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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THINKGROWPROSPER
51.3% of thinkgrowprosper's followers are female and 48.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.50%. The average number of likes per post is 16081 and the average number of comments is 147.
26.79% of the followers that engaged with thinkgrowprosper regularly are from United States, followed by India at 8.93% and Philippines at 5.36%. In summary, the top 5 countries of thinkgrowprosper's posts engager are coming from United States, India, Philippines, Netherlands, Indonesia.
Thinkgrowprosper loves posting about Publishing, Soul, Photography.
Check thinkgrowprosper's audience demography. This analytics report shows thinkgrowprosper's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THINKGROWPROSPER
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THINKGROWPROSPER
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 44.87 %
- Fitness & Yoga 44.72 %
- Beauty & Fashion 43.94 %
- Art & Design 42.38 %
- Business & Careers 42.13 %
- Children & Family 39.36 %
- Entertainment 38.84 %
- Travel & Tourism 38.51 %
- Music 35.85 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 34.27 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF THINKGROWPROSPER
- United States 26.79 %
- India 8.93 %
- Philippines 5.36 %
- Netherlands 5.36 %
- Indonesia 5.36 %
A useful way to conceptualize problems. It may not always be easy (or reasonable) to view life this way but it’s always there as an option.
[New podcast episode] Of course, if taken too far, constraints can become restrictive and oppressive. Likewise, unbridled freedom leads to chaos and disorder. The balance point is in leveraging constraints to your advantage. As @jockowillink says, discipline equals freedom. - Just published a new podcast episode where I discuss this concept in more detail and also walk you through my personal daily routine. It’s Episode 41 at the link in my bio @thinkgrowprosper. - What are some constraints you’ve benefited from?
Although it may sound like a negative thing, when it comes to philosophical matters, “argumentation” is not about bickering with someone you disagree with. Rather, it’s about carefully examining an issue in an effort to discover the truth (or approximate truth). - We “do philosophy” much more often than we think. Whether we’re thinking critically about social issues, deciding where to go on vacation, or choosing our career path, we’re engaging in philosophy — often haphazardly, but engaging nonetheless. - Recently, I’ve been enjoying a great lecture series from @audible called “The Big Questions of Philosophy.” If you’re interested in how to think better and in learning the practical role philosophy plays in your life, you will love this course. - Check the link in my bio @thinkgrowprosper for a free 30-day trial plus a free audiobook from @audible 🎧
What thoughts are you reinforcing? I’ve been doing some deep work on my book the past few weeks so I haven’t been posting as quite much. Occasionally, I take a break to do some reading. This is a page from @marieforleo’s new book she sent over. I’ve admired Marie for years and even had her on my podcast a while back (episode 25). This book distills her personal philosophy that she attributes to her success. Solid, foundational concepts that will improve your life. - She’s talks about the one “meta belief” we need to cultivate that unlocks a field of virtually infinite potential. That belief is that #EverythingIsFigureoutable.
We tell ourselves we will be happy when: - We find the right partner - We start our career - We make enough money - We get the recognition we deserve - The world is a better place - The right politician gets elected - The weather gets better - Our family supports our dreams • When you make your happiness dependent on external circumstances, they will always control you. Tag someone who needs to hear this. —Ruben
Thoroughly enjoying my advance copy of @ryanholiday’s latest book #StillnessIsTheKey. It’s a crucial topic at a crucial time in our culture. This chapter highlights the importance of appreciating where you are rather than obsessing over where you want to be as a way to cultivate stillness. - P.S. Check my Story for the link to my conversation with Ryan on my podcast from a while back.
Did you catch my episode with positive psychology researcher & author Neil Pasricha (@neilpasricha) a few months ago? We talked about how & why to read more books (among other things). Really enjoyed our conversation and I think you will too. It’s episode #24 at the link in my bio @thinkgrowprosper. - 🎧 The Think Grow Podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify & most other podcast platforms
What are your thoughts on this line from #TheAlchemist? My sense is that, whether we know it or not, each one of us has a specific role to play in the drama of existence. We each make our own unique contributions through every word we speak, every action we take, every piece of art we create, every post we share on social media. All of these little contributions come together to create a mosaic of ideas that help drive forward the evolution of humanity and consciousness. - Currently listening to The Alchemist on @audible while hanging out with my 6-month old. Never too early to start instilling positive messages in the mind of a child. More father-son time on my Story ↖️
Which one of these principles is your favorite? In case you missed it, I did a podcast episode on this topic a while back where I explain these concepts in more detail. It’s been one of my most popular episodes to date. (It’s number 10 at the link in my bio @thinkgrowprosper if you want to check it out ☝🏽) - Slides & graphics designed by @viziandrei
“Validation seeking is a purpose killer. If you’re not doing it for you, then don’t do it.” — @neil_strauss
In case you missed it, I wrote a new blog post you might like: “6 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From My 6-Month Old.” - P.S. You don’t have to be a parent to appreciate these lessons. Link in bio @thinkgrowprosper
These are a few of my favorite quotes about the acquisition of knowledge. I refer to them occasionally when I start feeling like I know everything about nothing or nothing about everything. Who relates? Which quote resonates with you most?
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