5 LESSONS SCHOOL NEVER TEACH US
A blog post by: Alejandro Chabán
Which is the best teacher you can have in your life?
What’s the key that makes people successful?
How they perceive their failure.
Keeping these lessons in mind, if you want to be successful in life
1. THE FIRST STEP IS DIFFICULT, BUT NOT IMPOSSIBLE
Seeing someone else do it is always easy, but when it’s your turn it’s never easy. It looks like they –those who achieve everything easy- are not afraid. Wrong! Everyone has fears.
They know their fears, but they jump anyways.
The more willing you are to feel uncomfortable, the easier it will be. The longer you wait, the more time you will lose.
2. THE PROCESSES WILL TAKE TIME
If what you are perusing takes no time to achieve, it either means two things. You didn’t aim high enough or it wasn’t worth it.
The reward and lessons is going to be more powerful if it takes time to achieve it.
Remember that everything good takes time, so do not rush.
3. PEOPLE CAN BE IN YOUR LIFE FOR A REASON OR FOR A SEASON
Time is one of the most important things we have. Why waste it with people who do not appreciate it? It is a lack of respect towards you.
Keep in mind, that closed-minded people will get angry when improve. No one stays the same, you are becoming the person you should be, so be proud.
“Some people are in your life for a reason, why others are in your life for a season” – Tyrese Gibson
4. QUANTITY OR QUALITY
You can seem busy or really be busy. Working from 9am to 5pm doesn’t guarantee success. You can achieve the same results by optimizing your time.
Ask yourself: What I am doing during the day is giving me a results, or am I just fulfilling time? Make your time worth.
5. CHOOSE THE RIGHT PEOPLE
When I dreamed of a book, I received more negative responses than positive. However I did not resigned my dream.
Keep in mind, people want the best for you, but not better than them.
Don’t seek the permission of others for what you want in life.
“It is better to cross the line, take responsibility and adjust the way, than spend all your life looking at the line”