Be Humble . The more you are as... - Deepstash

Be Humble. The more you are as a person, the less you need to prove yourself to others.

Don’t finish every book you start. If you find that after reading the first 3 chapters of a book, you have not gained any worthwhile knowledge, or that the book has failed to keep your attention, do yourself a favor : Put the book away and make better use of your time.

Don’t be TOO hard on yourself. Be gentle to yourself and see life for what it is : A journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and lifelong learning

Make a vow of Silence. Try to be silent for 30-60 minutes each day.


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Stay silent and humble, even if you don't find any external recognition.

Being a showoff or looking for validation is not going to be of any use in the long run.

End the day on a positive note

  • If you didn’t do everything you planned on doing, don’t beat yourself up about it. Forgive yourself.
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