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What are some of the life lessons you’ve learned and positive judgments you’ve made?

Life is a journey filled with lessons, challenges, and growth opportunities. To make the most of it, we should be open to learning and adapting to whatever life throws our way.

What are some of the life lessons you’ve learned ?

  • Take risks and make mistakes.
  • Don’t take anything for granted.
  • Enjoy life’s simple pleasures.
  • Appreciate the little things.
  • Embrace change and be flexible.
  • Practice gratitude and be kind.
  • Find the good in every situation.
  • Cooking and cleaning is a basic life skill and not a gender role.
  • If you don’t clear your misunderstanding in time, they became the reason for distance forever.
  • If you want it, work for it. It’s that simple.
  • Focus is the difference between the life you could live and the life you are living.
  • If you’re not dating to marry, you’re dating to experience heartbreak. Allow that to settle in and you’ll be in a meaningful relationship.
  • Stop comparing yourself with who started 10 years before you. Focus on your own journey.
  • Confidence is not “I’m better than them”, confidence is “I’m great, so are they”
  • I end up paying for every time I reduce my frequency to meet someone on their level. That is a lesson I no longer need to learn. Get ready to meet me.
  • True development occurs when you begin to check and rectify yourself. Instead of blaming others, you reclaim your power by taking responsibility for your own life.
  • You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.
  • Being kind to yourself is the best medicine.
  • And there is always, always, always something to be thankful for.
  • It’s not about the destination, but the journey.

You only need to make seven good decisions in your life. These are the factors that influence your happiness.

It’s ridiculously easy to complicate life.

Gurus enjoy complexity because it allows them to charge a fee to make the complex simple again. This is the majority of business consultancy. They enjoy making problems appear difficult so that you would engage them to solve them.

Life isn’t that complicated. It consists of a few major judgments.

First decision: boss or no boss?

This is a difficult choice.

A job with a boss supposedly comes with job security. Yes, your employer tells you what to do and many decisions are made for you, but you have less to worry about.

It appears that being laid off is an unlikely probability.

The greatest satisfaction in life, on the other hand, is discovered when you are free. When you have control over your schedule and are not instructed what to do. My face was ripped off by the choice. I was terrified.

But, in retrospect, it was the correct decision. Even if the no-boss lifestyle isn’t for you, I recommend giving it a shot at least once. Failure to do so can lead to major regrets later in life.

Decision 2: Working long hours or striking a work-life balance?

This question’s answer may appear clear.

Of course I don’t want to work long hours, Tim. Unless you’re an Elon Musk warrior who worships hustle p*rn.

We say yes because our instinct is to please others.

You’ll find yourself working longer and longer hours before you know it. The situation worsens if you work from home. Work and home life intertwine like a smoothie.

You feel that you’ll fall behind if you don’t work ridiculous hours. The workplace is a highly competitive environment. What other individuals do influences what you do.

If you do not, your competitors will. They’ll say yes and work long hours to deprive you of opportunities. That is how it can appear.

At the same time, when you get to do something you enjoy, work-life balance becomes a lousy concept.

I work insanely long hours, but it never feels like work. It feels like fun. This nirvana condition is difficult to attain. However, once you do, it becomes more addictive than heroin. Then you must figure out how to detox.

If you overdo it, your job will suffer as a result. The brain requires time to relax; else, your creativity muscle is deactivated.

Without creation, there is no enjoyment.

Decision 3: Children or no children?

I never imagined having children.

With all the mental problems and food disorders, I couldn’t even look for myself. Furthermore, having a child necessitates the presence of a girlfriend, which I lacked.

I changed my mind about having children as I grew older. Following a cancer scare in 2015, I began to confront my own death.

When you realize that human existence has an expiration date, you start looking for ways to game the system. Right now, the only solution is to have a child and create a mini-you that can live on.

However, not everyone desires children. Some people despise the idea, but I believe that’s typically unhealed trauma speaking. Some people enjoy pets such as cats and dogs. That is also acceptable.

All I’d say is don’t overthink this one.

On the surface, children appear to be a tremendous pain in the ass and a huge money pit for your hard-earned income. But after three months as a father, I can say it’s the best decision I’ve ever made.

I can’t wait to go home from work and watch this baby smile. My daughter exceeds all of my expectations. Someone asked me to explain it:

“Perfect joy.”

Decision 4: Should you travel or stay put?

Travel has become more glamorous as a result of social media.

In my twenties, I felt like I was foolish if I didn’t travel. Later in life, I understood that travel is frequently used to numb the pain. Sure, it’s entertaining. But is it healthy to travel around and never find a spot to call home?

If you never leave your hometown, I believe you have lived a sheltered life.

To feel like I’ve escaped the nest, I’d like to move to a suburb a few miles away from where I grew up. It’s sometimes refreshing to stay where you’re protected. However, humans were not designed to drown in safety.

That’s why I’m thinking about going to another nation for a year in a few years. Perhaps America. Perhaps Singapore.

The decision to live somewhere is a big one. All I’ll say is, every now and again, try to destroy your romantic illusions of travel or hometown life.

Decision 5 : What will you do with your money?

Investing is a decision that many people do not make intentionally.

Their spending patterns make the decision for them. They are paid, and then it’s all gone in a fortnight. There was nothing left. Nudda. Jack is a jerk.

This is the only mandatory decision. If you never invest, the growing expense of living will wipe you out. It is critical to invest in assets. Your time is stored in assets. They grow in value over time. And …

Your time is increased by assets.

That’s something I’ve never stated before, but it’s true. We’ve all heard that time is money and that the most valuable currency in the world is time.

So, if you can reclaim more time through the use of assets, why wouldn’t you?

One of the reasons the average individual does not is due to intricacy.

If you desire more free time in your life, investing in financial education is the best move you can make.

Decision 6 : Who are you going to marry? (If applicable)

Marriage is an odd concept.

The meaning is changing. It’s not for everyone, and I despise it when others make fun of single people. However, if you do decide to marry, it is critical that you choose the proper person.

I once heard that if you want to test a Tinder date to determine if they’re marriage material, you should take them to Ikea. Then bring a piece of furniture home and try to put it together.

If it’s a cooperation fantasy, they’re married material. If it’s a WWE wrestling bout, they should get off their ass.

Many individuals are unaware that when you marry, your net worth doubles. Your earnings and assets are combined. If you marry someone who is bad with money, even if you are good with money, your money will vanish into thin air.

Money issues cause so many marriage troubles.

When looking for a mate, don’t neglect financial intelligence.

Decision 7 : Should you write online or not?

This may appear to be an odd addition. What the hell is going on?!

Please bear with me. It makes no difference if you’re a writer or a #ContentCreator.Whether we like it or not, we are all.

Writing on the internet is a great way to share your thoughts and attract people to your life goals. You are a writer if you have ever sent an email or a direct message. Writing skill is a superpower.

Those who do not write must wait for opportunities, leap through hoops like circus animals, and painstakingly request permission.

That’s no way to live, my friend.

This is another mandatory decision that you should make. Write to connect all of the dots in your mind into wisdom. Allow wisdom to be a driving force in your life. You can thank me afterwards.