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Top lessons from the book “ikigai”

Meaning and purpose of life
We all have an “Ikigai”. we have a flame within us that offers meaning and purpose to our existence. Everyone’s Ikigai is unique and varied. It takes time and patience to discover it. It is our life’s purpose to figure out what our Ikigai is.
Explore the purpose of life
Explore the purpose of life
Mind activity
Keep your mind active. To stay in shape, our brain needs a lot of stimulation. Once we’ve established a habit, our brain will require less mental energy to do the action. That is why it is critical to provide new information and stimulation to the brain.
Your thoughts have the power to manifest in your life
Your thoughts have the power to manifest in your life
Challenge our "self"
Put our “self” to the test. Exposing “self” to change, is the finest approach to stimulate our intellect. It would be good to make a new project or task for our “self”. Step out of the comfort zone but not too challenging where we may be too overwhelmed and give up easily.
Challenge yourself just enough
Challenge yourself just enough
Stress management
Take control of your stress. Our vitality is influenced by how we manage our stress. Moderate stress is beneficial to our health and can assist us in overcoming obstacles. Prolonged stress, on the other hand, can deplete the body considerably more quickly over time. It has the ability to influence memory and suppress the production of certain hormones.
Manage your stress
Manage your stress
Mind & body nexus
Our mind and body are inextricably linked. The mind and body are one and the same. If you don’t take care of one, the other will suffer as well. You should only eat until you are satisfied, not overstuffed. Consume a wide range of nutrient-dense whole foods. In short, eating healthy can help with reducing fatigue, managing stress, and boost overall brain health.
“TO KEEP THE BODY IN GOOD HEALTH IS A DUTY, OTHERWISE WE SHALL NOT BE ABLE TO KEEP OUR MIND STRONG AND CLEAR.” – BUDDHA
Eat healthy food
Eat healthy food
Build resiliency
Increase your resiliency. Being able to deal with setbacks is what it means to be resilient. You’ll be better at getting back up and pursuing your objective if you’re more resilient. Dealing with daily issues requires being adaptable to change and focusing on what you can control.
Build resiliency
Build resiliency
Healthy exercise
Make your body move. When it comes to your health and lifespan, exercise is crucial. To accomplish this, one does not need to work out hard or go to the gym. The goal is to incorporate activity into your everyday routine in order to maintain the body’s natural regularity and have fun.
Incorporate activity into your everyday routine
Incorporate activity into your everyday routine
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Saad Masood

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