Your Pearls of Wisdom for a Satisfied Life

seoz87

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There are lots of both successful and not-so successful entrepreneurs in this forum. But I bet there are people here who are living a content life because they have unlocked something that other people still don't have an idea or don't care about..

With time, every one of us has learned something valuable only to wish that we would have learned that a bit earlier...so to save other people doing same mistakes or give them a good chance in beginning, lets share your best tips for a successful life. ..i ll start with this :)

1. Draw a Line For Every Aspect Of your Life
You need to create boundaries that you should never cross. Be it a financial matter, relationship, friendship or any other thing. You should know your boundary and never crosses it no matter what. For instance, I have assigned $100 budget for my personal expenses (its pretty good when you convert it into my country currency). I can burn $100 every month and couldn't care less. But if i find something that costs $150, I ll wait for the next month. Even though I can easily afford it, I still wait because i have created a limit at $100.

This has saved me from some very needless expenses.

Now please share yours :)

p.s. only share something that you are personally doing or have done. don't start posting crap from insta qoutes :D
 

cooxer

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Don’t be afraid to ask. Half of my life I was afraid to ask something because I thought I would look stupid if I get rejected. But the truth is asking won’t hurt you. Ask your crush to go out with you. Ask special offers when buying services i.e. internet or mobile services. Ask questions about things you don’t understand. Ask the goods that store don’t have on display (they might have it in the storage). Just communicate with the world and you will benefit from it.
 

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I was a pussy.
Growing up with an over protective mother, I was taught to please people around me. It took me a long time to understand that people can be mean, envious and do you harm. Many times my kindness was mistaken by weakness and I was taken advantage of.
I still wanna help people around me, but I've become more dangerous, more threatening (not only physically).
Embrace your shadow!
 

seoz87

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I was a pussy.
Growing up with an over protective mother, I was taught to please people around me. It took me a long time to understand that people can be mean, envious and do you harm. Many times my kindness was mistaken by weakness and I was taken advantage of.
I still wanna help people around me, but I've become more dangerous, more threatening (not only physically).
Embrace your shadow!

I learned to "walk away" for these type of situations ...there are some genuine assholes out there but unless they get physical, all you had to do is walk away...its as simple as that...dont even waste your time thinking about them..

i know its hard to get yelled at even though when the person who is yelling is at fault ...yet the best action would be still to simply "walk away"
 

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God (may sound corny or incite some negativity, but it is what worked for me and I couldn't be happier since I found him).
 

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I learned to "walk away" for these type of situations ...there are some genuine assholes out there but unless they get physical, all you had to do is walk away...its as simple as that...dont even waste your time thinking about them..

i know its hard to get yelled at even though when the person who is yelling is at fault ...yet the best action would be still to simply "walk away"
Of course, I do walk away. I never yell, but before leaving, I deliver some very harsh one liners.

Edit: I learned a lot from Bill Burr. Search for "how women argue".
 

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Try not to compare yourself with anyone in your neighborhood. Your wallet will survive much longer.
 
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