Once you learn these 8 harsh realities of life, you'll be much stronger
Instead of slogging all day and night doing a job to pay rent, and bills, it is far better to do what inspires you, makes you alive, and what motivates you.
Take out time to cook, read, travel, listen or play music, whatever you love doing.
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Recognize that in most situations, all you can control is your effort and your attitude.
When you put your energy into the things you can control, you'll be much more effective.
You can influence people and circumstances, but you can't force things to go your way:
Think about what you could do when failure happens.
Usually, the worst-case scenario isn't as tragic as you might envision. Acknowledging that you can handle the worst-case scenario can help you put your energy into more productive exercises.
The simplest way to get out of a stuck mindset is to do something, anything.Action is the biggest Motivation. Stop procrastinating and start engaging with the world.
Recognize that everything you do has a cost decide if you're willing to pay it. Freebies and shortcuts do not work in the long run.
Ask yourself not what you want, but what you're willing to suffer for.
Few people actually care about you. Because you’re not as special as you think and also, most people are too concerned with themselves.
Use this piece of knowledge to liberate yourself and do what you want.
While we set our personal goals, we make the common mistake of setting a 'destination goal', focusing on the end result, without considering the hardships and daily challenges.
Instead of sticking to dream goals it is better to set a life Direction.
How to figure out a Life Direction? Ask yourself these fundamental questions:
Determine and plan in advance all the critical parts of your goal, and break it down in small, actionable tasks.
The small, divided tasks keep you motivated by providing a feeling of progress on a daily basis.