Hi guys! Today I am going to share 10 important life skills that we all need to master in order to maneuver this beautiful experience that is life. One beautiful thing I have come to understand and appreciate is that, as human beings, we are hardwired to make mistakes and we can either use those mistakes to redeem ourselves or let them drag us even deeper into trouble. We need to know that we are not perfect but we also need to stop using not being perfect as an excuse.
I honestly believe that outside of our daily routines and responsibilities, our biggest is to always better ourselves. I am not talking about being conceited, but rather holistically take care of our being / essence/ spirit/ psyche.
Disclaimer before we jump even further into this: I am not here to say I am perfect in any way and I am not here to make anyone perfect. There is no such thing as a perfect person. Now that we have cleared that, it’s safe to say that we can’t just wake up and master life skills. They are called life skills for a reason, it’s because we are learning ALL of our life. From birth to death, we are supposed to be continuously learning. It is however up to us to make use of the lessons either for bettering ourselves and the people around us or for further destroying ourselves and the people around us.
For those of us trying to better ourselves as the imperfect humans that we know we are, here are some tips.
Tip #1: Be honest
We often cry foul when others are dishonest or lie to us. But do we ever condemn ourselves for lying to ourselves? Well, probably not, always remember that each lie or deception creates a snowball effect and before you know it, you have this huge monster of an issue to tackle. ALWAYS be honest with yourself and others and stay away from liars and dishonest people.
P/S: If you have children or plan on having, please DO NOT lie to your children about Santa Claus or the tooth fairy. Most parents think it’s cute etc. but they fail to realize that they are essentially teaching their children to lie and cosigning it. Remember, A lie is a lie even white.
Tip #2: Be Realistic
Yes! Look at situations, yourself and others exactly as they present themselves. E.g. let’s say you are overweight, don’t go around saying you are big boned. The sooner you realize you are fat, the faster you’ll solve the issue. The same thing goes to relationships, the sooner you start to sense that your “friend” or family member is not a good person to associate with at a certain level, the better for you it is. Same goes to situations such as laziness or spending issues the better
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