5 life lessons to live by.
1. Focus more on earning people than earning money.
Money is important and it has a specific use. But in the long run, your relationships determine your well-being.
2. Your flaws do not make you undesirable.
We all have our flaws. Having flaws doesn’t make you unworthy of love. You deserve to be loved. We all do.
3. Materialistic success isn’t the only kind of success.
You are also successful if you are a good parent, a good child, a good spouse, a good sibling, or simply a good human being.
4. Your past doesn’t define you.
You can’t forget what you did in the past but you can forgive yourself. Take lessons from your mistakes and be better than you were yesterday.
5. Complaining will get you nowhere.
Always complaining about your life and your circumstances won’t do you any good. Criticism has its place but don’t use it as an excuse to not work.
Thanks for reading. I am Shikhil Vyas, a technical content writer and self-help blogger. Subscribe to my bi-monthly newsletter, Simpler Sundays, to get a dose of relaxed reading delivered directly to your inbox.