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35 ideas that will change your life

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Pause often, listen deeply. Create, don't replicate. Don't eat yellow snow.

Okay, so that last one doesn't feature on this life-improving list of inspirational ideas, but we still stand by it.

The work of public speaker and entrepreneur Jonathan Fields, this the Living Creed of his Good Life Project (version 2.0), an online movement/community/show on a mission to change and improve the world.

If you want to improve the intellectual tone of your living room wall by precisely 35 ideas, you can pick up your own copy of the poster here.

(Image: Good Life Project)

(Via: Design Taxi)

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