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Michael Bonocore320,886_* SmugMug Is Looking For Your Cover Photos*_ Cover photos are bigger and better on Google+ now (http://bit.ly/WUbLtN), and, since I am in charge of updating our Google+ content I thought, hey, with all that space, why not feature YOUR photos in that prime real estate? Today, we are opening the door for your submissions. Each month, a panel of judges will pick one amazing photographer to feature on the @118357019708110162087 page to greet visitors. The winner will also be a judge in the next month's selection. You'll also receive a @118357019708110162087 hoodie and swag care package. To help get this party started, we have changed our cover photo to @112957708071337353347's amazing image, _"The Future Is Now"_, taken in Dubai, UAE. Elia is also our special guest judge for the first month of this cover photo hunt, and he can't wait to see the great images that we are confident you will submit! So, enough talking…how do you enter? *Sign up for the _SmugMug Cover Photo Submissions For April_ event. *Click the "Add Photos" Button in the event, and upload your submission. The new cover photos can be up to 2120px by 1192px, so please submit a photo with this minimum size requirement. Photos will be displayed in a 16:9 Aspect Ratio, so please make sure submissions as close to 16:9 as possible, so we don't lose any of the valuable image *One Photo per person *Take a look at all of the entries, and feel free to +1 and comment on the photos that you are drawn too. Clicking on "Actions"--->"Show Photo View" will display all of the photos in a beautiful gallery. *After the contest closes on March 29th at 11:59PM PST, a panel of judges, including +Elia Locardi, will select the winner, and the new cover photo and winner announcement will be made on April 1st, 2013. *Submissions will be judged on uniqueness, creativity, and overall "Wow" factor. *Sign up for the May event, which will also be open for submissions on April 1st. *You do not need to be a @118357019708110162087 customer to enter, so please share with your fellow photographers. That's it! So let's see it Google+. Will your photo be the next @118357019708110162087 cover photo? More about this photo from @112957708071337353347 travel photography blog at www.blamethemokey.com  _"The Meydan Bridge is a VIP entrance to the Meydan Racecourse, a mega structure in Dubai that is able to accommodate over 60,000 spectators in a 1 mile long grandstand. It was a strange feeling actually – to be standing on this opulent mega structure in the middle of the desert, miles away from the city, and with nobody around. Half the lights were dead too. I guess after Tom Cruise was finished driving over it in Mission Impossible 3, they really didn’t have a need to maintain it anymore. :)"_ Nikon D700  14-24mm  f/5.6  ISO 200SmugMug Cover Photo Submissions For April2013-03-08 00:00:00279  

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2015-07-04 16:11:20 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I’m going to hell in a handbasket.

Does anyone want anything?

http://zerotalking.com/hell/

Most reshares: 3

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2015-07-05 23:11:24 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Excerpt from: What stress is caused by and why you should give a damn

http://zerosophy.com/what-stress-is-caused-by/

Most plusones: 10

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2015-06-02 23:31:10 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Be an encourager

It is far more effective to be a person who encourages others than it is to spend one’s time finding faults, criticizing, or judging people.

Not only will you feel better about yourself as a result of being a force for good, you’ll be making a positive difference in people’s lives.

Refuse to put people down. Refuse to judge those who aren’t exactly like you. Refuse to do to others what you wouldn’t like done to you.

Remember that everyone lives their lives in a way that reflects what they’ve learned from life experience.

Not everyone thinks the same. Not everyone knows what you know. Not everyone has the same level of awareness.

Help people live their lives in a positive way by encouraging more of what you’d like to see in the world.

Lift people up. Raise people’s spirits. Make friends, notenemies.
<... more »

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2015-07-05 23:12:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Excerpt from: What stress is caused by and why you should give a damn

http://zerosophy.com/what-stress-is-caused-by/

Excerpt from: What stress is caused by and why you should give a damn

http://zerosophy.com/what-stress-is-caused-by/___

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2015-07-05 23:11:24 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Excerpt from: What stress is caused by and why you should give a damn

http://zerosophy.com/what-stress-is-caused-by/

Excerpt from: What stress is caused by and why you should give a damn

http://zerosophy.com/what-stress-is-caused-by/___

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2015-07-05 23:09:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you go to high-five your best friend only to end up clapping your own hands together.

*Aw, man, you’re the best.
No, you are.

http://zerotalking.com/self-love/

That awkward moment you go to high-five your best friend only to end up clapping your own hands together.

*Aw, man, you’re the best.
No, you are.

http://zerotalking.com/self-love/___

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2015-07-04 16:11:20 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I’m going to hell in a handbasket.

Does anyone want anything?

http://zerotalking.com/hell/

I’m going to hell in a handbasket.

Does anyone want anything?

http://zerotalking.com/hell/___

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2015-07-03 22:55:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

I could become some other man
You easily crush in the palm of your hand
Or one who puts you in the ring
Or runs away, runs away, runs when you swing...

I could become some other man
You easily crush in the palm of your hand
Or one who puts you in the ring
Or runs away, runs away, runs when you swing...___

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2015-07-03 22:40:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Living life to the fullest means continually reaching out for newer, richer, deeper, life-changing experiences. It means using those experiences as a means for personal growth and pushing the boundaries of yourself mentally, spirituality, and intellectually for the betterment of yourself and the world at large.

Excerpt from: What it means to "live life to the fullest"

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-live-life-to-the-fullest/

Living life to the fullest means continually reaching out for newer, richer, deeper, life-changing experiences. It means using those experiences as a means for personal growth and pushing the boundaries of yourself mentally, spirituality, and intellectually for the betterment of yourself and the world at large.

Excerpt from: What it means to "live life to the fullest"

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-live-life-to-the-fullest/___

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2015-07-03 22:33:44 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Sometimes I go places and try on hats.

Sometimes I go places and try on hats.___

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2015-07-03 15:19:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Thanks to everyone who has ever accepted an award on my behalf.

Uh, you’re welcome.

...

*Don’t mind me. Just talking to myself here.

http://zerotalking.com/award-acceptance/

Thanks to everyone who has ever accepted an award on my behalf.

Uh, you’re welcome.

...

*Don’t mind me. Just talking to myself here.

http://zerotalking.com/award-acceptance/___

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2015-07-03 00:41:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

A single act of #kindness  http://zerosophy.com/

A single act of #kindness  http://zerosophy.com/___

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2015-07-03 00:22:34 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

I'm pretty sure if I say the word porn enough, someone's going to get offended.

Porn.
Porn. Porn.
Pom. Pom. Pom.
Pom. Pom. Pom. Pom.

Alright, who's offended?

http://zerotalking.com/word-porn/

I'm pretty sure if I say the word porn enough, someone's going to get offended.

Porn.
Porn. Porn.
Pom. Pom. Pom.
Pom. Pom. Pom. Pom.

Alright, who's offended?

http://zerotalking.com/word-porn/___

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2015-07-02 21:12:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Awkward things I learned today:

Even porn stars need motivation.

Let me just say, welcome porn stars & thanks for following me!

And here’s your daily dose of motivation:

“You can do it!”
“Keep going!”
“Don’t Stop!”
“Harder!”

*But seriously, welcome you-know-who.

http://zerotalking.com/porn-stars/

#webcomics  

Awkward things I learned today:

Even porn stars need motivation.

Let me just say, welcome porn stars & thanks for following me!

And here’s your daily dose of motivation:

“You can do it!”
“Keep going!”
“Don’t Stop!”
“Harder!”

*But seriously, welcome you-know-who.

http://zerotalking.com/porn-stars/

#webcomics  ___

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2015-07-02 20:21:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Treating people poorly in order to teach them a lesson — or to change their behavior in a positive way — is extremely ineffective. Furthermore, being disrespectful to people — because you think they deserve it — in order to get them to behave better often has the opposite effect.

Rather than give those who offend you an incentive to change, it often makes them feel more justified when they act badly (from your perspective) or do something contrary to your desires.

“Get a job you dirty bum!” isn’t helpful.

There isn’t a bum in the world who’s going to respond by saying, “This is good advice. I didn’t think of that. Thank you, sir. I’ll do it!”

Being rude to someone in order to elicit a positive change in behavior helps no one.

What about mean people, surely they deserve it?

The thinking goes something along the linesof: “By showing someone h... more »

Treating people poorly in order to teach them a lesson — or to change their behavior in a positive way — is extremely ineffective. Furthermore, being disrespectful to people — because you think they deserve it — in order to get them to behave better often has the opposite effect.

Rather than give those who offend you an incentive to change, it often makes them feel more justified when they act badly (from your perspective) or do something contrary to your desires.

“Get a job you dirty bum!” isn’t helpful.

There isn’t a bum in the world who’s going to respond by saying, “This is good advice. I didn’t think of that. Thank you, sir. I’ll do it!”

Being rude to someone in order to elicit a positive change in behavior helps no one.

What about mean people, surely they deserve it?

The thinking goes something along the lines of: “By showing someone how hurtful, rude, or offensive they are by being hurtful, rude, or offensive to them, they won’t ever want to be mean to anyone ever again.”

No, it doesn’t generally work out that way.

By being mean to a mean person, you’re simply showing that person a type of behavior they’re already familiar with. And because it’s not new, it teaches them nothing.

It isn’t a lesson.

In most cases, all your negative actions will do is demonstrate that you can stoop to their level — or worse, you’ve just made a good example of how being mean to someone can be effective at inflicting pain.

No one wins this game.

And now, instead of just one person acting badly, there are two. And two people acting badly does not solve the problem of one person acting badly.

“But they were rude to me! They were asking for it!”

Being rude to someone because they were rude to you isn’t an excuse to act badly. You are always responsible for how you act, regardless of your intentions or how you are feeling.

Just because someone else acts like an idiot isn’t a valid reason to also act like an idiot.

The Power of Perspective

It is important to note that we judge ourselves by our intentions, but we judge others by their actions.

People don’t know what you’re thinking. They don’t hear your internal dialogue. They can only assume what you’re thinking by interpreting how you act.

Cutting a guy off in traffic to teach him a lesson because his driving offended you in some way doesn’t work. From the other person’s perspective, it’s you that’s being offensive, not them.

Your offensive actions — as justified as they may seem to you — are not reasonable to the person who has to deal with them.

This difference in perspective is an important concept to understand because it affects every aspect of our lives where people are involved. Not only people, but companies and organizations as well.

Most people, no matter how badly they act, think they’re doing “good” for someone, even if that someone is simply themselves or, in the case of companies, their stockholders.

“I’m just following orders because I don’t want to lose my job. And if I lose my job, I won’t be able to support my family.”

Many poachers, for example, risk their lives to kill endangered animals not for sport and not because they don’t like the animals, but because it’s one of the few ways they know how to survive and support their families.

It doesn’t make it right, but from their perspective, they are justified in their actions.

“What is the life of a single rhinoceros if it can support my family for 5 years or more?”

And thus, we have one less rhinoceros. And then another. And another.

Everyone feels justified by their intentions in some way — regardless of what their actions may mean to other people, endangered species, or the environment.

Sometimes we’re the bad guy and we don’t even know it.

This is why an important habit to get into is to sometimes stop and ask yourself — regardless of your intentions — whether your actions in any given interaction are truly positive or negative.

“Is what I’m doing a true reflection of what I want out of this exchange and can I be proud of how I’m acting?”

Alternatively, it may help if you imagine the people you respect & admire most in the world are watching.

If your heroes were watching, would your behavior be something they would be proud of?

“Do I really want to raise my voice?”
“Do I really mean what I am saying?”
“Do my words really reflect how I feel inside?”
“Do I really want to act this way?”
“What would I say or do if I wasn’t so afraid of appearing vulnerable?”
“Is there a better way for me to act or to make a point?”
People only change when they want to.

You won’t change people for the better by treating them poorly, but you can influence people through caring, understanding, and by setting a good example.

You can treat and deal with people in a manner that suggests that there’s a better way than being rude, abusive, or revenge-seeking.

You can use the power of effective communication to say what you mean instead of resorting to offensive and aggressive tactics.

And sometimes it’s important to remember that it isn’t always other people that could benefit by altering their behavior and making changes for the better.

Sometimes it’s us.

http://zerosophy.com/intentions-vs-actions-dealing-with-mean-people/___

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2015-07-02 15:48:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Actual feedback: “Dude your stuff is literally some of the coolest stuff I came across in the New Age…”

Which is a super nice thing to say, but all I can think is, “This sounds like something a time traveler would say. I wonder what Age he is from originally.”

And then I think about how to go about asking him about his time traveling experiences without seeming too interested… you know, in case he’s not supposed to tell anyone.

Because this is how I think.

Which is also why it’s important to speak to me very clearly.

One second you’re giving me a compliment and the next I’m thinking about how to go about asking you about your experiences as a time traveler.

True story.

http://zerotalking.com/the-new-age/ 

Actual feedback: “Dude your stuff is literally some of the coolest stuff I came across in the New Age…”

Which is a super nice thing to say, but all I can think is, “This sounds like something a time traveler would say. I wonder what Age he is from originally.”

And then I think about how to go about asking him about his time traveling experiences without seeming too interested… you know, in case he’s not supposed to tell anyone.

Because this is how I think.

Which is also why it’s important to speak to me very clearly.

One second you’re giving me a compliment and the next I’m thinking about how to go about asking you about your experiences as a time traveler.

True story.

http://zerotalking.com/the-new-age/ ___

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2015-07-02 02:25:19 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you see someone offering a free ebook, but it’s only 17 pages long.

That’s not an ebook, it’s an eessay.

Wait. What just happened.

http://zerotalking.com/ebooks/

#Webcomics   #lol   #funny  

That awkward moment you see someone offering a free ebook, but it’s only 17 pages long.

That’s not an ebook, it’s an eessay.

Wait. What just happened.

http://zerotalking.com/ebooks/

#Webcomics   #lol   #funny  ___

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2015-07-02 01:16:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

English. It gets. Sometimes. The best of me. As a writer. I think.

http://zerotalking.com/englishly-speaking/

#webcomics   #funny  

English. It gets. Sometimes. The best of me. As a writer. I think.

http://zerotalking.com/englishly-speaking/

#webcomics   #funny  ___

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2015-07-01 23:54:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Seen in a meme: “You can have whatever you are willing to struggle for.”

False.

No one gets everything they desire in life (whether they struggle for it or not).

Having said that…

There are inherent benefits in the act of consistently & persistently putting in the effort necessary to achieve a lofty goal, regardless of whether one is ultimately able to achieve it or not.

For it is from the struggles in life — not the attainment of one’s desires — that a person acquires strength.

http://zerosophy.com/strength-from-struggle/

  #zerosophy  

Seen in a meme: “You can have whatever you are willing to struggle for.”

False.

No one gets everything they desire in life (whether they struggle for it or not).

Having said that…

There are inherent benefits in the act of consistently & persistently putting in the effort necessary to achieve a lofty goal, regardless of whether one is ultimately able to achieve it or not.

For it is from the struggles in life — not the attainment of one’s desires — that a person acquires strength.

http://zerosophy.com/strength-from-struggle/

  #zerosophy  ___

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2015-07-01 18:44:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Today is day one.

You’ve just been handed your life in its current state.

Your health, your skills, your relationships, your job, your education, everything.

So looking at your life today, what is it you want to change?
What is it you want to get better at?
What bad habits do you want to break?
What good habits do you want to adopt?

Does your current life accurately reflect your values of today or are you filling your schedule with activities you would no longer choose to do if you had the chance to start over?

Has your life become cluttered with possessions you no longer value as much as you once did or no longer use?

Make a note of your answers to these questions and redirect your aim and attention to what you want to improve in your life even if it means changing direction.

Let go of the things that are simplyt... more »

Today is day one.

You’ve just been handed your life in its current state.

Your health, your skills, your relationships, your job, your education, everything.

So looking at your life today, what is it you want to change?
What is it you want to get better at?
What bad habits do you want to break?
What good habits do you want to adopt?

Does your current life accurately reflect your values of today or are you filling your schedule with activities you would no longer choose to do if you had the chance to start over?

Has your life become cluttered with possessions you no longer value as much as you once did or no longer use?

Make a note of your answers to these questions and redirect your aim and attention to what you want to improve in your life even if it means changing direction.

Let go of the things that are simply taking up space and time and no longer serve you.

Does your current life reflect who you are today or has it become a reflection of someone you used to be?

You are a different person today than you were last week, let alone years ago when you made decisions and commitments without the knowledge and experience you have at this moment.

Bring your life back in line with your current values & your current level of understanding. And do the things you know are good for you.

The more that you incorporate things that you truly value into your life — from knowledge to skills to people to activities — the more value you not only bring to your own life, the more value you bring to the people and places you encounter in your life on a daily basis.

Invest in bettering yourself and the future you. Let your future self look back on the changes you make today and be thankful you made them.

Today is always the first day of the rest of your life.

Today is day one.

http://zerosophy.com/today-is-day-one/

#zerosophy #health #fitness ___

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2015-06-30 18:38:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you look down and pull out your collar to make sure you didn’t put your shirt on backwards.

http://zerotalking.com/apparel/

#webcomics   #zerotalking  

That awkward moment you look down and pull out your collar to make sure you didn’t put your shirt on backwards.

http://zerotalking.com/apparel/

#webcomics   #zerotalking  ___

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2015-06-29 19:28:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

I’m not saying that I’m not saying anything, but if I’m not saying anything, it’s because I’m too busy saying I’m not saying anything to say anything.

*There. I said it.

http://zerotalking.com/not-saying-anything/

#webcomics  

I’m not saying that I’m not saying anything, but if I’m not saying anything, it’s because I’m too busy saying I’m not saying anything to say anything.

*There. I said it.

http://zerotalking.com/not-saying-anything/

#webcomics  ___

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2015-06-29 19:25:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

From personal relationships to business to politics, the person who isn’t afraid to be themselves, make mistakes, and even challenge you, is generally acting with far more integrity than the person attempting to do, say, and convey all the right things in order to win your affection, support or business.

Beware those afraid to show their human side or the work or thought process that led to whatever they’re saying or selling.

It’s probably wiser to consider wisdom from a wise & imperfect person — that acts like a real human being — than it is to take wisdom from a “wise” & “perfect” person that acts like a robot.

The former suggests authenticity. The latter suggests someone trying to hide their true self in order to come across as something that they’re not.

It’s one thing to have the answers, it’s another to have earned them fromexperience.

... more »

From personal relationships to business to politics, the person who isn’t afraid to be themselves, make mistakes, and even challenge you, is generally acting with far more integrity than the person attempting to do, say, and convey all the right things in order to win your affection, support or business.

Beware those afraid to show their human side or the work or thought process that led to whatever they’re saying or selling.

It’s probably wiser to consider wisdom from a wise & imperfect person — that acts like a real human being — than it is to take wisdom from a “wise” & “perfect” person that acts like a robot.

The former suggests authenticity. The latter suggests someone trying to hide their true self in order to come across as something that they’re not.

It’s one thing to have the answers, it’s another to have earned them from experience.

Don’t fall victim to those seemingly perfect people or products that cater to your ego or sense of self-worth in order to profit from your patronage.

No one in this world is perfect. There are only people who pretend to be.

http://zerosophy.com/the-perfect-candidate-cause-or-product/

#integrity   #zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-28 23:08:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Forgive yourself and others of past mistakes and, instead, put your focus on where it is of most value, what was learned from them.

Excerpt from: “Screwing up” : Embracing imperfection

http://zerosophy.com/screwing-up/

#Success   #failure   #mistakes   #forgiveness   #forgive   #zerosophy  

Forgive yourself and others of past mistakes and, instead, put your focus on where it is of most value, what was learned from them.

Excerpt from: “Screwing up” : Embracing imperfection

http://zerosophy.com/screwing-up/

#Success   #failure   #mistakes   #forgiveness   #forgive   #zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-28 19:56:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

The person who screws up & learns from the experience has a lot more to offer than the person who appears perfect because they never risk making a mistake or appearing imperfect to others.

People who suffer one failure after another — only to ultimately succeed — have a fundamental understanding of experiences that people who get lucky or cheat their way to success never get.

In fact, even people who never achieve the goal they set out to accomplish often have more wisdom to offer about the experience of trying to achieve that goal than those who were able to attain it easily or without effort.

One gains far more from their struggles in life than they do from their successes.

There is a tremendous amount of value in being imperfect.

Forgive yourself and others of past mistakes and, instead, put your focus on where it is of most value, what waslea... more »

The person who screws up & learns from the experience has a lot more to offer than the person who appears perfect because they never risk making a mistake or appearing imperfect to others.

People who suffer one failure after another — only to ultimately succeed — have a fundamental understanding of experiences that people who get lucky or cheat their way to success never get.

In fact, even people who never achieve the goal they set out to accomplish often have more wisdom to offer about the experience of trying to achieve that goal than those who were able to attain it easily or without effort.

One gains far more from their struggles in life than they do from their successes.

There is a tremendous amount of value in being imperfect.

Forgive yourself and others of past mistakes and, instead, put your focus on where it is of most value, what was learned from them.

Strive for progress, not perfection.

http://zerosophy.com/screwing-up/

#Success   #Failure   #mistakes   #forgiveness   #tolerance   #Zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-28 19:52:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you discover you like the novelty of something more than you like the thing.

I’m looking at you, Avocado ice-cream.



My surprising “lack of affection” for avocado ice-cream might actually be a good thing…

I was considering starting my own novelty ice-cream shop and thought feta cheese ice-cream with real chunks of feta would be a big seller… (But not as big a seller as barbecue chicken ice-cream.)

But now I’m thinking I should reconsider mixing things I like into ice-cream and expecting the result to be incredibly delicious.

http://zerotalking.com/the-novelty/

#webcomics  

That awkward moment you discover you like the novelty of something more than you like the thing.

I’m looking at you, Avocado ice-cream.



My surprising “lack of affection” for avocado ice-cream might actually be a good thing…

I was considering starting my own novelty ice-cream shop and thought feta cheese ice-cream with real chunks of feta would be a big seller… (But not as big a seller as barbecue chicken ice-cream.)

But now I’m thinking I should reconsider mixing things I like into ice-cream and expecting the result to be incredibly delicious.

http://zerotalking.com/the-novelty/

#webcomics  ___

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2015-06-25 20:56:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Want to feel better? Be someone’s reason to smile today.

http://zerosophy.com/want-to-feel-better/

Want to feel better? Be someone’s reason to smile today.

http://zerosophy.com/want-to-feel-better/___

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2015-06-25 19:59:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Want to feel better?

Encourage someone. Show appreciation. Express gratitude. Be helpful.

Seek to contribute something of value to the people and places you encounter in life. Not once, but often.

Be the embodiment of the qualities you seek in others.

Happiness is more likely to manifest itself in one’s life as a result of making a positive difference in other people’s lives than it is by solely seeking to benefit one’s own.

“Student says, ‘I am very discouraged. What should I do?’ Master says, ‘Encourage others.'” — Zen Proverb

Want to feel better? Be someone’s reason to smile today.

http://zerosophy.com/want-to-feel-better/

#happiness   #kindness   #encouragement   #gratitude   #loa   #bekind   #leadbyexample   #appreciation  

Want to feel better?

Encourage someone. Show appreciation. Express gratitude. Be helpful.

Seek to contribute something of value to the people and places you encounter in life. Not once, but often.

Be the embodiment of the qualities you seek in others.

Happiness is more likely to manifest itself in one’s life as a result of making a positive difference in other people’s lives than it is by solely seeking to benefit one’s own.

“Student says, ‘I am very discouraged. What should I do?’ Master says, ‘Encourage others.'” — Zen Proverb

Want to feel better? Be someone’s reason to smile today.

http://zerosophy.com/want-to-feel-better/

#happiness   #kindness   #encouragement   #gratitude   #loa   #bekind   #leadbyexample   #appreciation  ___

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2015-06-24 21:38:59 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you fail so disastrously on your first attempt to do something that you are actually relieved by the fact that no matter how badly you fail at future attempts to do the same thing, you will never fail quite as spectacularly as you already have.

http://zerotalking.com/failure/

#webcomics   #zerotalking   #awkwardmoments  

That awkward moment you fail so disastrously on your first attempt to do something that you are actually relieved by the fact that no matter how badly you fail at future attempts to do the same thing, you will never fail quite as spectacularly as you already have.

http://zerotalking.com/failure/

#webcomics   #zerotalking   #awkwardmoments  ___

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2015-06-23 22:57:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment someone new shows up in your Instagram feed, but you have no idea when or why you started following them, but it’s cool because they’re *cool.

*Ok, they might not be cool. I’m not sure yet.

But dayum, they’re hot. O_O

Oh, wait. Now I remember.

http://zerotalking.com/instagram/

#webcomics   #zerotalking   #instagram  

That awkward moment someone new shows up in your Instagram feed, but you have no idea when or why you started following them, but it’s cool because they’re *cool.

*Ok, they might not be cool. I’m not sure yet.

But dayum, they’re hot. O_O

Oh, wait. Now I remember.

http://zerotalking.com/instagram/

#webcomics   #zerotalking   #instagram  ___

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2015-06-22 01:27:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

“When your determination changes, everything will begin to move in the direction you desire. The moment you resolve to be victorious, every nerve and fiber in your being will immediately orient itself toward your success. On the other hand, if you think, ‘This is never going to work out,’ then at that instant every cell in your being will be deflated and give up the fight.” — Daisaku Ikeda

In order to succeed at any goal worth achieving, one must not only be prepared to face fear, challenges, hardships, and failure, one must be willing to overcome each of these things repeatedly.

It isn’t enough to simply try and fail and try again. One must build the tenacity necessary to keep trying long after one’s expectations of success have been challenged beyond imagining.

From the limited perspective one has at the onset of any journey, the pathway to one's ultimatedestination i... more »

“When your determination changes, everything will begin to move in the direction you desire. The moment you resolve to be victorious, every nerve and fiber in your being will immediately orient itself toward your success. On the other hand, if you think, ‘This is never going to work out,’ then at that instant every cell in your being will be deflated and give up the fight.” — Daisaku Ikeda

In order to succeed at any goal worth achieving, one must not only be prepared to face fear, challenges, hardships, and failure, one must be willing to overcome each of these things repeatedly.

It isn’t enough to simply try and fail and try again. One must build the tenacity necessary to keep trying long after one’s expectations of success have been challenged beyond imagining.

From the limited perspective one has at the onset of any journey, the pathway to one's ultimate destination is often far less clear than it's imagined to be -- with a potential "plot twist" lying in wait at every turn.

As such, it’s important to remember that failures and setbacks are as much a part of the process of success as small victories are along the way. And that the road to success is often revealed most by the lessons learned from failed attempts to navigate it without a map.

Every failure in life provides valuable experience that, in turn, can provide illumination on one’s journey. But to reap the most from that experience, it’s important to not allow our failures to discourage us from pushing forward towards our goals.

As the Chinese proverb goes, “The temptation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed.”

In other words, never underestimate the power of persistence.

http://zerosophy.com/the-road-to-success/ 

#Success   #failure   #zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-21 20:03:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

In cafe.

Go up to the cafe counter to purchase coffee. The cashier hands me a mug. The general manager sees it and goes, “A mug? You never use a mug!”

“I know. I forgot my travel mug in my car.”

Manager turns to the cashier, “Just give it to him.”

“Hey, I can just go get my mug.”

“No, no. I want to see what happens.”

And I’m thinking, “What’s going to happen?” O_o

Well, I’ll tell you what happens…

I’m going to drink complimentary coffee out of the mug they gave me… and make all my dreams come true. And maybe go up for a second or third cup when I’m finished.

And hope nothing too crazy happens.

http://zerotalking.com/the-cafe-mug/

#WebComics   #ZeroTalking  

In cafe.

Go up to the cafe counter to purchase coffee. The cashier hands me a mug. The general manager sees it and goes, “A mug? You never use a mug!”

“I know. I forgot my travel mug in my car.”

Manager turns to the cashier, “Just give it to him.”

“Hey, I can just go get my mug.”

“No, no. I want to see what happens.”

And I’m thinking, “What’s going to happen?” O_o

Well, I’ll tell you what happens…

I’m going to drink complimentary coffee out of the mug they gave me… and make all my dreams come true. And maybe go up for a second or third cup when I’m finished.

And hope nothing too crazy happens.

http://zerotalking.com/the-cafe-mug/

#WebComics   #ZeroTalking  ___

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2015-06-20 21:10:36 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

From truly listening to people to going out of your way to making someone feel appreciated, kindness comes in all shapes and forms.

Not only is your kindness often returned to you by those you share it with, people who feel good tend to make other people feel good simply by association.

Whether it’s simply making someone laugh or smile, never underestimate your ability to start a chain reaction of positivity.

A single act of kindness may seem like such a small thing, but so is the ember that starts a wildfire.

Be someone’s reason to smile today and you may just find yourself encountering more of the types of people who make you smile in return.

http://zerosophy.com/a-single-act-of-kindness/

#zerosophy   #kindness  

From truly listening to people to going out of your way to making someone feel appreciated, kindness comes in all shapes and forms.

Not only is your kindness often returned to you by those you share it with, people who feel good tend to make other people feel good simply by association.

Whether it’s simply making someone laugh or smile, never underestimate your ability to start a chain reaction of positivity.

A single act of kindness may seem like such a small thing, but so is the ember that starts a wildfire.

Be someone’s reason to smile today and you may just find yourself encountering more of the types of people who make you smile in return.

http://zerosophy.com/a-single-act-of-kindness/

#zerosophy   #kindness  ___

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2015-06-19 21:46:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

"We actually have as little choice about wanting to become happy as the heart does about pumping blood. We’re incapable of wanting not to become happy. The pursuit of happiness isn’t merely an inalienable right with which we’re endowed or an activity we’re capable of choosing; it’s psychological law we must obey. Even people who appear to want nothing to do with happiness, like those so immersed in self-hatred that their principle aim becomes self-sabotage, will say they haven’t lost their desire for happiness so much as ceased to believe they deserve it" - Alex Lickerman, MD (From: The Undefeated Mind: On the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self)

http://zerosophy.com/happiness-is-not-a-choice/

"We actually have as little choice about wanting to become happy as the heart does about pumping blood. We’re incapable of wanting not to become happy. The pursuit of happiness isn’t merely an inalienable right with which we’re endowed or an activity we’re capable of choosing; it’s psychological law we must obey. Even people who appear to want nothing to do with happiness, like those so immersed in self-hatred that their principle aim becomes self-sabotage, will say they haven’t lost their desire for happiness so much as ceased to believe they deserve it" - Alex Lickerman, MD (From: The Undefeated Mind: On the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self)

http://zerosophy.com/happiness-is-not-a-choice/___

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2015-06-13 22:18:39 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

In an alternate universe...

http://zerosophy.com/

In an alternate universe...

http://zerosophy.com/___

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2015-06-13 21:59:09 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Whenever I'm driving and see people who don't use their blinkers, I just pretend they're in really slow car chases and they don't want to let the person chasing them know which direction they're going.

http://zerotalking.com/spy-vs-spy/

#ZeroTalkin   #webcomics  

Whenever I'm driving and see people who don't use their blinkers, I just pretend they're in really slow car chases and they don't want to let the person chasing them know which direction they're going.

http://zerotalking.com/spy-vs-spy/

#ZeroTalkin   #webcomics  ___

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2015-06-10 22:44:10 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you literally discover a sketchy camera effect you really like and now plan on abusing it on social media.

http://zerotalking.com/sketchy/

That awkward moment you literally discover a sketchy camera effect you really like and now plan on abusing it on social media.

http://zerotalking.com/sketchy/___

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2015-06-10 22:01:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Excerpt from: What it means to be truly wealthy

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-be-truly-wealthy/

#Zerosophy  

Excerpt from: What it means to be truly wealthy

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-be-truly-wealthy/

#Zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-10 22:01:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Excerpt from: What it means to be truly wealthy

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-be-truly-wealthy/

#Zerosophy  

Excerpt from: What it means to be truly wealthy

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-be-truly-wealthy/

#Zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-10 22:00:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

True wealth isn’t flashy and it doesn’t exist in things.

True wealth is accumulated through the positive impact one has on the world. It’s traded in kindness and positive energy.

True wealth doesn’t exist in bank accounts. It only exists in the minds and hearts of the people one touches & inspires throughout their lifetime and beyond.

True wealth isn’t a measure of how many valuable things you have, it’s a measure of how valuable you are without them.

If you want to know what it feels like to be truly wealthy, never underestimate the time spent doing things that have a positive impact on others.

True wealth doesn’t involve dollar signs because true wealth is beyond measuring.

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-be-truly-wealthy/

#Zerosophy   #kindness  

True wealth isn’t flashy and it doesn’t exist in things.

True wealth is accumulated through the positive impact one has on the world. It’s traded in kindness and positive energy.

True wealth doesn’t exist in bank accounts. It only exists in the minds and hearts of the people one touches & inspires throughout their lifetime and beyond.

True wealth isn’t a measure of how many valuable things you have, it’s a measure of how valuable you are without them.

If you want to know what it feels like to be truly wealthy, never underestimate the time spent doing things that have a positive impact on others.

True wealth doesn’t involve dollar signs because true wealth is beyond measuring.

http://zerosophy.com/what-it-means-to-be-truly-wealthy/

#Zerosophy   #kindness  ___

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2015-06-07 21:16:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

It’s better to be your genuine self and have fewer of the right kinds of people in your life than it is to surround yourself with those who only accept you as long as you conform to their idea of who you should be.

Excerpt from: Don’t live your life wearing a disguise.

http://zerosophy.com/dont-live-your-life-wearing-a-disguise/

#zerosophy  

  

It’s better to be your genuine self and have fewer of the right kinds of people in your life than it is to surround yourself with those who only accept you as long as you conform to their idea of who you should be.

Excerpt from: Don’t live your life wearing a disguise.

http://zerosophy.com/dont-live-your-life-wearing-a-disguise/

#zerosophy  

  ___

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2015-06-07 21:15:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

When you refuse to be anything but your genuine self, you give those who are most compatible with who you are a chance to find you.

Excerpt from: Don’t live your life wearing a disguise.

http://zerosophy.com/dont-live-your-life-wearing-a-disguise/

  #zerosophy  

When you refuse to be anything but your genuine self, you give those who are most compatible with who you are a chance to find you.

Excerpt from: Don’t live your life wearing a disguise.

http://zerosophy.com/dont-live-your-life-wearing-a-disguise/

  #zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-07 21:13:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

It’s better to be your genuine self and have fewer of the right kinds of people in your life than it is to surround yourself with those who only accept you as long as you conform to their idea of who you should be.

Don’t live your life wearing a disguise.

When you refuse to be anything but your genuine self, you give those who are most compatible with who you are a chance to find you.

Never fear being rejected by those who seek to confine you to their expectations. It’s OK not to be liked or accepted by everyone you cross paths with on your journey.

You have to live your own life, learn from what life experiences provide you and evolve into the person you were meant to be.

Sometimes it’s necessary to take a step back and let go of things that are keeping you from making progress in life in order to make space for more of the things that willhelp yo... more »

It’s better to be your genuine self and have fewer of the right kinds of people in your life than it is to surround yourself with those who only accept you as long as you conform to their idea of who you should be.

Don’t live your life wearing a disguise.

When you refuse to be anything but your genuine self, you give those who are most compatible with who you are a chance to find you.

Never fear being rejected by those who seek to confine you to their expectations. It’s OK not to be liked or accepted by everyone you cross paths with on your journey.

You have to live your own life, learn from what life experiences provide you and evolve into the person you were meant to be.

Sometimes it’s necessary to take a step back and let go of things that are keeping you from making progress in life in order to make space for more of the things that will help you fulfill your potential.

http://zerosophy.com/dont-live-your-life-wearing-a-disguise/

#zerosophy   #beyourself___

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2015-06-07 20:02:55 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

#LifeTip :

Sometimes you don’t know what you really think — or how you really feel — about something until you write it down.

When in doubt, write it out.

http://zerosophy.com/when-in-doubt-write-it-out/

 #zerosophy

#LifeTip :

Sometimes you don’t know what you really think — or how you really feel — about something until you write it down.

When in doubt, write it out.

http://zerosophy.com/when-in-doubt-write-it-out/

 #zerosophy___

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2015-06-06 20:40:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Bring out the best in people by sincerely highlighting those things you appreciate about them the most.

Excerpt from: Accentuate the positive

http://zerosophy.com/accentuate-the-positive/

#Loa   #Kindness   #positivity   #Zerosophy  

Bring out the best in people by sincerely highlighting those things you appreciate about them the most.

Excerpt from: Accentuate the positive

http://zerosophy.com/accentuate-the-positive/

#Loa   #Kindness   #positivity   #Zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-05 20:13:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Never stop trying to add value to your relationships.

Excerpt from: #Relationships  & #Teamwork  

http://zerosophy.com/relationships-teamwork/

Never stop trying to add value to your relationships.

Excerpt from: #Relationships  & #Teamwork  

http://zerosophy.com/relationships-teamwork/___

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2015-06-05 19:46:06 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Relationships & teamwork

From acquaintances to best friends to married couples, all great friendships involve teamwork.

Teamwork sits alongside trust, communication, and tolerance as a building block of the best relationships.

Teamwork is not “What can I get out of this relationship?”, it’s “What can I bring to this relationship to make it better?”

Teamwork is the combined commitment to overcome obstacles. It’s support. It’s encouragement. It’s working together.

It’s rising to the challenge of bettering yourself for the benefit of the whole. It’s providing the support & encouragement necessary to help others better themselves and succeed in their endeavors.

Whether it’s providing a kind word, sincere appreciation, a listening ear, or something else entirely, never stop trying to add value to yourrelationships.
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Relationships & teamwork

From acquaintances to best friends to married couples, all great friendships involve teamwork.

Teamwork sits alongside trust, communication, and tolerance as a building block of the best relationships.

Teamwork is not “What can I get out of this relationship?”, it’s “What can I bring to this relationship to make it better?”

Teamwork is the combined commitment to overcome obstacles. It’s support. It’s encouragement. It’s working together.

It’s rising to the challenge of bettering yourself for the benefit of the whole. It’s providing the support & encouragement necessary to help others better themselves and succeed in their endeavors.

Whether it’s providing a kind word, sincere appreciation, a listening ear, or something else entirely, never stop trying to add value to your relationships.

Never underestimate the power of teamwork.

Never stop asking, “What can I do to make this relationship better?”

http://zerosophy.com/relationships-teamwork/

#teamwork   #relationships   #Zerosophy  ___

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2015-06-05 01:58:50 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment when you say goodbye to someone you don’t know very well, but you know them well enough to know that you can’t wait to see them again in order to get to know them better.

sigh

http://zerotalking.com/captivation/

That awkward moment when you say goodbye to someone you don’t know very well, but you know them well enough to know that you can’t wait to see them again in order to get to know them better.

sigh

http://zerotalking.com/captivation/___

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2015-06-04 21:13:52 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

That awkward moment you’re feeling pretty good about yourself.

Like you might finally have your shit together.

And then you drool by accident.

*At least no one noticed.

http://zerotalking.com/a-pinnacle-of-poise/

#ZeroTalking   #webcomics  

That awkward moment you’re feeling pretty good about yourself.

Like you might finally have your shit together.

And then you drool by accident.

*At least no one noticed.

http://zerotalking.com/a-pinnacle-of-poise/

#ZeroTalking   #webcomics  ___

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2015-06-04 19:40:27 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

“They suck.”

Think of a group of people you don’t like.

Now realize there are people in the world who don’t like a group of people that you fall within.

Whether it’s because of your profession, the color of your skin, your cultural background or something else entirely, you are disliked by people who don’t even know you simply because you fall within a stereotype.

Think it’s fair? Probably not. They don’t know you or what motivates you, how could it be fair?

If you’ve ever been stereotyped and didn’t like it, then refuse to stereotype others no matter how accurate you think the stereotype is.

It should go without saying, but no two people are exactly alike.

Every person on the planet draws upon a unique history of life experiences that shape who they are, how they see the world, and how they act.
Refuse to rely on... more »

“They suck.”

Think of a group of people you don’t like.

Now realize there are people in the world who don’t like a group of people that you fall within.

Whether it’s because of your profession, the color of your skin, your cultural background or something else entirely, you are disliked by people who don’t even know you simply because you fall within a stereotype.

Think it’s fair? Probably not. They don’t know you or what motivates you, how could it be fair?

If you’ve ever been stereotyped and didn’t like it, then refuse to stereotype others no matter how accurate you think the stereotype is.

It should go without saying, but no two people are exactly alike.

Every person on the planet draws upon a unique history of life experiences that shape who they are, how they see the world, and how they act.

Refuse to rely on a generalization or oversimplification from which to judge a group of people.

Resist disrespecting and speaking badly about others just because family, friends, the media, or society considers it acceptable to paint an entire race, culture, or group of people in a negative light.

Whatever your lifestyle preferences may be, respect people enough to give others a chance to show who they are by how they act.

Some of the best friendships in the world are between people who don’t necessarily agree on everything. It is our differences from one another that help us grow and push us to see the world from a perspective other than the one we’ve grown most comfortable with.

ster·e·o·type
noun
1. a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.

[This is not to say throw caution to the wind when you are in unfamiliar territory. Be cautious, be aware of your environment, and understand & respect cultural differences. This is simply to say that if you don’t like being stereotyped, don’t stereotype others.]

http://zerosophy.com/they-suck/   #zerosophy___

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2015-06-03 22:32:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

If not now, when?

If you don’t take steps to overcome your shyness, procrastination, bad habits, or any other thing that may lead to issues in your life, when are you going to?

If you don’t get on the path to living a healthier lifestyle soon, when will you?

If you don’t make concrete plans to do the awesome things you’ve always wanted to do, when will they get done?

If you don’t develop the discipline necessary to follow through with your New Year’s resolutions year after year, will you ever?

The fact is, people often put things off until it’s too late. We fall victim to the belief that there will always be time.

But time passes. It never stops.

Days, weeks, months, even years go by without people taking action on the things they intended to do.

One only gets to experience what it’s like to be anddo things at a ... more »

If not now, when?

If you don’t take steps to overcome your shyness, procrastination, bad habits, or any other thing that may lead to issues in your life, when are you going to?

If you don’t get on the path to living a healthier lifestyle soon, when will you?

If you don’t make concrete plans to do the awesome things you’ve always wanted to do, when will they get done?

If you don’t develop the discipline necessary to follow through with your New Year’s resolutions year after year, will you ever?

The fact is, people often put things off until it’s too late. We fall victim to the belief that there will always be time.

But time passes. It never stops.

Days, weeks, months, even years go by without people taking action on the things they intended to do.

One only gets to experience what it’s like to be and do things at a certain age when one is that age.

You’ll only be young once. You’ll only be in your twenties, thirties, forties… once. And in every decade that passes, you are no longer the same. Lifestyles, responsibilities, priorities change.

Of all the things we get in life, we can never get more time.

If you want to accomplish anything in life, you can’t just think about it. And you can’t just keeping pushing it off until the time is right or everything is perfect.

You have to commit to taking action on whatever it is you truly wish to do.

Commit to writing down what you truly want to do in life. Commit to taking the steps necessary to figure out how to do it. Break down every aspect of what you wish to accomplish into achievable goals. And then commit to meeting them.

Make it happen.

http://zerosophy.com/if-not-now-when/

 #zerosophy___

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2015-06-03 02:32:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Dear +TheHuffingtonPost 

With regard to your article titled, “Why some people may be more likely to become parents.”

I think I know this one.

Is the answer, “They have unprotected sex?”

I hope so.

http://zerotalking.com/dear-the-huffington-post/

#webcomics  

Dear +TheHuffingtonPost 

With regard to your article titled, “Why some people may be more likely to become parents.”

I think I know this one.

Is the answer, “They have unprotected sex?”

I hope so.

http://zerotalking.com/dear-the-huffington-post/

#webcomics  ___

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2015-06-02 23:31:10 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Be an encourager

It is far more effective to be a person who encourages others than it is to spend one’s time finding faults, criticizing, or judging people.

Not only will you feel better about yourself as a result of being a force for good, you’ll be making a positive difference in people’s lives.

Refuse to put people down. Refuse to judge those who aren’t exactly like you. Refuse to do to others what you wouldn’t like done to you.

Remember that everyone lives their lives in a way that reflects what they’ve learned from life experience.

Not everyone thinks the same. Not everyone knows what you know. Not everyone has the same level of awareness.

Help people live their lives in a positive way by encouraging more of what you’d like to see in the world.

Lift people up. Raise people’s spirits. Make friends, notenemies.
<... more »

Be an encourager

It is far more effective to be a person who encourages others than it is to spend one’s time finding faults, criticizing, or judging people.

Not only will you feel better about yourself as a result of being a force for good, you’ll be making a positive difference in people’s lives.

Refuse to put people down. Refuse to judge those who aren’t exactly like you. Refuse to do to others what you wouldn’t like done to you.

Remember that everyone lives their lives in a way that reflects what they’ve learned from life experience.

Not everyone thinks the same. Not everyone knows what you know. Not everyone has the same level of awareness.

Help people live their lives in a positive way by encouraging more of what you’d like to see in the world.

Lift people up. Raise people’s spirits. Make friends, not enemies.

Help educate people by being a good example.

Be kind. Be encouraging. Be honest. Be tolerant.

Inspire others to live with integrity.

Lead by example.

http://zerosophy.com/be-an-encourager/___

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