation I often forget to act upon this wisdom. Which is strange – because I can easily see that in the situation of others. It means that I al gratefully reading this book.

It is true that I am often confronted with negative emotions. The best way to deal with those is is to reset them by feeling as good as we can at this moment. Intimate Modeling explains clearly how. As I am writing – I am feeling a lot better already.

I’m feeling this good that I want to share this feeling with the redaction from a magazine (I met the owner once). I’m looking for their email address. It’s a magazine on the psychology of feeling good.


The second week starts by five mindset that I am to consider and accept. Ken Haberman explains all of them in simple words so that them really come into my hearth.

  1. Choose to live in the now
    1. That’s right. So many guru’s, religions, wise people tell exactly the same
    2. Simple – but it doesn’t mean it’s easy
  2. Make feeling good your TOP priority
    1. What can I think to feel better now?
    2. What can I do to feel better now?
  3. Adopt biases which empower you
  4. Express gratitude often
    1. I already do so!
    2. And this empowers me to do more
    3. Gratitude is a habit as is complaining. The first is the best – then we concentrate on the good.
  5. Treat your feelings as your inner GPS
    1. This is about thrusting our feelings
    2. Bad feelings are warnings signs to change course

Making a list with biases

I’m to make a lits of biases that make me feel good. Three of them. Right now – I wouldn’t know any that suits me. I feel I need some time, help from someone – or just do a major effort. It’s late in the evening as I’m writing…. F*** just make an effort. Pfff..

  • Everyone know that working with me empowers them
  • I’m a source of inspiration to my contacts
  • If there is a way – I will find it. And there always is a way.

Are these the kind of biases that Ken refers to? I’ll ask him.

Questions running my mind

Even getting every mindset into my hearth – there is sentences that I struggle with. For example: “We are not governed by the past”. I am! That is how I feel now. And for sure this is a problem for me right now. I will have to change my mind on that. I will!!

That is funny again. I can see that easily with others. But not with me.

From now on I will treat unwanted thoughts as I do with unwanted guests. Not by fighting them, but by turning them away.

It reminds me of a good friend who sold his business and started a completely new business in which not too many people believed to be the right business. He said: “I succeeded in the last business – I will succeed in this business too”. This response give me power to act the same way of thinking. My friend now has a successful and amazing business inspiring thousands of others.

 What I am grateful for

Really – this is going to be an endless list. It makes no sense to write it all in this blog. I learned to feel gratitude at any moment for anything that happens. Usually I find that easy (I know that it’s not easy for everyone). But sometimes it’s hard. When being confronted with someone who is angry at me for example. Then I need to be silent for a few seconds (that’s also a habit). My habit in all difficult situations is:

  1. Stop
  2. Look – at what is happening
  3. Choose – what can I do? What are the options?
  4. Vote – for the best option
  5. Do – act it out.

It all happens in a second. I learned this technique many years ago during a coaching training. And it always works. (to be honest – I don’t do that all the time. Sometimes I forget about it in the emotions. Well, yes, I’m human too)

My list for gratitude – I would be thankful if it inspires you too.

  • My parents who learned me so much
  • My computer that never fails
  • The clock on the wall
  • Out cat that brings piece
  • The farmers that grow our organic vegetables (even if I don’t know them)
  • Steve Jobs for having designed the Iphone
  • Ken Haberman for wanting to help me with this blog
  • The chair I’m sitting at because is give me support
  • Drinkable water
  • The sun
  • My loving wife and son
  • Freedom
  • Books
  • … and a million others. It’s just so important to feel grateful at all time.

Here is the rules:

Rule 1: Experience gratitude at all time. Rule 2: Express gratitude. Rule 3: Don’t forget and act upon the first two rules.

 That’s all folks

No, that’s not all about week 2. I just deserved a good night of sleep.  Come back tomorrow when I will be acting out  the feeling good week. Come on and join me!


  • The best thing you can do for yourself, for others and for the world is to be happy (Sonia Choquette)
  • If you love life, life will love you back (Arthur Rubinstein)
  • Nothin is so important than that I feel good today and I am going to find ways to do so today (Gerry and Esther hicks)
  • The more you praise and celebrate in life, the more there is in life to celebrate (Oprah Winfrey)
  • Rule 1 is to have a good time – Rule 2 is don’t forget the rule (Warren Buffet)
  • Everything is hardest to obtain when you need it the most (Ken Haberman)
  • We are most attractive to our desire when we are happy about it (Ken Haberman)
  • The better you feel, the more good you attack in life.
  • Seeking joy should be the first part of any plan for positive changes (Ken Haberman)
  • If you’re climbing a mountain – it doesn’t matter how secure your footing was a minute ago. All that matters is right now. (ken Haberman)
  • It’s simple to “live in the now” – that doesn’t mean is easy. It only becomes easy when we are there. (Jakob)
  • If you want to feel rich, just count all the things money can’t buy.
  • Gratitude is not only the greatest of all virtues – but the parent of all others. (Cicero, roman statesman)
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W1P7 – Review Intimate Modeling week 1

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Review Intimate Modeling, week 1

Today I devoted all my time to my family. There has been little time for Intimate Modeling. But several things from what I learned stayed in my mind.

The introduction int the book is almost half of the book. But now that I have read it – I feel that it is probably very useful for the next weeks. Then it will be less reading and more acting, I guess.

Rate your thougths

The most that came up was one of the core activities: “Rate your thoughts“. I stopped several times to think: “What is on my mind now ? Can I reframe that idea so that it is more powerful?”

At night I told my son about this activity. I know he wants to go fishing. I learned him to reframe his question to make it more powerful. And it works. It gives a lot more energy to myself and him.


I often wonder when I can make time for the Intimate Modeling.  I have the time on the clock – but not the time in privacy to stand in front of a mirror and do this exercise. I do feel a bit stupid doing this while the people around me don’t get a clue at all about this training.

But I know that “time” has always been an issue to me. We all have 24 hours a day. Some people are a lot more productive in a single hour then I am in in a single month.

There MUST be something I can learn here.


Yesterday we had a meeting with the directors from my small company Sheltercare. Apparently our company isn’t worth very much. For sure not in the eyes of an accountant.

I decided that we can make it worth a lot by looking from a different angle. It means for me that I will expand our business worldwide and that I will start looking for strategical partners in different continents. Relaxed but with no procrastination. I feel very excited about this. And I feel that Intimate Modeling will for sure help me in this search.

Skype Coaching

I am very excited about my new Skype Coaching offer. I have been a coach for several years – mainly attracting people want a change in their life which is also positively affecting the life of others.

I call myself the “Sustainability Coach“. Creating a sustainable future has always been my “thing”.

Now people can make an appointment over my website, call in with Skype and pay with Paypal.


This blog

I feel very excited that so many people are reading this blog. Never expected more than 30 a day. For sure not more than a hundred. Now that I see so may – I will try to give as much value as possible.


 And tomorrow

I’m looking forward to start with the real thing. Tomorrow

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W1P6-2 – Optional Intimate Modeling activities

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Results since last blog

Last blog was earlier today. It was a great experience doing Intimate Modeling.

Just a few minutes ago I changed this website. Now people can book a coaching appointment and pay over the website to my Paypal account. I decided to go for exclusive Skype coaching. No more transport (so eco friendly), very flexible in timing for you and for me! Contact the Sustainability Coach here.

I launched a twitter message offering an hour of free coaching for the first three people who retweet.

I feel excited on what is going to happen.

Optional Intimate Modeling activities

Ken Haberman motivates in taking more steps for better results at Intimate Modeling. I will note a few that I like most here. Some of them are really easy!

  • Take one step right now (just did that by changing my website)
    • Ken gives a lot of idea’s for small re-occuring steps in our every day life.
    • I like the idea of making small changes in language to align them with my desires
  • Find a mentor
    • I’m very inspired by Steve Jobs. Of course he won’t be able to mentor me in person anymore. But in spirit – he does!
    • Of course – one can have more than one mentor. And they’re all around us!
    • I experience a deep respect for the wisdom of Ken Haberman. Haven’t asked him yet to become my mentor with exact words. I’m considering – it has to be a wise choice.

  • Ask big and ask often!
    • I once asked advice starting a new business to the CEO of a company I hardly knew. His company now invested in mine!
  • Do something you want to do badly
  • Let is go and let it happen

There is more in the book. The last one “Let it go and let it happen” reminds me of how I feel often. I often feel like pushing the brake and the speed at the same time. A waste of energy. If should let go and let happen…

End of the introduction week reading

I now have read the complete introduction week and have done some of the exercises. I will continue doing so for the rest of the weekend- reading and doing.

Tomorrow I will write a recap of the first week.


  • The most lasting and significant positive effects result from small things (David Allen)
  • Find someone who has what you want. Do what they do and you’ll get what they got.
  • Seeks lost of wise counsel. (King Solomon)
  • Your life is the story you keep telling yourself
  • I’ve had thousands of problems in my life, most of them never actually happened (Mark Twain)
  • He who never makes mistakes never makes anything
  • If you want to succeed, double your failure rate (Thomas J. Watson jr)
  • Anything worth doing is worth doing badly (Susan Welter)
  • It’s fat better to do something you want to do badly than nothing at all (Ken Harber)


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W1P6 – Intimate Modeling Experience

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Results since last blog

I woke up and silently did the wake-up routine for the second time as suggested by Anita Sheehan. Felt good. I kept smiling for longer than usual.

I contacted a small innovation advisory office yesterday. Out of the blue. Just because I like what they do. I just wrote a motivational short email. The owner wrote me back. He was enthused to get in contact with me. We found several thing in which we might support each other. Gosh – I like this.

My first intimate modeling experience

This was fun! It really was. Just imagine the situation I was in when I did this.

I was sitting in the car in a long jam. I knew it would take at least an hour. The jam was because I was waiting for the obliged car-control in Belgium. The car moves 4 meter every 5 minutes. Sometimes every 15 minutes.

Prepared myself by creating a vision and title for the session. Ken Haberman also suggest to take some props that help being in the right mood and making the experience more real.

Now, in the car I had very little. I took my warm down jacket (I really love this Crux jacket) – put the heating on (it’s cold outside) and imagined everything else.

To confront myself I started Photo Boot on my Mac. I could see myself on the computer screen.

Foto op 6-03-15 om 10.07

I felt happy, inspired and motivated.

It’s true – Intimate Modeling can be done everywhere!

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W1P5 – ready for the first experience

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Results since last blog

I woke up and silently did the wake-up routine as suggested by Anita Sheehan. Felt good. I kept smiling for longer than usual.

Actions I need to take

Ken suggest that keeping a Manifestation Diary increases the confidence that I’m on the right track. partly I do this by writing this blog. But since confidentiality and respect for other people’s privacy are extremely important to me – I just started wiring in my Day One Journal.

I like it when Ken compares with Lt. Columbo in finding evidence (in this case that my desire is becoming reality). Every little manifestation is part of the evidence that the my desire is manifesting.




Intimate modeling

Finally – the course starts explaining what this Intimate Modeling. The nice thing is that it can never ever fail. And the second is that it’s not forced. I should only do it when I feel like it and never when I don’t want to.

I feel that the first times I will need to force myself a little bit.  It’s like speaking out loudly in a place where everything has been silent for a while.

I can do it by myself or with partners. It can be done in public or private.I know that most of the time I will do this on my own in private. At least – this is what i think now.

Five steps to create an intimate modeling experience

  1. Create a vision of your IM experience
  2. Create a headline of this experience
  3. Write your talking points
  4. Create your props box (read the book for more details)
  5. Act out your desire in ways that inspire you

What I like about the theory – it’s still theory for me – is that the process of Intimate Modeling works better when adding value to people’s lives. This is exactly one of the reasons I chose to work with Ken’s course.

The Intimate Modeling can be brief or extended. Both are likely the best. Long sessions have more dept and power – but involve more time of course.


I am now ready to create a firs Intimate Modeling experience. That experience – you will read tomorrow.


I decided to make the first week of Intimate Modeling a bit longer. Maybe I’m a slow reader. But that I don’t blame myself. I want to suck everything out of this book and try it.


  • I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.
    (Thoreau – not from this book, but it inspired me)
  • What if “failures” don’t count?
  • What if you doubled your “failure” rate?
  • What if your limitations were self imposed, and you could ditch them right now?
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W1P4 – choice for big results

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Results since last blog

Nothing to mention today.

Thoughts while reading

Day 4 – I have read 15% of the book. I’m reading slowly. Making notes – and highlighting parts. The introduction in quite large. I expected to have the time to read and re-read as suggested. If I want to do that – I will have to take more time every day.

And here I read: “‘If you want BIG results from Intimate Modeling, you need BIG focus on it for the next seven weeks.

This is something to overthink. BIG… – it’s yelling in my head: “YES, I WANT BIG RESULTS” – and at the same time there is a little but powerful devil in my head telling me “It’s not going to work – don’t spend too much energy on it – you’re not going to be supported by your loved ones – ….”.

I can choose my own thoughts. I KNOW that I cannot get more out if I put little in. Choose now, Jakob, make your choice for the next 7 weeks.

“Let’s go for the BIG results”. I will mail Ken Haberman and tell him that. Hopefully he’s willing to support me. This blog is not just for me. It’s not for Ken. It’s not just for my coaching customers. It’s for everyone who wants a change for the better in his/her live and in the life of others.


Big results need a big space

Big results need a big space

Morning advice from a good friend

I called my good friend Anita Sheehan earlier today. She’s a great coach. She supported me by giving me a morning advice which I will take as long as it is not conflicting the theory of this book.

Before stepping out of bed – do these five steps:
  1. Name 3 things for which I am grateful
  2. State one positive intention for the day
  3. Take three deep breaths
  4. Forgive myself for whatever happened the day before
  5. Smile – and keep that smile as long as possible.
Thank you Anita!

Things to do

Make a schedule

In order to find time I will make a schedule with how I spend my time now. Then I can decide what I can cut away to devote to Intimate Modeling. I now estimate the time I spend on each.

  • Self development (this training and a little bit more) – 2,5 hours
  • Sheltercare and outdoor agency-  6 hours
  • Coaching – 1 hour
  • Family care – 4 hours
  • Reading – hardly at this moment. Isabel Allende has to wait a bit.
  • Hobbies – none, my work is my hobby.
  • TV – we don’t use our TV. But around 30 minutes a day we spend on something on youtube
  • Sports – hardly at this moment. I would like to restart running
  • Internet: 30 minutes
  • Sleeping – too little

I’ll have to run over this list a couple of time.  I can see that for sure I can cut on the time I spend on Sheltercare and bring that over to sleeping more, coaching more, doing a bit of sports.

That’s the plan for now – but I need to walk over those times again.

Core activities

The book suggest for the rest of the 7 weeks to take 6 core activities every day – and 9 other optional activities to strengthen the effect of the training. Wow – it’s going to be heavy the next 7 weeks. I wonder if this can be fun. I know I just have to proceed here and just do it.

  1. Review and accept weekly mindsets
  2. Create my vision
  3. own my experiences
  4. Rate my thoughts
  5. Update my manifestation diary
  6. Intimate Modeling

Then Ken advices 9 optional activities.

I experience a mixed feeling of excitement and scare for the BIG I promised myself. But Ken Haberman suggests to relax. Feeling comfortable is important.

Setting my vision for the Intimate Modeling course

I, Jakob De Proft, set my vision for my Intimate Modeling Course as:

Growing my income substanially by adding value for others and for the environment.


Supporting my family in their spiritual, emotional and physical health.

Personal statement of ownership

I, Jakob De Proft, take full ownership for this Intimate Modeling Course. I realize that by owning my experiences I empower myself in creating my vision.

Rating thoughts

From all I read today the exercise of rating my thoughts was the strongest. Let me try to to this with one thought.

Jakob, You’re tired. You should go to bed.

I rate this 4/10

Jakob, after you close the book for tonight you earned a good night.

Better – 7/10

Jakob, you have earned a good night of sleep. Tomorrow a bright new happy days awaits with unexpected good things.

I like this. 8,5/10. Closing this blog now.

Inspirational quotes for this day of reading

  • To be in hell is to drift. To be in heaven is to steer. (George Bernard Shaw)
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W1P3 – power of small differences

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Results since last blog

How difficult to state that any result has to do anything by reading and action upon this course. But looking back over the weeks to come – I will probably notice changes that will have made a difference in any way.

Today some things happened:

  • I got a new customer for my outdoor business agency. Probably my second biggest. It was a very nice conversation. He (the customer) must have noticed the passion and willingness to help in my eyes -:)
  • Out of the blue I received another business proposal. Still have to read it. But even if I won’t accept – I am so happy and grateful that this old relation though of me.

The power of small differences

This title of a paragraph in Ken Haberman’s course is the one that runs around in my mind. I’m probably not yet grasping it completely what Ken means but I feel there is something very important for me to learn.

It puts a lot of stress on me when I am reading this. A small difference can cause big differences – and if I don’t make this small difference, nothing will happen. I feel I need someone to coach me on this. Where and how do I make this small change in my life. Funny – that is exactly what I coach other people about.

The mini course

At the end of the book there is a mini course. To prepare for shortly upcoming events. Interesting to know by now. I’m sure that one of the next days this mini course might be of use.

Actions that I need to take

Ken Haberman advices to start slow. Apparently there is some recommended activities further in the introduction.

I am to find a dedicated time every day to do some Intimate Modeling training. I find that difficult to do as I wan to do this in privacy – on my own. And in the house we live in now – this is not easy. Could I do it while making a walk? Or by leaving just a bit later than my family members every morning?

One of the thinks I will concentrate on the next days is on my thoughts. Thinking on the things I have that money can’t buy. Out smart son, my lovely wife, my relaxed being, my grateful customers, a nice home, …

Promises – benefits of Intimate Modeling

  1. It’s fun
  2. It can benefit almost everyone
  3. Increases our attraction power for all good
  4. Intimate Modeling might be the last self help course we need. Oops – I wanted to try another one at some stage -:)
  5. Short term inspiration and long term gain
  6. Help free you from what you don’t want (see Warning below)
  7. Piece of mind
  8. Improved mental and physical health
  9. Improved relationships
  10. Create the life you (I in this case) want
  11. Intimate Modeling gets a habit
  12. Work less, thrill more!

And more! I will get back to this in 7 weeks from now that I am writing this.

The law of attraction

As written before – this training is partly based upon the great Law of Attraction (LOA). The easiest way to explain is these words: “Like attracts like”.

We attract in our lives what we are – and not what we think we are. Therefore it is crucial to make small but smart changes in what we think. We are responsible to work with this law. It always works just like the law of gravity. It cannot be fooled.

Ken Haberman explains in his book how we should deal with the Law of Attraction. It’s useful stuff!

Ken’s advice

  1. Let feeling’s be my guide
  2. Choose activities so I look forward to Intimate Modeling  sessions
  3. Do a little less than I can (this one is great!)


The law of attraction (LOA) can bring us what we do not want. It brings us what we think about. Therefore we need to think on what we want. We CAN choose our own thoughts.

Quotes that inspired me reading today

  • Change the way you look at things and the things you look at will change. (lao Tzu)
  • It is what it is (loving this one – it so simple and so powerful)
  • If you are not enjoying yourself, your are wasting time (Susan Jeffers)
  • Motivation get you going. Habits get you there.  (Art Sobczak)
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W1P2 – the 7 week fun course

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Here I am starting to read the introduction and let YOU know how it works for me.

The Intimate Modeling course is – in my view – based upon the LOA (the Law Of Attraction). I really believe in this thought and I wonder how this book will help me.


7 week fun course

The training consists of 7 separate weeks.

  1. Introduction week (this is not just a few pages to turn quickly! – Its part of the training)
  2. Feel Good Now Week
  3. Add Value Week
  4. Love Yourself Week
  5. Desire Week
  6. Flirting Week
  7. Intimacy Week

As I write now – we’re in the beginning of the first week.

What is Intimate Modeling?

I have learned that Intimate Modeling is playing. It’s acting as if…. Putting ourselves in a certain role and playing a situation. Just like children do. Ken Haberman suggests that it should be fun! If it’s not fun – it’s not working.

And playing isn’t that stupid after all. That is what pilots do all the time before they fly the airplane!

The Intimate Modeling play will naturally be replaced by more inspiring real experiences.

Then our real life experiences will also become more powerful.

What happened

Actions that I need to take

I will need to take a full week to read and review the introduction from Ken Haberman’s course: Intimate Modeling. It will take some efforts. Let’s hope they are worth it…. they must be!

It’s also about starting from where I am now. Sounds logical – there is no other way. But it sounds more relaxing. It’s OK where I am now.


I wonder – as in my previous blog – what it will bring to me. Here is a few things that the power of attraction might bring to me:

  • Laugh more often
  • Feel more energetic
  • Improve relationships
  • Positive “coincidences”
  • Meet more desirable friends and (business) relations
  • Feel more confident
  • Feel increasing temptation to do good things


Ken warns that if we are encountering persistent struggle – we’re probably on the wrong track. Then we are not following our passion. Intimate Modeling is pursuing passion.

Quotes that inspired me in the introduction

  • Unless you try to do something beyond what you already mastered, you will never grow.
  • The possession of anything begins with the mind (Bruce Lee)
  • If you love what you do, you will never work another day in your life (Confucius)
  • We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same. (Carlos Castadena)
  • Passion is far more powerful than willpower. Passion is far more enjoyable than willpower. (Ken Haberman)


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W1P1 – preface (changing habits)

I just started reading Intimate Modeling. The first week will be most of the reading. It seems that some structure will be needed for the next weeks.
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Changing habits – preparation

In order to read this book I know that I will have to change some habits. I do not have the habit it taking a book and reading it every day for a bit. I am rather reading a lot or nothing at all. That will not work if I want to follow the guidelines during the next 7 weeks.

Therefore I will take one hour in the late evening and an optional hour in the morning every single day into grasping this training. No change ever comes with our offering something. Sleeping less could be a solution – but rather dangerous I guess. I will offer the time I use to watch some movies and the time I spend on other non-important issues.

I will also put pen and paper close at any time. Most of my writing is with the computer. But I want to be sure that I can take a not at ANY time.

I just noticed that by reading I am often distracted by messaged on my phone and computer. Switch Facebook OFF now. And other non urgent distractors.


In en countered the first problem in knowing wether this course will work or not. Measuring. As most of the things around this book are not tangible – it’s harder to measure the improvements. Sure I will feel them if the improvement is big enough!

The promises from the book

Honestly Ken Haberman doesn’t promise anything as it all depends on the reader. That is something that add value to the writer. It’s completely true. Knowing something without action doesn’t change anything.

But here is some things that might happen:

  • It is unlikely that you could take the Intimate Modeling Course and not enjoy the experience and noticeable improvements in your life.
  • Ken Haberman hopes that by reading this book more people will live their life more happily, more lovingly, more abundantly and free of regrets.
  • Even if you take the Intimate Modeling Course only once you will likely enjoy long term benefits (How will we measure this?)
  • It’s not a self improvement course. Doesn’t change personality. By slight changes in habits and thoughts it creates big differences

Some inspiration quotes that crossed my mind

  • There are two ways to live your life, as if everything is a miracle or as if nothing is a miracle (Albert Einstein)
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