3 Practical Life Lessons to Be Successful in Life
After the darkest night comes the brightest day. Don't let fear stop you to start you the journey of success.

1) Hold yourself accountable, take responsibility, stop blaming situation, circumstances, environment.
You cannot hope to build a better world without improving the individuals. To that end, each of us must work for his own improvement and, at the same time, share a general responsibility for all humanity, our particular duty being to aid those to whom we think we can be most useful.
The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.
In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.
A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.
We experience happiness as a series of pleasing moments. They come and go like clouds, unpredictable, fleeting, and without responsibility to our desires. Through honest self-work, reflection, and meditation, we begin to string more of these moments together, creating a web-like design of happiness that drapes around our lives.
I believe that we all have a responsibility to give back. No one becomes successful without lots of hard work, support from others, and a little luck. Giving back creates a virtuous cycle that makes everyone more successful.   
Concern yourself more with accepting responsibility than with assigning blame. Let the possibilities inspire you more than the obstacles discourage you.
The price of greatness is responsibility.
The way to change the world is through individual responsibility and taking local action in your own community.
Wherever you are, be there totally. If you find your here and now intolerable and it makes you unhappy, you have three options: remove yourself from the situation, change it, or accept it totally. If you want to take responsibility for your life, you must choose one of those three options, and you must choose now. Then accept the consequences.
If you take responsibility for yourself you will develop a hunger to accomplish your dreams.

Accept the terrible responsibility of life with eyes wide open.

2) Instant gratification is the biggest catch. Browsing Facebook, watching movie; we start for few minutes but spend hours; is an example. The way of openness is moving away from instant comfort and security. Finding comfort in the present moment will end up on nothing. Stop finding comfort in the present moment and start loving the process. Developing the process is boring, may need a lot of hard work but success is here.
 “We want instant lunch, instant cure, instant miracles, instant salary, instant success - instant everything. This instant civilization, we have obsessed with, has made us grow a tad too impatient in virtually everything about life. And, of course, that doesn’t serve us so well.” 
“We’ve become so addicted to instant gratification that we’re blind to the impact it has on our lives.” 
 “Working hard denies oneself from instant gratification.” 
 “Messages of instant gratification leads to a corrupt society” 
 “Our need for instant gratification is the reason we’re drawn to liars and hot air blowers.” 
 “There are so many downsides to the message of instant gratification.” 
 “When you are rich, your past disappears. You get everything you want when you want it . . . Everyone wants to know you. Everyone wants to be your friend.” 
 “It is the restraint of patience that yields the magnificent in life.” 
 “We’re becoming impatient and lazy and we’re allowing this to shape our approach to our relationships. But successful relationships aren’t handed over on a plate, or downloaded at the click of a button, or ours in twenty-four hours for just £9.99 extra. Relationships are up there with food, water, clothing and shelter and you can’t just buy them or trade them in for an upgrade.” 
 “Eating seeds is at times a sign of shortsightedness or impatience.” 

 “Unfortunately, we live in an instant Jell-O society, with everybody wanting microwaved success. So as you look at truth therapy to combat the lies you tell yourself, don't go overboard with your expectations.

3) Compound interest is most powerful; good investment, exercise ....
Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it ... he who doesn't ... pays it.
The strongest force in the universe is Compound Interest.
Time is your friend, impulse (stimulus) is your enemy. Take advantage of compound interest and don't be captivated by the siren song of the market.
If you understand compound interest, you basically understand the universe.
Good and evil increase at compound interest. That's why the little decisions we make every day are of infinite importance.
Understanding both the power of compound interest and the difficulty of getting it is the heart and soul of understanding a lot of things.
Most great fortunes are built slowly. They are based on the principle of compound interest.
The more we progress the more we tend to progress. We advance not in arithmetical but in geometrical progression. We draw compound interest on the whole capital of knowledge and virtue which has been accumulated since the dawning of time.
Compound interest is proof of God’s existence.
Put God in your debt. Every stroke shall be repaid. The longer the payment is with-held, the better for you; for compound interest on compound interest is the rate and usage of this exchequer (a royal or national treasury).
Knowledge and productivity are like compound interest. The more you know, the more you learn; the more you learn, the more you can do; the more you can do, the more the opportunity. I don`t want to give you a rate, but it is a very high rate. Given two people with exactly the same ability, the one person who manages day in and day out to get in one more hour of thinking will be tremendously more productive over a lifetime.
Read 500 pages every day. That's how knowledge works. It builds up like compound interest.

3 Inspiring Life Lessons I Learned From Everyday Heroes
Starting point is to take lessons from the people who traveled the same path before you.
1: Nothing is impossible; With great resolve and hard work, you can defy all odds. Don’t let others tell you what you can and can’t do. Anything is possible if you are willing to work hard.
 “There are many things that seem impossible only so long as one does not attempt them.” 
 “I begin by imagining The impossible And end by accomplishing The impossible.” 
 “Six Beliefs That Set the Course of Your Life
1. If you don’t believe the impossible can happen, then you are right.
2. When you feel like you are less than others, then you are right.
3. When you believe what you have and how you were raised keeps you from having everything you ever dreamed of, you are right. 
4. When you believe your mistakes can’t be undone, you are right.
5. When you feel this is the best it is going to get, you are right.
6. When you think someone will never change or rise above their brokenness, you are WRONG!” 
 “I read everyday, because reading takes me away, away to a place where nothing is impossible.” 
 “I can’ certainly sounds better than ‘I can’t’.” 
 “The word "impossible" is only in the mind and not in the heart. If we can remain in the heart, there will be no end to our progress.” 
 “When love is your power and imagination is your guide, nothing is impossible.” 
 “Once you chose the power of love, nothing is impossible.” 
 “When nothing is possible, then do the impossible.” 
 “Imagination is a storm of emotions that has the power to sweep citadels (strangleholds) into the wind.” 
 “Impossible is only an issue of the mind.” 
 “In life, nothing is impossible to achieve when you have enthusiasm, optimism, confidence, and commitment.” 
 “The human mind is a magical labyrinth (web). It is a mystical universe within you, where everything eventually materializes. So be careful of what you put in it. For it is only your thoughts that can decide the possible from the impossible.” 
 “Your consciousness creates pure potentiality where nothing is impossible.” 
 “Encourage yourself and do it bit by bit. It may appear tough, but every single bite of it every day is an endorsement that all will be chopped off sooner. Nothing is too difficult!” 

2: The greatest enemy of excellence is “good enough.”
3: Learn from your mistakes.

3 Life Lessons That Helped Me Become a Better Leader
Here are three of the most priceless:
1. Everyone makes mistakes.
2. To keep a level head is a virtue.
3. Time and humility are co-founders of success.


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