Spiritual

Watching Television Is Destroying Your Soul

Posted by Tony Cooper on

My earliest recollection of watching television is being sat in the front room after school, wrapped up in Dastardly and Muttley and Blue Peter. If I was feeling rebellious enough I might have watched Grange Hill, but I'd have to make sure my parents were not around as they would surely disapprove of all that early teen anarchic chaos.

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Look In The Mirror And Face Your Own Mortality

Posted by Tony Cooper on

You are still here with me then. That's good because hundreds of thousands of people didn't wake up today. Many are taken by old age and natural causes, and some are taken from us suddenly like the Leicester city chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha who died in a tragic helicopter crash over the weekend.

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Habits, Routines. Habits, Routines.

Posted by Tony Cooper on

Most successful people have deeply ingrained habits and routines, in particular, they have strong morning routines. Whereas most drinkers are all over the place and they can only manage to get their kids off to school or make time for breakfast before stumbling out of the front door in a fog of agitation and self-resentment.

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Beginning A Meditation Practice

Posted by Tony Cooper on

Up at 4 am. I awoke at 3.30 am and tried to go back to sleep but in the end, decided it was pointless lying there wide awake and I might as well get a jump on the day.

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A Self Improvement Tip That Works – Kick The Booze!

Posted by Tony Cooper on

I've lost count of the number of self-improvement books I've read. My fixation with self-improvement began in my twenties when I absently picked up a copy of "Top Performance: How to Develop Excellence in Yourself and Others" by Zig Ziglar at a friends house. It looked like it had been read a thousand times and I have a new copy that I purchased a few years ago on my bookshelf.

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