They embrace change and welcome challenges
They stay happy.They don’t waste energy on things that they can’t control
They are kind,fair and not afraid to speak up
They are willing to take calculated risks.
They move on.They don’t waste time feeling sorry for themselves.
They celebrate other people’s success, they
Procrastination is a thief of
time, collar him! Set a timer for
every task you undertake.
Comparison can truly ruin
your life. Even when you
experience positive things,
the victories will be hollow.
Caring about what other people think
If you have the habit of
obsessing over what other
people think of you, I have
good news for you.
No one is spending their
time thinking about you.
People are so wrapped in their
own lives, they don’t have time
to put many thoughts into you.
Focusing on the part of the future
Dwelling on the past usually
means unsolved issues are
weighing you down.
Focusing entirely on the future
usually means that you have
anxiety about what is to come
and your ability to handle it.
Wasting Money on stuff.
When you see something you
want to buy, think about the
resources that were used and
the future waste it will create
when you throw it away.
Trying to multitask
People who multitask are
actually less productive than
people who focus on one task
at a time.
When you break that bad habit
the quality of your work will
Blaming instead of taking responsibility
It’s tempting to blame other
people for our circumstances.
Digest the fact that it’s you
who are responsible for your
Taking responsibility means
taking back your power.
No one has the same definition
of perfect so you could be your
most perfect self and there
would still be people in the
world who think that you are
Instead of trying to be perfect
focus on just doing your best.
That’s literally all that you can do.
There’s more to life than being intelligent and being admired for solving problems and doing maths. But what really makes a great life is ability to deal with people, being good at controlling your emotions, responding well to other people’s moods and communicating skillfully.
Take decision to accept people the way they are, rather than trying to change them and be more thoughtful and considerate.
Restraining anger can certainly lift your social life. But for real successful social life you also need to be warm, optimistic and resilient. Confident, persuasive and inspiring.
Restrain self_doubt and negative thought while projecting self_respect and honesty. Learn how to read social situations,see yourself as others see you,and understand other people’s behaviour by developing your awareness of your emotions. Noticing your moods and trying to figure out what triggered each.
Train yourself to recognize and challenge unhelpful thoughts,like thinking you will fail, blaming others for your problems or focusing on the worst possible outcome.
Work on how to be assertive and expressing difficult emotions,making your stand known, how to say no and how to set your priorities.
Never assume others know what you are thinking,say what you want and what you are thinking and don’t be afraid of conflict.
Never miss an opportunity to build your social life and before you know it, your whole life will be loads better!