James Egan

365 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Your Life

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When James Egan’s fiancée was diagnosed with cancer, he was afraid she’d call off the wedding. But four weeks after Julie finished her treatment, she married the man she loved—proving that the human spirit can conquer seemingly insurmountable obstacles. We all have that kind of strength, but it can be hard to find and use it in our daily lives. This guide makes it easier by sharing 365 ways you can stop sabotaging your life and happiness. Whether it’s an everyday challenge or finding the courage to confront the unexpected, you can discover ways to transform your life, including strategies for striking up conversations with strangers, moving past the pain of a love affair that has ended, starting a new romantic relationship, being more approachable, and meeting problems head on. Alphabetized for easy reference, it offers wise sayings from some of history’s most accomplished individuals to help you keep working toward your goals and become the person you want to be.
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    Bricolage is a term used to describe the ability to create, simply by using the tools currently at your disposal. Some people can be flung into any situation, and they will adapt to their surroundings and use what they find to get to where they want.

    Other people will use it as an excuse. Being aware of what is practical and what is inadequate can stop you from fueling your idle hobbies and fixate that potential energy and effort into sensible aspects of your life.

    Work is only noticed when it’s not done.

    – Anon
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    A guy will promise you the world and give you nothin’,
    and that’s the blues.

    – Otis Rush
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    One priority may seem harmless, but it may collide with another priority. They can get in the way of each other or cancel each other out, and we end up getting nothing done. Goals shouldn’t be mixed with “things to do.”

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