▶ The Single Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Stress – YouTube


▶ 90:10 The Single Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Stress – YouTube.

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51 responses »

  1. It is alarming to me how detrimental stress can be to a person-it was shocking to hear that people were having heart attacks after watching a sports match. For me, balancing so many different things in life makes it very easy to get stressed. It was interesting to hear that changing your way of thinking could be a very helpful way to manage the stresses of living a busy life. The things that are stressful to us are not actually what is causing us to be stressed, but actually the way we think about them is what makes us feel the way we do. For me, I really resonated with the statements made about automatically thinking in a negative way, such as “fortune telling,” or thinking that something won’t work out, so why bother trying. It is helpful to realize that the way I think about things can change my stress levels, just by thinking in a more positive way.
    Mindfulness techniques seem to be very successful too, and by practicing the Isha Kriya and being more self aware, I think my stress levels can definitely decrease.
    I really enjoyed this video and I hope that by taking the advice that was said, I can live a healthier life and reduce some of my anxieties.

    -Kelly Ryan

  2. Watching this video was not only entertaining, but also very informational. It made me see stress in a very different way. Seeing how every little thing in your life can affect your stress level. Even as something as stupid as watching a sports game on tv. It’s crazy to think people actually stress themselves out over a little tv. It is fun to watch shows or a game, but you can’t let that get to you because it doesn’t effect your own life its just tv. Seeing that there is a positive side to stress was very interesting. I would never think stress is a good thing, but I guess if you didn’t have anything to stress over then that wouldn’t be good either. Like stressing out over a test or when you have kids and making sure there ok. There are definitely times where feeling stress is ok as long as it doesn’t take over your body. If you are stressed you need to relax your thinking and try to manage how you feel and your stress levels.

  3. I found it fascinating how much our mental state affects our physical health. I did not realize how interconnected the two were. The fact that patients with a history of heart disease had an approximately 45% drop in the risk for a heart attack when they were shown stress management techniques is incredible. I really enjoyed learning about changing where to place our attention. When something does not go according to the plan that I have in my head, I usually get overwhelmed and stressed, instead of focusing on the positive or good in the situation. I have the power of choice and I can choose how to control my thoughts. In the moment, I often do not think that I have a choice regarding my feelings. If I am stressed, my life feels out of my control. However, I always have a choice about how I react to the situation. My freedom lies not in the ability to necessarily change the situation, but in how I can look at the situation and respond to it.

  4. Someone once told me that it’s easy to bring your stress levels down. You could do this by not claiming that you are stressed. Instead of focusing on the negative aspects of a situation, look for the positive in them. Life is always going to be hard and put you in a tough situation, but if you look for the brighter side of it, you would come out with a better solution. For the past couple of days I’ve realized that I keep using the term “stressed” very loosely. I am still in the comfort of college to not really have experienced stress on adult levels that I witness from others. Because of this I’m trying to stop using the word and just focus on making better choices and not blame others for the position I am in.

  5. After taking so many biology classes, and one psychology class, I have learned that being stress is a normal and important state that everyone should experience. We tend to work better for tests or interviews under stressful conditions because our parasympathetic system stops (digestion and resting) and the sympathetic system kicks in (block the digestion, and ready to fight or flight) which helps us handle certain situations better. However, any extreme can definitely harm us. As technology increase, we become more and more needy and want things done quicker or we become stressed. Being able to control the amount of stress we get put through is vital for a healthy lifestyle. Keeping everything simple, starting with the way of thinking, and getting enough sleep, will aid when dealing with the daily stress we get put through everyday, as students, as children, as parents, as coworkers, thinking everything will be fine is the most basic way to stay stress-free.
    -Laura Sanchez

  6. I really enjoyed this video because the basic message was one of empowerment. It responds to the high level of stress that many of us face in our lives by stating that ultimately, it is our own selves that are responsible for our responses to stressful situations. It is most simply explained as the 90-10 rule: that 10% of life is what happens to us, and 90% is how we respond to it. I think this speaks to the power of our minds over our moods and our bodies. If we can focus our attention on the things that really matter- such as good health, relationships, or simply the beauty of life, then we can let go of the stress that such things inevitably cause us. And not simply let it go, but manage it by channeling that energy into other things, such as exercise, meditation, or simply writing a letter. I think a lot of people could learn from this video.

    -Dakota Wayne

  7. One of the main reasons I took yoga was because of my stress levels. When I saw the title of this video, I was very eager to see what the solution to my stress was. I did not realize the answer would be something so simple like just changing the way I think. I was a bit surprised to see that increased stress levels lead to increased heart attacks and a shorter life. It was also very interesting to see that we actually create our own stress. It is so common to hear people blaming their stress on other people, or work, and everything but themselves. Yet, we never realize that our own brains are the ones to blame for our stress. We build up all of our stress in our brains. Like the video says, if we could just turn the volume of stress down in our heads and stop thinking about little, minuscule things so much, we could get rid of all of our problems.
    -Ayesha Alirahi

    • Glad that you were able to take away some valuable information for lowering your own stress levels. Please do spend more time in writing your essays include more personal experiences, review the subject matter more thoroughly and add contrast and comparison when applicable, best wishes, Namaste

  8. As the video relayed, stress is complex. It’s defined differently through various sciences, however the common thread that holds true within each of those sciences is that stress comes down to reframing YOUR thinking. Stress is an attitude that attributes to many harmful diseases and networks in ones life, but by exercising something as simple as laughter and positivity your mind has the “POWER” and “CONTROL” to reframe your energy. To bring in a secondary resource, ‘The Secret’ , a self help book published by Rhonda Bryne, talks about the simplicity of the law of attraction. This video, like the book ‘The Secret’, conveys the same theories. Think good, be good, feel happy, and you will attract all those things into your life. In today’s society, both adults and children are being diagnosed with disorders such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder. Which then lead to medicating people with harmful, addictive substances. This has become a visicous, repetitive cycle in today’s pharmaceuticals. However homeopathic remedies are cleaner and something as simple as “cognitive behaviourial therapy” as the video described can change the way one feels. It’s the power of being mindful, self aware, and understanding why and how your body feels the way it does to avoid diseases, the feeling of being over whelmed, and turning bad stress into good stress. By relaxation, living in the moment, and writing your feelings down one can have a clearer sense of who they are.

  9. What I find most interesting in this video is the awareness that stress is not simply a negative condition. To my understanding, stress is a stimulant that we create in our minds, much like anger. It is well known in our culture that the same stimulants such as coffee that can help us focus on finishing a paper in the dose of one cup will leave us jittery and palpitating in much larger doses. The critical action is one of balance or proportion- as with most stimulus, there is a threshold for positive effect, below which we receive none of the benefits of enhanced performance, and above which we burn out our bodies. The trick is to balance one’s assertive will (which manifests as stress or anger) with one’s acceptance and fluidity (which can become passivity without the contra balance).

    • Thanks for your entry. Please do let me know your name on my roster so that if you are in my class I may give you credit. Please know do invest more time in writing your essay on a college level for proper credit. Namaste

  10. Brianne Malloy

    **Yoga Tools For Relaxation and Peace**

    The Single Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Stress really emphasizes how many sicknesses or imbalances that send one to the doctor can be traced back to ones stress level. Needless to say, seeking ways to reduce that stress level is an incredible way to decrease the number of times one will be visiting the doctor throughout ones life. Additionally, becoming a person that is generally happier as they go through out their day will bring a better overall quality to their life. However, the key is to seek to reduce stress, not get rid of it completely. There is a physiological reason why humans will stress, and the various curve balls that life will throw at every single one of us will increase it. Knowing that your stress level will undoubtably fluctuate because of these variables, it is important that we train ourselves with tools so that we know how to reduce our stress level, therefore benefiting our heath and gaining control from our mind to our bodies and keeping our reactions appropriate instead of irrational for whatever situation is at hand. If we react to our stress by thinking of it as a positive motivator instead of a determent, we will greatly benefit our quality of life and even perhaps become more successful. The video explains the idea that those curve balls thrown at you are not to blame but it is your own thinking that is causing the stress and negativity. The good news is that there are thinking techniques that are proven to reduce stress and they can be learned and are not necessarily inherited genetically. Some may have more anxiety over others such as those with diagnosed ADD, ADHD, OCD ect., however studies show that symptoms of these imbalances are curable if one works on developing control over their thinking starting with the ability we all have to choose between one thought or attitude over another. These techniques include Mindless thinking, teachings form cognate behavioral therapy (CBT), increased self awareness, breathing exercises, meditation, relaxation, writing stress letters, and becoming more present minded. All of these techniques effect each of our views on control, commitment and changes and how we either positively or negativity react to them. If we choose the option of positivity that is available to all of us than we become happier and therefore healthier in this life that we are so lucky to have here on earth.

  11. I really enjoy that we started off these journals with a video about stress, because that is the main reason I am taking this class. I do find that my stress levels do really effect me in a negative way and this video was a nice eye opener for me to begin to learn how to manage them. I find when midterms and finals roll around my asthma starts to act up and I get sick. I think this video gives a good definition of where stress comes from and also is reassuring because it give practical ways to reduce stress. When he was talking about commitment, control and change I started to think about how these things play a role in my life. I thought about my commitment to school and to my family. I also thought about my relationship with control. I am the type of person who likes to take charge and be a leader, I often take control of a situation when I see if it in some need or order, even something as simple as a group project. And I also thought about how I deal with change. I have always thought of myself as someone who embraced change and I think I do most of the time, but I do notice in myself that certain things set me off in a stressful way. Something that really stood out to me is the 90/10 rule, because stress is all in our own mind, we create it and therefore we can destroy it. I want to take charge of the things I cannot change so I can more successfully handle the stressful situation put in front of me. The quote ” When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad” Is something I will keep in the back of my mind as I go forward in my college life, because I often to have a guilty feeling when I don’t allow myself enough time to work on assignments or I forget. I think if I step back and organize myself so I can stay on top of my very full schedule and utilize my free time, I can reduce my stress and have a successful year.
    Chloe Pocock

  12. Yadira Guevara Prip

    “If a person has ugly thoughts it begins to show on the face. And when that person has ugly thoughts every day, every week, every year, the face gets uglier and uglier until it gets so ugly you can hardly bear to look at it. A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly. You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick out teeth, but if you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.”
    -Roald Dahl

    It makes perfect sense. The 90:10 rule is one I’ve heard a million times. Things happen in life that are out of your control, the only thing in your control is how you react to those events. It is true that the happiest people I know are also the most humorous, kind and adaptable people I know. Willingness to change is a big one. People that are unhappy often have an unhealthy conviction that they are able to control people or things outside of themselves. They pin their happiness on external forces and when those forces inevitably turn and twist out of that persons control they are left unhappy, as if the world had wronged them.
    The times I have been unhappy is when I have based my opinion of myself on the admiration (or lack of admiration) of others. This is a common habit in many people- especially young people. While the acceptance of others is indeed key to a healthy social understanding, some take it to far, and their sense of proportion is distorted. Sometimes, I am one of those people. I allow myself to worry about others accepting me, and I make assumptions based on people’s behavior that is often, I’m sure, inaccurate.
    The body and mind are completely linked, as much as we try to forget it, it is impossible that one does not affect the other. It does not surprise me that stress has a negative affect on peoples health. When I have a disturbing thought, it is bound to make me feel sick in my body. Whereas when I have a positive thought, my body feels light and healthy.

    • This was a pleasure to read and am so pleased that you are sharing our class this semester. You do have a lot of positive energy and information about how to use your energy effectively, and that is rare for someone so young. We all can benefit from your acting so we can follow you as a Star on the horizon! Namaste

  13. The most interesting moment of this talk was a very short one. The idea of writing a letter as a way of dealing with stress is so simple yet so powerful. I have been doing my own version of “writing a letter” since I was fourteen years old. The blog, the online forum, the personal space in a world wide web. The internet’s mass media blogging sites, whichever is most popular at the time, have always been my journals and a way of venting.
    It may seem narcissistic think that other people will be interested in a piece of your life and your worries when you put it out there, but it is mostly a way of bouncing things off a wall. Sometimes you get echoes of an answer back to you, sometimes you do not. At the very least the worries are written down and you have some perspective when you look at them the next hour, the next day, the next month. The stress is much calmer and clearer than when it was swirling in your mind.
    I really appreciated him mentioning such a simple and effective stress relief tool that has been helpful so me for many years.

  14. In my past experiences practicing yoga and attempting to begin a meditation practice, I’d often hear teachers and more seasoned practitioners speak of “mindfulness” and how becoming more “mindful” of our actions would help us both in our physical practices and in other aspects of our lives. This concept, however, always seemed ambiguous to me, and I found it difficult to understand how to apply this vague concept in my life in order to reap its seemingly mystical benefits. This video came as a very pleasant surprise, in how Dr. Evans spoke of mindfulness being applied to treatment plans for patients who suffered from depression, and how mindfulness techniques can be learned by anybody. I learned that physical exercises, like muscle relaxation and breathing, combined with mental exercises, like increased self-awareness and letting go of distractions, make up these mindfulness programs, and how both aspects work hand in hand to help us change our own thinking patterns to that of a more adaptive mindset.

    In the video, Dr. Evans mentioned a famous quote from the famed psychologist William James, which was, “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” This is a very influential quote to me, as I’ve always thought (like many others) that stress was external to me, and was simply “happening” to me. I knew that my reaction to it would impact its control over me, but the idea of stress only occurring in our own minds, and our ability to “turn it up or down,” was very impactful to me, and frankly very relieving to hear. While stress management will take time to learn, I’m happy to hear that it is in fact learnable, and not an innate ability. I’m really interested to learn how I can help myself reframe my thinking and redirect my attention, because this video has helped me realize that I am in control of my own experience.

    – Alexandra S.

    • How powerful that you already understand that you are in control of your own experience! That is a big step towards full maturity….taking responsibility to complete this process….you will find this course quite useful for your personal goals, Namaste

  15. I found this video on stress very interesting because stress has always been like a sneaky internal termite to me. Its amazing how harmful stress is in terms of every aspect of our life..especially mentally and physically. Even socially.
    I never really thought that I had a major stress problem because I try to focus on things being okay even when things get potentially stressful. However, maybe that isn’t working as well as I thought. I think I knew it before, but know that it’s been brought directly to my attention that stress is like a gateway drug to anxiety and depression, I’m starting think I might not have my stress as under control as I thought. Two years ago I started to have a serious problem with anxiety, I would have severe anxiety attacks that would leave me almost paralyzed and crying until I could calm down.
    I thought my anxiety problem came from personal trauma but it could very well be connected to stress.
    After contemplating this, I want to try more to have a better or more control attitude. Really make the right thinking choices, because like the video said, you can always choose one thought over the other. Place your attention where you want it. The power of our mind is endless, its up to us how we use it.

    • Thanks for sharing your own personal experiences and your challenges….I think you will find this course very helpful for you to put your goals into perspective. Do practice the finger holds daily, even while in other classes when you don’t have to take notes and your hands are free. If you need more information about how to do the Finger Holds just let me know in class or via email. Best Wishes, OM

  16. I enjoyed watching this video. I found it very interesting that thinking positively could help everyday stressful situations like traffic to physical medical problems like heart attacks. I had heard from a yoga instructor this summer that there had been studies that showed conscious breathing had helped people lower their high blood pressure, but I had no idea that relaxation and positive thinking could help recover and reduce the risk of a second heart attack.
    I find that our society today causes a lot of stress. At some point in the video it said something about social networks, but then as a joke it said, “not those social networks (facebook, twitter etc.) I remember, though, hearing a news article about how being constantly engaged in social media is causing people to be depressed because they keep comparing their lives to others. I think that not only thinking positively helps decrease stress, but also taking time to step away from situations that cause stress-such as cellphones and social media. Even though the initial separation may cause stress in some people (thoughts like “what if someone texts me, what if I miss a call, how are my social media accounts doing, etc) once you take a break, and you learn not to care or compare yourself to others- to be content where you are and where you are going- you become much happier.
    This situation is just a specific example of how positive thinking helped change my life and how I was thinking about things. Although I don’t think I was ever depressed from my social media, I did find that I spent much of my time learning about other people’s lives then I was spending on my own life. Now I make an effort to not just silent, but turn off my phone during all my classes and whenever I am doing homework. I am doing much better in my classes and fell better about my life.

    Katherine Gilmartin

  17. As an artist the fact that this information was given to me in a video made it a lot easier to absorb. The animation kept me interested and engaged. One of the first things I noticed upon listening to this talk was the speaker’s voice, which seemed very relaxed. This made me feel as though he knows what he is talking about. I appreciate that he offered information on both the positive and negative aspects of stress because often only the negative aspects are discussed. I find that it makes a conversation go a lot smoother if all aspects are considered from the start.
    The idea of changing one’s thinking style can seem daunting at first. As the speaker explained, there are many ways one can approach this task. One way that I was familiar with due to my area of study (psychology) is through the use of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). I have written many papers on this method, and can confidently say that this treatment is effective for a wide range of mental health issues. In my eyes this is a great way to come together with another person and really get help doing some inner work in a comfortable and open environment. Involvement in a practice such as yoga has also been shown to be effective for treating mental health issues, especially stress. Personally I have found much stress-relief in yoga. I find that during my practice I can engage all three C’s that the speaker was referring to in his presentation: commitment, change, and control.
    Moving forward I would like to make a point of reducing my stress, which feels as though it is too high. I agree that no matter what happens in the world, I am the decider of my reaction and experience of the world.

    – Conrad Hamonet –

  18. The most important thing I took away from Dr. Mike Evans video on managing stress is that stress is not only rooted from things that may overwhelm us or pressure us, but the way we interpret and think about these things. We are the ones creating stress, therefore we have the capabilities of stopping it. The stress that I created in my life has had many negative impacts on my health; not being able to sleep was a big factor I have dealt with ever since I was very young. I would constantly keep myself up because I couldn’t stop thinking about every single thing that I was stressed and anxious about. It wasn’t until my mother gave me her relaxation and meditation CDs when I was in elementary school when I started seeing an improvement. Mindfulness techniques to cope with stress are extremely effective because even while medicine may help with chemical imbalances in the brain, the act of practicing techniques such as meditation and breathing changes the way we handle stress and are constant and available techniques that we can do at any time if we commit to it. No matter how complex stress can be, If we control our responses and the way we look at stress, whether it is “thinking basic”, “keeping it simple” or any of the other techniques mentioned in the video, we can change the outcome of how we feel.

  19. After watching Dr. Mike Evans “The Single Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Stress” I found myself trying to relate the video to my everyday life. Although I have never experienced any heart problems I still have experienced my fair share of stress. One of the points that he made that stood out to me was about letting go of distractions and being in the moment. Especially now in this day of age I feel like its especially hard to let go of distractions and live in the moment. People feel the need to be connected to others at all times. I myself am guilty of this as well. I know there are many studies that show how harmful social media can be and how it can actually cause anxiety, depression and stress. I am person with very high anxiety and have always been bad at managing it. This video has pointers that would help me maximize my ability to deal with stress and situation that I feel like I cannot control.
    Emma Pfeifer

  20. What I found interesting about this video is that Dr. Evans talks about how we can lessen our stress if we just change the way we think. However, he also says that stress is a complex thing. It really fascinates me that such a complex thing could have such a simple solution. Basically, stress is all in our heads and it’s something we need to learn to control ourselves. A personal experience that I’ve had with this is that I was incredibly stressed out about an argument I had with my roommate last year. I would avoid her and make myself anxious about seeing her. Then, someone told me to just sit and think of a possible resolution. When I calmed down and thought about it, I was able to resolve the problem between us and my stress was gone. However, that is not always the case. I don’t see how you can resolve every stressful situation by just changing your thinking. If you are stressed about school or a job you can’t fix that without actually doing something about it. All in all, I think every person handles stress differently and they should be able to deal with it in their own way.

    • Yes we each are unique with unique circumstances and have millions of opportunities to “handle”our situations. It does come down to “we become what we think” and when you understand and value yourself and your own thoughts and your own personal powers with these you may then agree more fully….Namaste

  21. During my time at purchase, I’ve felt stress more often then not. even as i write this, i am thinking of all the things i need to do before next week, and how little time i have to complete these tasks. i often put friends and leisure activities to the wayside, instead choosing to focus my energy into my anxieties. this video reminded me of how important it is to maintain a balance in your life in order to stay healthy, to pause and allow time for reflection and to just be calm. In the upcoming week, i am going to be sure to make time for myself to not worry about schoolwork, and focus on introspection and cultivating interpersonal relationships. I will also make an attempt to change the way I think about my work, so that my stress may exist it in a manner more conducive to my health and wellness.

  22. This video about stress was very informative, it covered every aspect of the complex subject of stress and gave good advice for combatting negative stress. It is beneficial to work on being less stressed because stress can cause increased blood pressure and heart rate, vulnerability, health problems, depression and anxiety, and a worse quality of life, among other things. Although good stress exists, for example it keeps athletes motivated and prepared for a game, I am choosing to focus on negative stress because I am most affected by it. This video explained stress in a way I had never heard before; it said that stress is completely manufactured in your brain, and only your brain can turn your stress levels up or down. Therefore the most effective stress management is to change your thinking style. As the American psychologist, Dr. William James said, “the greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” I think that I get stressed out more often than most people, so I found it very interesting when they discussed the different kinds of negative thinking, “negative filter”, “fortune telling”, “mind reading”, and “polarizing”, because I immediately recognized that I often think in all four of those ways. I plan on giving the advice from the video a try, including making simple goals, becoming more self-aware, reframing my thinking, and redirecting my attention away from negative things, all in the hopes of being able to live more in the moment. I also hope that practicing yoga will help reduce my stress levels, especially since breathing, muscle relaxation, exercise, and meditation can all help reduce stress. While I’m in class practising yoga and focusing on my breathing, I am almost 100% stress-free, but about an hour after I leave class, my stressful thoughts return. As I continue to practice week after week, my goal is to remain stress-free for a longer period of time after class ends.

  23. The single most important thing that i learned that we could do to manage stress is to change your thinking style. For me, i stress a lot and for no reason. I stress on things that are in my imagination. As i watched this video i came across very important factors about stress. There are both negative and positive perspectives of stress. I only thought that there was only negative stress because thats how most of us refer to it. Its mostly something negative when people speaks about stress. Another question that came about was how do some people undergo intense stress and remain healthy? Well i believe that if you keep your mind clear and focused on whats important you can get over anything. It all depends on the person and how much control they have, how much of social network they are apart of, their openness to change and their attitude. Most people think that stress just happens to us like we are born naturally with it.When we say stuff like “school is stressing me out” we in fact create the stress in our brains. Its your thinking that brings the stress. Dr. William James once said “The greatest weapon against stress is the ability to choose one thought or another”. People who mange there stress well have better health out comes from virtually any disease they may suffer from. We have to remember that, challenges will always be out there but our thoughts and attitude are the key holder to the stress we experience.

  24. The concept this video presents is so valuable, and a simple demonstration of how easily stress could penetrate our lives to lead us towards negative thinking. I really appreciated the cohesiveness throughout, applying relative examples for nearly everyone, not only directing it to one group people but pointing out that it affects everyone. No one is above stress, and with help we can allow it to benefit us.
    One of the most valuable lessons, or reminder, from this lecture is that we have the power to choose one thought over another as posited by Dr. William James. The first step to gaining more control over our thoughts is increased mindfulness; though most people tend to go to a medical doctor, or psychiatrist when concerned with their health, it was cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness as the main goal was found to be most beneficial, and permanent effect on changing thinking style. Additionally, the three big concepts that help move us toward a healthier thinking style is our tenacity to commit, our sense of control and our willingness to change. The first keeps us focus on the big picture and allows us to see adversities as additional motivations,or opportunities to overcome. Second, is our sense of control with which we don’t try to control a situation but look at the aspects of it that we may be able to in order to cope. Finally, is change, and as we know everyone changes and we must embrace it and let it be the change that will move us up and about to next best thing. Other stress control strategies such as writing a stress story was proven to work well for coping with hard thoughts, in fact this isn’t the first time I heard this.
    In conclusion, for me, the most valuable piece of advice was to keep it basic when most stressed. Handling a stressful situation with even more complex thinking will do no good, what is worth more than anything is just thinking fundamentally and looking at what can be improved. And of course, there was the exceptionally optimistic 90-10 rule he mentioned his patient follows, which is essentially controlling yourself and your way of thinking by focusing on the most benevolent response (90% of life) not on what happens (10%).

    -Bryan Ruiz Diaz

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