- Sunday, 12 January 2020
The lessons we learn in life are usually learned the hard way, aren’t they? Often through mistake, trial, experience, and sometimes involving hard work and tears. Perhaps the most difficult part about the process is realizing that sometimes chances don’t last a lifetime. You ultimately understand this when it is already too late to act. If the opportunity allows it, it`s best to learn these lessons sooner rather than later.
You are responsible for your own happiness : You have probably heard this statement million times already, haven’t you? You are in charge of your own happiness!
Did you know that your perspective can drastically change simply by changing the vocabulary you use to describe your daily tasks and responsibilities, from ‘have to’ to “get to’? Changing your mindset can affect your life in ways you haven’t thought about earlier! You will soon start experiencing your life with more positivity coming from within, rather than based on instances.
If you want to do what you love you have to work twice as hard : Unfortunately, many people these days do what they are said they should do, or what their friends, family members, or community recommends. Instead of spending your life having a miserable job or chasing money, do what you truly love. As Mark Twain put it, “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Of course, making this a reality requires putting extra time, effort, and commitment.
Procrastination is slavery : Times has become so easy to waste than ever, hasn’t it? But, procrastinating and wasting your time only makes you a slave to your past. And, this means that it will be much more difficult for you to catch up later on! Instead of being lazy, be more proactive and take care of the things that need to be done NOW! This will help you confidently move in the right direction without anything holding you back.
You must make health a priority : Young people rarely think about physical health, which isn’t surprising though. But, your future self will be extremely grateful if you take some measures to stay in good shape. Begin by eating healthy and exercising at least three times a week.
Embrace who you are : Many people lack the confidence they need to stand up for their needs and desires, especially youngster. However, it is more difficult to hide in the dark or pretend to be someone else. Embrace who you are and you will soon draw like-minded people. It may not be easy to feel fully confident with who you are and stand up for your authentic needs, desires, and happiness (especially when you’re young). It is much harder, however, to hide and pretend.