The Secrets to Living an Awesome Life

You have heard the message before – the secrets to living an excellent life. But they bear repeating from time to time. And Neil Pasricha, editor of the 1000 Awesome Things blog, communicates it all in a rather touching and earnestly straightforward way. This talk comes from TEDxToronto, staged in September 2010….

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  • Robin says:

    That was really great. Thanks!

  • Anne says:

    Thank you for linking to this. I needed this today….

    My fav quote came around 8:15 – “There are times in life where you will be tossed down the well too with twists in your stomach and holes in your heart…and when that bad news washes over you and the pain sponges and soaks in, … you always have two choices – One: you can twirl and swirl in gloom and doom forever or two: you can grieve and then face the future with newly sober eyes.”

    That absolutely summed up my attitude for the two years after my nasty divorce.

  • Deepan says:

    Highly inspiring talk that sums up very beautifully the way to live a vibrant and happy life. Awesome!

  • Stephanie Rogers says:

    Thanks for sharing this link. I live by the 3 A’s in the speech too and I’m all about embracing our inner 3 yr old! I wish more people would embrace their inner children too. it’s amazing how far a positive attitude can take us.

  • Lisa says:

    We can never be reminded enough of how important it is to appreciate the simple things. We all have such a short time on earth but can spend too much time on things that do not matter. Thanks for the insight and the easy steps for living a gratifying life.

  • Meancat98 says:

    omg im 12 and even that help me

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