Lady Gaga’s $23 Million Malibu Mansion Isn’t What You’d Think It Is – Worthly
A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos – Caveman Circus
The Best Singers of All Time – Ranker
Feminine Beauty Around The Globe – Hexagram
Onset disasters that were almost fatal – Bro My God
Meet Kung Jin, Mortal Kombat’s First Gay Character – Crowd Ignite
25 Snapchats From The Secret Lives of Rich Kids – Linkiest
Girl Who Was Paralyzed For 11 Days Surprises Her Nurse (video) – Leenks
Bella Thorne’s Patriotic Swimsuit And Daisy Dukes – G-Celeb
Half the People In Japan Have Stopped Having Sex – Complex
Girls of Istagram: Sydney A Maler (46 Photos) – Radass
Rita Ora Works Her Weird Style In Paris – Moe Jackson
The 20 Most Beautiful College Girls According to Google – World Wide Interweb
17 Things People Who’ve Ever Lived In A Small Town Understand – Thought Catalog
Excuse Me, My Eyes Are Up Here! (36 Pics) – Regretful Morning
78 years ago, a journalist studied 500 rich men and boiled down their success into 13 steps – Business Insider
18 shower thoughts that actually make sense – Bad Sentinel
Samantha Hoopes should definitely be on your radar – The Blemish
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go...”
- Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You'll Go!
A young couple decided to quit the rat race and gave up their jobs to sail around the world – despite never having set foot on a sailing boat before.
Matt and Jessica Johnson, both 32, decided to give up their ‘American Dream’ and purchased a boat in 2008.
After practicing for three years, the duo were finally ready to set sail and drift into the sunset.
“Our lives were the typical American Dream. Go to school, get married, buy a house, start a career. So far we’ve also left out the part of having 2.5 kids,” the Grand Rapids, Michigan, couple told the Daily Mail. “For too long we had spent all of our weekends in front of the TV without ever doing anything productive or enjoyable. We realised this needed to change.”
Living off about $1000 USD per month. The Johnsons have visited 16 countries so far, including the Bahamas, Jamaica, Cuba and Peru; their cat Georgie, who knows how to swim, has been travelling with them since 2012.
“She does very well with the sailing and is more steady on her feet than we are,” Jessica said. “She loves sitting on the deck and watching the fish over the side of the boat when we are at anchor. We found out she can swim when she jumped overboard in Grand Cayman. She swam around the back of the boat and climbed up the ladder.”
Sunrise at Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Aerial Image. If you look carefully, you might notice the person enjoying this natural beauty.
While touring the waterways along the Antarctic Peninsula, we saw two Adelie Penguins watching their surroundings from the top of an Iceberg
By Henrik Edberg
“The ideas I stand for are not mine. I borrowed them from Socrates. I swiped them from Chesterfield. I stole them from Jesus. And I put them in a book. If you don’t like their rules, whose would you use?”
– Dale Carnegie
“Who was Dale Carnegie?” you may wonder. Well, he was a guy that was born 110 years ago. He died in 1955. He was a rich man, a very successful man.
He wrote a little book called “How to Win Friends and Influence People”. It went on to sell over 30 million copies. It still sells today and is probably one of the best books on how to improve your social skills.
Carnegie then continued to write more books and to create courses on how to interact with people, on how to make friends and on how to gain influence.
Here are 10 of my favourite tips from Dale Carnegie. And as the opening quote says, these tips have been time-tested for the last few hundreds or thousands of years. They are pretty solid.
1. Create your own emotions.
“If you want to be enthusiastic, act enthusiastic.”
Emotions work backwards too. You can use that to your advantage. If you are stuck in a negative emotion then you can often shake it off. Change your body – how you move, sit and stand – and act as you would like to feel. Enthusiasm and other positive emotions are much more useful and pleasurable for everyone in an interaction. Because…
2. It’s not so much about the logical stuff.
“When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.”
This is so key. Logic is good but in the end, in interactions and in life, we are emotional creatures. We send and receive emotions from other people. That is one reason why body language and voice tonality is often said be up to 93% of communication. Now, those numbers were for some specific situations but I still believe that these two ways of communication are very, very important.
The body language and the voice tonality is a bit like the rest of the iceberg, the great mass below the tip of the words we use. Those two things communicate how we are feeling and give indication to what we are thinking. And that’s why it’s important to be able to change how you feel. To be in a positive mood while interacting. Because that will have a great impact on how you say something and how you use your body. And those two things will have a big impact on your results and relationships.
Awesome Life Advice From The One And Only, Bill F**king Murray! – Caveman Circus
50 Lessons We Learned from The Rock’s Instagram – Ranker
11 Year Old Break Up Text Ends With A Brutal Burn – Bro My God
Want A Healthy Life? Try These Smart Food Swaps – Hexagram
33 Co-Stars Who Totally Hated Each Other – Ranker
Timing Is Everything: Hilarious Accidental Photos – Crowd Ignite
iPhone Case Shaped Like a Gun Sells for Only $4.99 Is The Worst Idea Ever – Worthly
Powerful Photos That Are Impossible To Look At Indifferently – Linkiest
The $7 Dollar Homemade Shotgun (video) – Leenks
One of the wealthiest people on earth just announced he’s giving all his money to charity – Upworthy
22 fascinating facts about the majority of Americans – Business Insider
Olivia Ross Social Media Pics For You Mofos – G-Celeb
Scientist Who Faked HIV Vaccine Research Sentenced to Prison – TIME
The Adorable Side of American Patriotism (22 Photos) – Radass
The Science Behind Why It’s So Hard To Sleep With The Same Person Forever – Elite Daily
Matt Stonie upsets Joey Chestnut to win 2015 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest – Youtube
20 Patriotic Babes & American Flag Bikinis – Regretful Morning
The 20 Worst Hair Styles Ever Uploaded to the Internet – Pleated Jeans
The US Women May Be The Greatest World Cup Dynasty – Five Thirty Eight
Surfer girls for the win (32 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
The 10 Most Beautiful Neighborhoods In America Ranked – Thrillist
Eva Longoria still looks good in a bikini – Moe Jackson
22 of the Most Insane Burgers from Around the World – The Rackup
22+ Puppies That Can Sleep Anywhere And Anytime – Bored Panda
First Look ‘Batman v Spiderman’ Pics – The Blemish
If celebrities were pieces of meat…literally (gallery) – World Wide Interweb
This Instagram page breaks my heart – They Matter