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The empty park in the header is much more relevant than I expected it to be... 😅

I've began to settle into a good routine under the circumstances. My workouts were struggling at the beginning but by setting a few new fitness goals, I've become excited to make progress towards them and it's been much easier.

How have you adjusted your goals for the quarantine? Unknown and changing circumstances can make excuses easy and progress difficult but by updating your goals, you renew your motivation. Trigger excitement by focusing on what can be accomplished. 

I'm excited to share this months findings with you!

Let's begin.

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What's New At Go Strive

Most Popular Instagram Post of April - The 90-9-1 Rule of social media gives us a false impression of what ideas are popular or “average.” 

Articles I'm Enjoying...

Focus Hard. In Reasonable Bursts. One Day at a Time. - "Hard" vs. "Hard to do" work. Avoid making things hard to do by cramming for long hours which results in stress. Instead, set a consistent schedule to accomplish short bursts of hard work. The latter is less painful and far more effective. 
Viktor Frankl On Success & Happiness - Short & potent. 

"Don’t aim at success – the more you aim at it and make it a target, the more you are going to miss it. For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue." - Victor Frankl

The Useful & The Interesting

Visualizing Value

"We must not allow other people's limited perceptions to define us." — Virginia Satir
Visualize Value converts quotes of wisdom into simple art. I love what the company puts out and I wish I thought of it! 

Here's there Twitter. 

Sum: 40 Tales From The Afterlives By David Eagleman - This is one of the more unique books I've ever read. Its short (about 110+/- pgs) and it's made up of 40 short stories about what the afterlife might look like. Each story is exciting and incredibly creative. The book continuously makes you reconsider life in fascinating ways. I highly recommend. 

The first short story in this article (named Sum) is one of my favorites from the book. 

Quote Of The Month

"The whole process of nature is an integrated process of immense complexity, and it’s really impossible to tell whether anything that happens in it is good or bad — because you never know what will be the consequence of the misfortune; or, you never know what will be the consequences of good fortune."
- Alan Watts
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