Truths in life hurt, but someone has to say it. Of course life is yours and it’s your choice what you make it, and the only person who can help you is yourself. If you’re ready to take personal responsibility and improve your life, here are simple truths of life to improve your living or lifestyle.
1. Life Will Never Perfect
Yes, If you are waiting for the “right” time to come to do something new like: pursue self-employment, begin a fitness plan, dive into the dating pool, or move to a new town, you’re going to be waiting forever.
The life truth is there is “never a wrong time to do right things” then what for waiting. There is no such thing as a “right” time to do anything. If you keep waiting for that mysterious “perfect time to act” this means you will never actually have to take action. Do the frightening things. You will be so glad of you did it.
2. You Might Fail
When you attempt to achieve an ambitious new goal, and then keep in mind the basic truths of life that it’s possible you will fall on your face while pursuing that goal.
Welcome the reality, think about failure. It is not bad thing that you should be upset of. Failure is a learning opportunity.
Look at successful people; if they quit pursuing their goal after failing the first time they tried to do something new, then there would be zero successful people ever.
Read a good book, catch up with some good friends you haven’t seen since long time, or go to a nature. You will find yourself at the issue with a fresh outlook. After you have done it, ask yourself: “Why didn’t this work out and how can I do better next time?” These courses of action very well repeat itself several times depending on the nature of your target. But if you keep making a firm commitment to continuously improve yourself, you will develop yourself so much up to that, the only option left is success. Consistent push always wins.
3. No One Fix You
If you are waiting for someone come into your life and heal your broken heart, then you have to wait forever. Consider the truth of life that, the only person who can help you is yourself. Be happy for other people in your life, but do not become dependent on them for happiness.
Are you alone? No, far-off from it. But no one is going to join you, so it is in your best interest to take personal responsibility for your own life. When you do that, strongly you’ll find out, you are more powerful than you ever thought possible.
4. Tomorrow Is Not Guaranteed
If you assuring yourself that “I will do it tomorrow”, remember that tomorrow is not guaranteed. Traffic accidents, Natural events, Heart attacks, and acts of violence may be happen. Live in the present and take action today, because that is where progress happens and the truth is tomorrow will never come.
5. You’re “Busy” Doesn’t Mean you’re Accomplishing Something
If you like to possess about how great you are at multitasking, stop it, because you are only kidding yourself. Wasting your productivity, stressing you out, and possibly causing you to make mistakes. Realize the truth; it will probably take you longer to complete two tasks at once.
If you really want to save time, instead of multitasking, try grouping of similar tasks together. Have a bunch of e-mails you need to send? Do them all at once. Have an article or essay you need to write? Get it done before moving onto another task. Different odd jobs require different mind-setup, so focus on one thing at once. Keeping “busy” doesn't mean that you are doing something on positivity
6. Have More Time Than You Think
Eliminate the phrase, “I don’t have the time,” from your dictionary, because it is strongly false. There are 168 hours every week. Let that sink in for a moment. That is a huge amount of time. Where could it possibly go? The undeniable truth of life is on an average a person spends 4.05 hours on spare time activities per day according to Bureau of Labor Statistics survey. Most of that time, 2.10 hours per day, is committed to the television. What’s about you, I don’t think watching TV does much help to grow as a person. You could spend that time reading books which may help you to improve your lifestyle, or exercise for a better body and healthy life. Next time you don’t say “don’t have the time,” change your wording to say “it isn't a priority.”
- No time to exercise? Your fitness isn't a priority.
- No time to prepare healthy meals at home? Your health isn't a priority.
- No time to do something nice for the love of your life? Your relationship isn't a priority.