Hacking your Life Table of Contents

As a highly-sensitive person, I know many things can get in the way of creating a meaningful life for you. After the past few years, I’ve found some strategies that work for me, and I hope they help you as well.

Hacking the Good-Bad Life Graph (How to live a meaningful life)

My first step is to tell everyone the most critical thing I have learned, don’t shy away from difficulties. The more you embrace a difficult life, the easier it will get and the more you can accomplish.

Life Hack 2 – Take Care of Yourself

Once you embrace hardship, it’s time to take care of yourself. Cooking for yourself, drinking water, and exercising is vital. You take care of yourself, no matter how difficult things can get.

 Life Hack 3 – Prayer, Meditation and Self-Reflection

An unexamined life is one not worth living. Find some time every day or week to prayerfully look at issues you are facing and come up with the best solutions to keep going.

 Life Hack 4 – Routines

Goals are wishful thinking, and routines are rut, but together they can create a powerful force to build a life you want!

 Life Hack 5 – Don’t Get Distracted!

One thousand and one people want to distract you from creating the life you want, from “Internet Critics” to “Trolls”. Do not get distracted by rabbit holes that take you away from what you want to do.

 Life Hack 6 – 5s your room and life

5s is a Japanese manufacturing concept of keeping your work area clean, but when you look at the steps, they apply to everything in life.

 Life Hack 7 – Killing your Concerns

Fear Setting is a unique part of goal setting. If you plan for the “worst case scenarios” when you do something, you can overcome obstacles before they happen. This blog shows how to fear set and an example from one of my goals.

 Life Hack 8 – Lifelong Learning

The last hack is to embrace lifelong learning. It will help you overcome your fears and build the foundation of all your work for life.

I had so much fun writing this series, and I hope you have fun reading it and coming up with your own meaningful life.

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