Everyone chases the good life their way, but there are rules without which success will never take place. So, today I made you a list of the five rules to live by if you want the best out of life. Check them out and let me see your response in the comments below.
Everyone —including you— wants to make new friends, keep the old ones, have a reliable support system and have unusual romantic relationships. So it should make sense when I tell you to work on your social skills. People with excellent social skills are less lonelier and considered more attractive. These people are good at leading teams, and they make more money.
A 20-year study by Stanford University found that moving from the bottom fifth to the top fifth of popularity in class resulted in a 10 percent salary boost for that person. Another study on 4,000 top CEOs found that 60 percent of them are classic extroverts.
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I was watching a video for multimillionaire Tom Bilyeu talking about how he went from his kitchen to building a +$400 Million food company. He said that though he was always a hustler, he couldn’t get rich. It was only when he decided to quit his old job and build a product around weight-loss, a topic he was seriously interested in, that things changed for the best.
When I was young, I watched Jack Nicholson saying in an interview, “Chase success and the money will follow.” I couldn’t understand it till I later figured out that one can’t unblock his full potential doing boring stuff.
Any work you do will feel like a choir. It’ll be ten times harder to be a top dog in your career or industry, and your ass will get kicked by the first enthusiastic hustler challenging you.
So, take some time to re-evaluate your goals and arrange them based on LOVE —without neglecting money of course. If you plan on pulling as many all-nighters as you can, then you’d better do it with a smile on your face.
The safest way to approach your future is to set bigger goals than the ones you need in the first place. Why? Because:
Another way of overcoming FOF is to plan for it perfectly. I just watched a video by psychologist and author Richard Wiseman on visualization. Those who visualize victory win less frequently compared to the ones who anticipate obstacles and visualize themselves overcoming them.
Planning for failure works in all areas. Life is all about change, and you’ll get challenged more than you can ever imagine so do yourself a favor and plan for it.
Do what the ancient Romans did —see the Pre-mortem Principle— and plan for setbacks before they become. You’ll feel more confident and win more. And failure ever happens, it will be less catastrophic and less bitter.
Gratitude has too many health benefits for just one post. But what I want to highlight here is how gratitude shapes our expectations. First off, let’s agree that what you expect from yourself and life is what you’ll get —good or bad. If you think you’re miserable, you’ll see misery and bad luck, and if you think you’re lucky and can draw good things into your life, then that’s what you’ll get.
Sounds bullshit? Maybe, but all the studies that were done on lucky people, lottery winners, and happy 70+ year-old couples have proved that most of them rely on their good luck to having a positive attitude towards life. And that attitude usually comes from gratitude.
You should live with gratitude because it makes you positive. Counting your blessings will make you start to see how lucky and capable you are which will manifest in a much happier future.
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Originally published at Goodmenproject.com