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Fall, Family, and Friends: BE SO BUSY LOVING YOUR LIFE THAT YOU HAVE NO TIME FOR REGRET, WORRY, FRET, OR FEAR AD Made by: DailyDose It doesn't matter how smart you are. It doesn't matter how talented you are, which skills you have, where you are born, or which family you came from. All that counts if you want to be successful in life is the people you surround yourself with. . It's a notion so simple, yet so difficult to get started with. Something I tried to do very specifically is this exercise: Who are the 5 people in your life that you spend time with? As in, if your day has 24 hours, how many of those hours are spent with which people. (I'm guessing amongst people will be some members of your family, your spouse, co-workers and some close friends.) Write those 5 people on a piece of paper. (It's ok if they are less than 5.) . Once you have a list of those 3-5 people, ask yourself this: Who are they? What do they do with their lives? How ambitious are they, how successful have they been, how happy, optimistic, and enthusiastic are they? . Evaluate carefully if those people will really be those that will help you get to the next level you want to get to. Do they push you forward when you come to them with new ideas, no matter what? Or do they tell you that what you have in mind won't work? Will they keep you going once the birds pick up your seeds, once your seeds fall on shallow or thorny ground? . Make a choice of who in your list you want to continue spending time with. Don't be afraid if none or only 1 or 2 amongst your 5 people today meet the standard of excellence you want to set for yourself. Keep going, decrease the time you spend, and increase the amount of time you keep your eyes looking for people that you want to have as one of your 5 closest people. . Don't be afraid to lose some friends, support from your family, or anything else if that means you start surrounding yourself with the right people. Instead of becoming the average of some average people, dip with the best. ➖ @timkarsliyev ➖
Fall, Family, and Friends: BE SO BUSY LOVING YOUR LIFE
 THAT YOU HAVE NO TIME
 FOR REGRET, WORRY,
 FRET, OR FEAR
 AD
 Made by:
 DailyDose
It doesn't matter how smart you are. It doesn't matter how talented you are, which skills you have, where you are born, or which family you came from. All that counts if you want to be successful in life is the people you surround yourself with. . It's a notion so simple, yet so difficult to get started with. Something I tried to do very specifically is this exercise: Who are the 5 people in your life that you spend time with? As in, if your day has 24 hours, how many of those hours are spent with which people. (I'm guessing amongst people will be some members of your family, your spouse, co-workers and some close friends.) Write those 5 people on a piece of paper. (It's ok if they are less than 5.) . Once you have a list of those 3-5 people, ask yourself this: Who are they? What do they do with their lives? How ambitious are they, how successful have they been, how happy, optimistic, and enthusiastic are they? . Evaluate carefully if those people will really be those that will help you get to the next level you want to get to. Do they push you forward when you come to them with new ideas, no matter what? Or do they tell you that what you have in mind won't work? Will they keep you going once the birds pick up your seeds, once your seeds fall on shallow or thorny ground? . Make a choice of who in your list you want to continue spending time with. Don't be afraid if none or only 1 or 2 amongst your 5 people today meet the standard of excellence you want to set for yourself. Keep going, decrease the time you spend, and increase the amount of time you keep your eyes looking for people that you want to have as one of your 5 closest people. . Don't be afraid to lose some friends, support from your family, or anything else if that means you start surrounding yourself with the right people. Instead of becoming the average of some average people, dip with the best. ➖ @timkarsliyev ➖

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Fire, Friends, and Memes: RESPECTR RESPECT Esate US ARM In September 2008, Brown was conducting route security in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He and his Soldiers began receiving indirect fire, which quickly changed to direct fire, coming at them from different directions. As he went to help the men in the M1151 humvees in front of him, Brown entered an enemy engagement area. It was there that he was struck by an improvised explosive device - Brown suffered third degree burns to 30 percent of his body - mostly places his individual body armor did not cover - and lost his left index finger in the accident. He was evacuated and, once in the United States, was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas; BAMC is a level I trauma center and home to the Army Burn Center - Thank you Mr. Brown for your selfless sacrifices!🇺🇸 And thank you for being a true hero! - - - 1 like=1 Salute 1 Follow =10 Salute - - ❎ DOUBLE TAP pic 🚹 TAG your friends 🆘 DM your Pics-Vids 📡 Check My IG Stories 💥Check the link in Bio 👉@veterancollection 🔥Follow us @veterancollection - Repost @veteranownedworld - 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 - usarmy armylife usnavyseal navylife militarylife militarylove usmilitaryacademy navylife usmilitary usarmyveteran veterans supportthetroops supportourveterans usnavy USMC USCG usmarines armedforces semperfi usairforcepride usairforce hooah Oorah armystrong infantry activeduty supportourtroops usarmedforces
Fire, Friends, and Memes: RESPECTR
 RESPECT Esate
 US ARM
In September 2008, Brown was conducting route security in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He and his Soldiers began receiving indirect fire, which quickly changed to direct fire, coming at them from different directions. As he went to help the men in the M1151 humvees in front of him, Brown entered an enemy engagement area. It was there that he was struck by an improvised explosive device - Brown suffered third degree burns to 30 percent of his body - mostly places his individual body armor did not cover - and lost his left index finger in the accident. He was evacuated and, once in the United States, was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas; BAMC is a level I trauma center and home to the Army Burn Center - Thank you Mr. Brown for your selfless sacrifices!🇺🇸 And thank you for being a true hero! - - - 1 like=1 Salute 1 Follow =10 Salute - - ❎ DOUBLE TAP pic 🚹 TAG your friends 🆘 DM your Pics-Vids 📡 Check My IG Stories 💥Check the link in Bio 👉@veterancollection 🔥Follow us @veterancollection - Repost @veteranownedworld - 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 - usarmy armylife usnavyseal navylife militarylife militarylove usmilitaryacademy navylife usmilitary usarmyveteran veterans supportthetroops supportourveterans usnavy USMC USCG usmarines armedforces semperfi usairforcepride usairforce hooah Oorah armystrong infantry activeduty supportourtroops usarmedforces

In September 2008, Brown was conducting route security in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He and his Soldiers began receiving indirect fire, which qu...