Sweat The Small Stuff Quotes by Christina Applegate, Michelle Obama, Tony Robbins, Richard Carlson, Josie Ho, Joel Siegel and many others.
I used to say… ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff – not even the big stuff.’ At the end of the day, none of it matters but your own joy, your own spiritual journey that you go on, God, your loved ones, your friends, your animals. These are the things you’ve got to cherish and love and embrace.
I don’t, as my mom would say, sweat the small stuff in our relationship. Because when I think of day-to-day irritations that you might have with the one you love, they’re nothing compared to the bigger task at hand.
Here’s a two step formula for handling stress. Step number one: Don’t sweat the small stuff. Step number two: Remember it’s all small stuff.
Don’t sweat the small stuff…and it’s all small stuff.
I always say to myself when things get too hectic, “Don’t sweat the small stuff!”
What cancer does is, it forces you to focus, to prioritize, and you learn what’s important. I mean, I don’t sweat the small stuff. I used to get angry at cab drivers. It’s not worth it…. And when somebody says you have cancer, you realize it’s all small stuff.
It’s a long way back to Eden, Sweetheart, so don’t sweat the small stuff.
What I try to encourage individuals to do is don’t sweat the small stuff, sweat the big stuff.
There is a much bigger picture we are all striving for. To sweat the small stuff just stresses you out for no reason.
Ask yourself this question, will this matter a year from now?
I look at my cancer journey as a gift: It made me slow down and realisethe important things in life and taught me to not sweat the small stuff.
There are two rules in life: Rule #1: Don’t sweat the small stuff. Rule #2: Everything is small stuff.
Sweat the small stuff. Without letting anyone see you sweat.
I live every day to its fullest extent and I don’t sweat the small stuff.
True happiness comes not when we get rid of all of our problems,but when we change our relationship to them, when we see our problems as a potential source of awakening, opportunities to practice, and to learn.
Effective listening is more than simply avoiding the bad habit of interrupting others while they are speaking or finishing their sentences. It’s being content to listen to the entire thought of someone rather than waiting impatiently for your chance to respond.
Rule number one is, don’t sweat the small stuff. Rule number two is, it’s all small stuff.
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