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You’ll find surprise ideas for saying I love you, back-to-basics classics that always work, and inspired twists on creative expressions of love. You’ll be a fool for love in a healthy way with this book, and learn how to express true affection with secret love notes, perpetual bouquets, secluded picnics, and outrageous gifts
You're Just Fooling Yourself, You'd Better Move On (7", Single). 20th Century Fox Records. You're Just Fooling Yourself, You Better Move On (7", Promo).
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Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing and wherever you are going, you owe it to yourself, to your art, to the world to do it well without fear of ridicule, criticism or failure. You can be as big and successful as you can possibly imagine. You just don’t trust yourself enough yet. No matter who you are or what you dream of becoming, remember this: No one ever came to this planet to take a back seat, play second fiddle or make it small. What can you do better in business and career. Ask the right questions about why the rules exist, but not just any question. You may have been asking the wrong questions all this while. If you focus 100% on output without zero input you might just be fooling yourself into thinking that you are moving forward while in fact, you are spinning in circles. The difference between those who start before they’re ready and those who wait is that the former knows you won’t know what you can do until you do it. Do not miss the train. Opportunities are often late, but they always go away fast.
Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)" is the second single released from Styx's The Grand Illusion (1977) album. On the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart in the . the single peaked at number 29. It also hit on the Canada RPM Top Singles chart the week of May 6th 1978. The song was written by guitarist Tommy Shaw
You better watch out, you better not cry, You better not pout, I’m telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to town. You’d better get to the meeting on time. Had better implies that something bad could happen if you don’t follow the advice: We should leave before the storm hits. We’d better leave before the storm hits
So when you compare yourself to what you see on social media, you’re just hurting yourself. 14. Celebrate the small wins. Appreciating what you’re doing in the present gives you the motivation to keep making strides towards your ultimate goal. 15. Stop pretending to know things you don’t know. You’ll never learn anything if you pretend to already know everything. You can’t become the best version of yourself by playing it safe. You see your current self as the regular season, and you’re just waiting for the playoffs to start before giving it your all. But if all you do is wait for the best version of yourself to happen, you’re forever going to be stuck with the current version.
When you love someone and they don't love you back, it can feel like your world is ending. The pain you’re experiencing is very real. Science has even shown that rejection activates the same pain-sensing neurons in your brain that physical pain does. You can’t control how you feel, but you can learn to get past the pain of romantic rejection and move on with your life. Develop a new gym routine. Even when you're ready to move on, you can sometimes hit a relapse if you're not careful. It's like taking the stitches out of a wound too early. It's healing up nicely, but it's not ready for strenuous exercise quite yet. Avoid doing things with the other person or letting him/her back into your life until you're sure that this won't cause you to get back on the swoon-train. If you do find yourself relapsing, don't sweat it too much! You've already put in a lot of work to get over them and that work will pay off.
|A.||You're Just Fooling Yourself||2:25|
|B.||You Better Move On||2:15|
|1900||The Original Bluebelles||You're Just Fooling Yourself / You Better Move On (7")||Rainbow Records||1900||US||1964|
|1900||The Blue-Belles*||You're Just Fooling Yourself / You Better Move On (7")||Rainbow Records||1900||US||1964|
|539||The Bracelets||You're Just Fooling Yourself / You Better Move On (7", Promo)||20th Century Fox Records||539||US||1964|