Laugh Out Loud 😂
- Take time to help another person.
- Laugh for no reason.
- Choose to be happy.
- Spend time getting to know yourself.
- Learn from other’s mistakes as well.
- Don’t allow others to force their expectations on you.
- Accept your mistakes and learn from them.
- Nothing happens overnight.
- Try to avoid making dumb mistakes.
- Think before you act.
- The things you choose to do today really matters.
- Take the time to develop good habits.
- Don’t live in denial, take action.
- Focus on the vital few.
- Say ‘no’ to a lot of things.
- Focus on one task at a time.
- Invest the time to think.
“You may delay, but time will not.” — Benjamin Franklin
- Show me your company, and I’ll tell you who you are.
- Be open and honest in your communication.
- Be true to your passions.
- Take time to exercise.
- Take responsibility for your life.
- It’s never too late to reinvent yourself.
- Don’t live your life backwards.
- Learn to embrace change.
- The little steps, over a long time, enable you to cover a great distance.
“Greediness is a hole that makes you more and more shallow every passing day.” –Peter Atkins
4 Principles That Build Character
- Do what you think is right.
- Don’t follow others blindly.
- Be honest and impeccable with your word.
- Admit your mistakes.
“Character is like a tree, and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.” –Abraham Lincoln
3 Common Traits of Successful People
- They’re masters of their fields because of deliberate practice. They’re well-prepared.
- They spend time deeply focused on solving problems that matter.
- They step away from the problem, creating space for insights and solutions to come.
Elements Critical for Success
- Have a clear stretch goal.
- Love what you do.
- Work hard, usually over a long time.
- Be realistic and know your limitations.
- Be flexible and persevere.
- Luck goes a long way.
“I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.” –Thomas Jefferson
“There are but three events in a man’s life: birth, life and death. He is not conscious of being born, he dies in pain, and he forgets to live.” — Jean de la Bruyere
From the book:-
Life Is Short And So Is This Book by Peter Atkins