On your last day of your life, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.
To become the person you can become, you do not need to add more things – you need to give some of them up.
There are certain things that are universal, which will make you a better person if you give up on them.
You can give up on some of them as soon as today, while it might take a bit longer to give up on others.
If you want to achieve anything in life, give up on your unhealthy lifestyle. You should take care of your health, and there are only three things you need to keep in mind, quality sleep, healthy diet and physical activity.
Set long term goals, they are merely the result of short term habits. Healthy habits should not be something you do; they should be something you embody.
If you never try and take great opportunities or allow your dreams to become realities, you will never unleash your true potential and the World will never benefit from what you could have achieved.
Do not be afraid to fail, and certainly do not be afraid to succeed.
Take responsibility for your life, no matter your weaknesses and your past failures. Realising that you are responsible for what happens in your life is both frightening and exciting.
Acquire new knowledge, learn new skills and change your perception so that it can benefit your life. Who you are today is not who you have to be tomorrow.
Overnight success is a myth.
Small continuous improvements every day will be compounded over time and will give you the desired result. Plan for the future, but focus on the day that is ahead of you, and improve just 1% every day.
Nothing will ever be perfect, no matter how much you try and a lot of opportunities will be lost if you wait for things to be right. Multitasking is an illusion. You are wasting time switching from one task to another.
Detach from the things you can not control, focus on the ones you can. The only thing you will be able to control is your attitude.
You will have to say ‘No’ to certain tasks, activities, and demands from your friends, family or colleagues. People you spend the most time with add up to who you become.
If you spend time with those who refuse to take responsibility for their life, always find excuses and blame others for the situation, you will go down.
If you spend time with people who are trying to grow personally and professionally, you will go up.
There will be a lot of people who like you and there will be individuals who do not. No matter what you do, you will not be able to make the everybody like you.
This is completely natural, and there is no need to justify yourself. The only thing you can do is to remain authentic, improve and provide value every day.