Where I found 50 Life Lessons Advice
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I came across this fantastic list of suggestions on “quora” and wanted to turn it into an “infographic”. These are basic lessons that everyone, regardless of age, should learn and apply.
These lessons are taught by an 80+ aged elder who has lived and endured a variety of situations throughout his life.
Every day, life teaches us new things; regardless of our career, we still learn a lot from our mistakes and become experts in our daily lives.
It’s also important that we impart or pass on our wisdom and understanding to future generations so that they can understand and live healthier lives.
So, here is a little list of 50 great lessons and advice; let me know in the comments which one is mostly you want to follow.
50 Life Lessons and Advice:
- Always give firm handshake.
- Look people in the eye.
- Sing in the shower.
- Own a great stereo system.
- If you’re in a fight, strike first and punch hard..
- Keep secrets.
- Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen every day.
- Always accept an outstretched hand.
- Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference.
- Avoid sarcastic remarks.
- Choose your life’s mate carefully. 90% of your success or suffering would be determined by this one decision.
- Make it a habit of doing nice things for people who will never find out.
- Just lend the books that you never wanted to see again!
- Never take away someone’s hope; it could be all they have..
- Allow children to win when playing games with them.
- Give people a chance to change themselves.
- Be romantic.
- Render yourself the most positive and energetic person others meet. Loosen up. Relax. Unless it’s a life-or-death situation, nothing is as significant as it seems. Don’t allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It’s there for our convenience, not the callers.
- Be a good loser.
- Be a good winner.
- Think more than once before revealing a secret to a friend.
- Allow the one who hugs you to be the first to let go..
- Be modest. A lot was accomplished before you were born.
- Keep it simple.
- Be careful with the individual who has nothing to lose.
- Don’t burn bridges. You’ll be shocked about how many times you’ll have to pass/cross the same bridge.
- Live your life in such a way that your tombstone reads, “No Regrets.”
- Be bold and courageous. You’ll regret the things you didn’t do more than the ones you did when you look back on your past.
- Never miss a chance to express your affection/love for another.
- Remember no one makes it alone. Have a thankful heart and be fast to thank those who have assisted you.
- Take charge of your attitude. Don’t let some else choose it for you.
- Visit friends and relatives when they are in the hospital, you need only stay a few minutes.
- Start each day by listening to some of your favorite songs.
- Ride the scenic (beautiful natural scenery) path every now and then.
- Send a lot of Valentine cards. Sign them, ‘Someone who thinks you’re terrific.’
- Pick up the phone with enthusiasm and boldness in your tone…
- Keep a notepad and pencil on your bedside table. Million-dollar ideas sometimes strike at 3 a.m.
- Value anyone who works for a living, no matter how insignificant their profession is.
- Send your loved one flowers. Think of a reason later.
- Make someone’s day by paying the toll for the person in the car behind you.
- Become someone’s hero.
- Marry only for love.
- Count your blessings.
- Compliment the meal when you’re a guest in someone’s home.
- Wave at the children on a school bus.
- Remember that 80 percent of success in any job is based on your ability to deal with people.
- Don’t expect life to be fair.
- Keep in mind that the ability to communicate with others contributes to 80% of your work performance.
- Life isn’t supposed to be equal, and don’t expect life to be fair.
I’m not sure who this guy is, but these 50 life lessons advice (some of which might seem strange) makes sense to me, and I love it!
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