Spending the last year, living on my own by myself and single, has opened my eyes to so many things, along with opening my eyes to myself. There’s some great advice that I’ve been given that has helped me along the way. Why not share it; maybe it’ll make you rethink some things, too.
Behavior never lies. There are two rules in life, what you can control and what you can’t control; how you react to the uncontrollable determines the real outcome, control the controllable. You control what you think, what you say, and your actions/reactions. Pleasure lives in your strengths, growth lives in your weaknesses.
When it comes to success, many of us are just playing to survive. Your finest hour is not going to come from procrastination or indecision; your finest hour will come from growing a pair…
You can’t solve the problems of today with the same level of thinking that created them.
Everything you do, every decision you make and every thought you entertain has a direction which serves as an advance or retreat in the pursuit of your goals.
When it comes to relationships, personal and spiritual, do not make a commitment if you are not 100% committed to committing to it. There will never be a day that doesn’t require discipline, dedication, patience, forgiveness and love. When you’re not in a high maintenance relationship, you have all the natural, universal communication and love there is to offer. To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice your gift.
Time is an unrecoverable asset.
When it comes to education, constantly remind yourself why you’re learning. Ask yourself why. Why? Because you’re hungry for knowledge and you always will be. The more you know, the more you will want to know. It’s a good thing.
And lastly, you are fearless because fear does not exist.