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Rosa A. Soles

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  1. 10 Alternatives to Video Games
    • Art, dance, or music lessons.
    • Nature activities such as whitewater rafting or hiking.
    • Martial arts. 
    • Learning to code.
    • Internships at startups. ( best to build up career)
    • Competitive Sports.
    • Boy Scouts/Eagle Scouts.
    • Volunteering.      (volunteering and social work is near to my heart )
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  2. On 12/29/2021 at 8:08 PM, Amphibian220 said:

    Hey @CoolMan29, you touch on very important issues in your introductory post! 

    Welcome to game quitters.

    It reminds me of Jocko Willink’s explanation of the saying “You are your own general”. This is only part of the statement, “You are your own general , but you are the troops also” is the complete statement.

    Now you can command yourself to do something like go out and attend the lectures, but another contradictory order is diverting your troops! You said in your statement that you give preference to friends over your responsibilities. 

    Why do you put friends against your education? You can have great friendships in something meaningful like education and sports. Friends never really interfere with your responsibilities unless you make the choices to cause interference.

    According to your experience, Are you living an urgent life or an important one?

    well said am gonna add something in it like you should have to set stimulus .stimulus enables you to focus on certain things and gives you encouragement to achieve that particular aim

  3. On 12/22/2021 at 8:12 PM, melisabernts said:

    Knowing what is important is communicating less with colleagues at work. At the very first place of work, I told a colleague about problems in my family. Unfortunately, a few days later the whole team knew about it. Now, in general, I try to communicate less with everyone at work. 

    never give you secrets to anyone because if you can't keep it to your self don't expect others to