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Put Yourself On The Road To Success

Put Yourself On The Road To Success

  • Seek out the smartest people you disagreed with and try to understand their logic
  • Know when it's best not to have an opinion
  • Develop, test, and systematize timeless and universal principles
  • Balance risks in ways that keep the big upside while reducing the downside.

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  • Don’t blame negative results on anyone but yourself.

The most important thing for you to do is write down your principles to clarify them.

  • Write down every type of interaction you had and how you handled them (take the future into consideration as well). Test your assumption and update your data when necessary.

Your principles should reflect the values you truly believe in.

While it isn’t always a bad thing to use the principles of someone else (it’s hard to come up with your own, and often much wisdom has gone into those already created), adopting pre-packaged principles...

  • Know and understand the biggest threat to good decision making - harmful emotions
  • Decision making is a two-step process: first learning, then deciding
  • Synthesize the situation you're dealing with
  • Make your decisio...

  • Principles are essential truths that work as the foundations for the behavior that leads you where you want in life.
  • Those principles that are most valuable come from your own experiences and your reflections on those experiences.
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Reality + Dreams + Determination = A Successful Life.

We translate our dreams into reality by continually interacting with reality (in pursuit of our dreams) and by using these interactions to learn more about reality itself and how to interact with it in order to get what...

  • Prioritize: you can’t have everything you want
  • Don’t confuse goals with desires. A goal - something you have to achieve; a desire - something you want, but it stands in the way of your goals.
  • Don't give up on the goals tha...

  • Express your sincere, authentic thoughts
  • Have considerate debates in which people are willing to shift their opinions as they learn new perspectives
  • Have agreed-upon ways of deciding (voting, authorities, etc.) if disagre...

Your principles will influence your standards of behavior. In relationships with other people, your and their principles will decide how you collaborate.

People who have shared values and principles get along. People who don’t share values and principles, experienc...

Use this five-step process:

  1. Set clear goals.
  2. Identify the issues that stand in the way of you achieving those goals.
  3. Diagnose the issues correctly to get at their root causes.
  4. Draft plans t...

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