Stopping the Coronavirus.

“Nine-tenths of our sickness can be prevented by right thinking plus right hygiene – nine-tenths of it!”
– Henry Miller

We’re all being taught an important lesson now.

Hygiene matters.

Corona or not.

Personal hygiene should always have priority in our lives.

Wash and sanitise your hands.
Bathe regularly.
Brush and floss.

Stop yourself from getting sick.

Stop yourself from getting OTHERS sick.


Kindness in thinking.

Kindness in giving.

Kindness in words.

Be selfless.

Be thoughtful.

Be kind.

Spread love.

Spread positivity.

Spread kindness.

Because it only takes a gentle push to spin the wheel.

Be Better Everyday.

Be better than you were yesterday.

Even if it’s just by 0.1%.

Strive for progress, not perfection.

But don’t compare yourself to others.

Compare yourself with your previous self.

All you have to do is to be a tiny bit better every day.

This compounds over time and before you know it you would have improved by a ton.

Slow progress is infinitely better than no progress.

Life is a marathon, not a sprint anyway.

Speak Less, Listen More.

You’ll gain a lot more knowledge.
You’ll make others feel valued.
You’ll be a lot more appreciated because people love good listeners.

Try out this experiment for yourself.

Go for an entire day with the intention of speaking a lot less than you’re used to.

Ask questions about the other person to get them to talk more too.

You might learn a useful thing or two about yourself at the end of this experiment.

The Best Way to Earn Respect.

“When you are content to be simply yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you.”
– Lao Tzu

May this quote be a reminder for you to always be yourself.

Stop seeking validation.

Stop trying to be someone you’re not.

Stop trying to be liked by everyone.

Stop trying to one up everyone.

Stop trying to win over others.

Stop trying and just be yourself.


Not every situation or question has to be filled with a response.

Silence can be powerful.

Like being silent in the middle of a speech.
Or being silent when someone says something that offends you.
Or being silent in a room full of chatty people.

Silence gets people’s attention, it’s polite and it can be an obvious answer.

Be comfortable with silence, use it well.