1. Keep a lid on it.
You don’t always have to say Shit as you see it.
Everyone else in the room Infact saw that But They thought it best to stay quiet. So should you.
2. The internet isn’t always right.
That’s one of the things I’ve taught myself. The hard way. You can pick a little there But it ain’t the gospel truth.
3. The parents.
They are/were always right. They may always contradict what you do Or stand for But in the end, They have a clue what They are talking about. Wisdom comes with age so, unless you’re older than your mother and father, listen to them and respect them.
4. You donot have to like everybody.
Not everybody that comes your way is meant to be your friend. And not everyone that you can maintain a pleasant conversation with is supposed to be your bestfriend. You are at liberty to dislike those that you dislike and not be nice to everybody. God knows not everybody will like you…
5. Read, listen, Be informed.
A magazine, a paper clipping, a novel, read something. Learn something new every day. Do not be the clueless person at the table who doesn’t know where Madagascar is.
6. Kindness doesn’t cost a thing.
You can always be kind to everybody. Even those that you think don’t deserve it. A small act. Of kindness goes a very long way to making someone’s day better.
7. The value of Faith.
Faith is believing without seeing. Believe in something, someone. Even When your life is going south, bills are piling, your world has come to end, Faith is that one thing that will hold you over the ledge.
8. Good music.
Haven’t met anybody in my life time that doesn’t adore music. I speak for the power of those sang words. It can brighten your day, comfort you and celebrate with you. A beautiful song will help you relax after a long day Or help you clear up that cluttered desk. Listen to good music.
We (I) live in a society where exercise is viewed as necessary for weight loss. Only. But that’s not right. Where as it is a tool for weight loss, it is also a key for a longer, healthier, beautiful life. Walking a few kilometres a day could turn out to be a huge investment for the future. life is short, But extremely long When it’s of poor quality.
You’re young, your priorities are less confusing and less demanding. But it won’t be so for long. You won’t be young for much longer. And When you grow older, you will need all the income that you can find. Save for the future, for a rainy day, Or for a sunny day. Do not spend it all at once on something yo won’t remember 2 years later.
You need to have a huge social capital. I was once told that “if you are in a fix and you scroll through your phone book and can’t call someone to help, delete, and start making new friends…” I add, Or be a better friend. You need to have loyal friends, who will go through the mud with you. Because you will have moments of despair, and you do not want to go through them alone. Be that friend, and you will have those friends.
Every day should be celebration.birthdays, anniversaries, promotions. Do not postpone your big day for the weekend. It won’t be the same. Celebrate the little victories on your way to the big victories.
13. Make time.
Do not be too busy for the world. You are not. Do not make yourself. And if you are busy, make time for people, things you love, for travel, and for love. They will not wait for you to get that opportune time. If you are too busy for the world, it will move on to those who are less busy.
14. Learn to laugh at yourself. Enjoy the joke, even if it is on you. You will be laughed at, lessen the effects by laughing along. Its never that serious, until it is…
15. Bet on yourself.
Believe in yourself. Be confident in your own abilities. Be your own cheerleader, be your own yardstick. Show the world what you want it to see..