Dette riket utviklet seg etter hvert til Det tysk-romerske rikeog disse delene av Sveits ble en del av dette. Disse undertegnet en avtale som blant annet sikret fri handel, og opprettet dessuten et forsvarsforbund. Utover tallet var det flere kriger mot habsburgerne, men sveitsiske seire i slaget ved Morgarten og slaget ved Sempach gjorde at forbundet fikk sin frihet fra Habsburg.
De sveitsiske kantonene var likevel underlagt Det tysk-romerske rike, men hadde en relativt fri stilling.
Basel tiltrakk seg intellektuelle storheter som Erasmusnoe som skulle legge kimen til den sveitsiske reformasjonen. Samtidig ble leiesoldattjeneste forbudt i de reformerte kantonene. Senere utviklet Jean Calvin reformasjonen videre, og Sveits ble etter hvert et fristed for franske hugenotter og andre protestanter som flyktet fra undertrykkelse. Ved freden i Westfalen i anerkjente stormaktene Sveits' uavhengighet fra Det tysk-romerske rike.
Andre byer, som Baselble styrt av de mektige laugene.
Syttenhundretallet var preget av en voksende industrialisering, der Sveits blant annet ble kjent for sine urmakere og sin metallurgiindustri. Etter Napoleons fall ble visse grensejusteringer foretatt av Wienerkongressenmen Sveits kom relativt godt ut av disse. Den korte borgerkrigen i endte i seier til de liberale kreftene, og en ny grunnlov som fortsatt i hovedsak gjelder.
We had little idea of what we were really doing, but quickly were thrown into situations where we HAD to be flexible. Little successes build up your repository of examples that let you know you can accomplish things if you set your mind to it.
Jodi Ettenberg — Legal Nomads The most defining attitude for me has been the belief that life is about learning. If we choose to believe differently we get different results. Yes, sometimes we need to take baby steps to start making progress on our goals. But more often, we need to dig deep and find the courage to take the great leaps in life — the ones that propel us so far forward that we become a bigger, better, more alive version of ourselves.
At least for all the go-getters out there. Mars Dorian — Spread Your Influence Two years ago I gave a stranger at a party some advice on building a creative business.
He was still grinding at the and soaked up every little word I came up with.
Instead of turning down opportunities that seemed intimidating, I started embracing them. I began to talk with strangers. I agreed to appear on television. I swallowed my fear of heights and jumped out of an airplane.
This one change has made my life a thousand times more fulfilling than it was before. Larry Benet — The Connector After being selectively outsourced for the 4th and final time from corporate america and after asking Donald trump a question on overcoming adversity and pressure, I realized that I wanted to have the freedom to do what I wanted with who I wanted when I wanted.
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I knew I had a unique gift of connecting with people and building relationships, and realized that i could build relationships with anyone. Since that time I have set out to build relationships with some of the worlds greatest thought leaders and entrepreneurs like Tony Hsieh of zappos, Tony Robbins, to Peter Guber owner of the Golden State Warriors and created an organization to serve them and add value to them. Life is much more fun as every day I find ways to share my gift, and I get to discover and admire the greatness in everyone I meet.
When I graduated from college, I had no idea what I wanted to do — no clear career path and or sense of purpose about a profession. I accidentally landed in a public relations job which was a great career for many years. But the only thing I truly felt passionate about was having children and creating a stable and happy family life something I missed as a child. I read dozens of books, took self-assessments, enrolled in workshops, and ultimately discovered my passion is helping others uncover their own passions and make positive life change.
Satya Colombo — Fierce Wisdom Getting to know some of the most amazing people alive right now through my work — many on this page — and learning straight from them how to live an immortal life. Natalie Sisson — The Suitcase Entrepreneur For me it was realizing I could sit down to lunch with fear and face it directly and talk to it just like any companion.
I learned that, along with fear, failure was also part and parcel of a long journey to being successful. That the thought of failure was often worse than the feeling of being at rock bottom. Even when I was down to my last pennies, having put everything into starting a new business, I realized I was still happy, healthy and lucky to be enjoying the best things in life — which are always free you know. Jeffrey Riddle — The Give Give Had I not given myself permission to go after a career in professional baseball, tour the country as a musician, try real estate, manage artists and produce albums, start a dot com, build a marketing company, and explore software sales, I would have never discovered my passion.
Suzannah Scully — Career Maven I believe that we were all given gifts and it is our responsibility to share that gift with others.
I believe in the most effective use of my soul and mind and what that means for how I spend my time. And I know that I have never felt more like myself than I have since I started listening to what was inside as opposed to following what everyone expected of me on the outside. This belief makes you take responsibility but is incredibly freeing at the same time — every element is within your control.
When I stopped chasing money and began getting rid of all my stuff including my at-the-time-beloved BMW i and Gibson SG guitar is when I feel like I really started to appreciate what life was about.
That was a years-long process as opposed to a single moment. Be the tortoise, not the hare.
I enjoy my work because it involves creativity, learning and challenge — but I could find that enjoyment in lots of endeavors. Ultimately, the chance to make a positive difference in the world is what gets me going.
Doing meaningful work is motivating — not just to me, but to all the smart and talented people who work with me. Shama Kabani — Marketing Zen I live by this quote: This is my belief when it comes to life and business.
There is a grand plan to all things in the universe. I believe in always moving forward, trusting my intuition, and having faith in the unknown. Jullien Gordon — Purpose Finder I love potluck dinners and I host them monthly, but I also believe in the philosophy behind potlucks—Give more than you take. This has been my business strategy, relationship strategy, and overall life strategy. What you leave over in a business transaction is value. What you leave over in a relationship is love.
And what you leave over in life is legacy. After much deliberation, I skipped a week of class and emailed all my clients telling them I would be on a cruise. Jacob Sokol — Sensophy Letting go. That was the biggest move I made toward living my life on purpose. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.
You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. Benny Lewis — Fluent in 3 Months Meet as many people as possible.
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Interaction with the world, questioning others, discussing, socialising, travelling, dating, partying, joining clubs, exercising with others, and every other activity that lets you associate ideally face to face with people can ultimately expose you to THEIR passions and give you a better idea of what yours may be.
David Garland — Rise to the Top My belief in doing things my own way and not conforming as to what I should do really came from my parents. Not because they are massive risk takers, but they instilled a healthy possibly too much? One morning, just like that after years of searching I woke up and I was done with the story of not deserving a great life. I was now going to do what brings me joy and not what does not. My internal experience changed my outer life almost instantly.
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New opportunities, new offers. Some relationships fell away and made room for new ones that were better fitted to my new belief about myself. I deserve to be happy.