10 brutal truths every single person needs to hear.

      10 brutal truths every single person needs to hear.

      1. You’re going to die and you have no idea when.

      Stop pretending that you’re invincible. Acknowledge the fact of your own mortality, and then start structuring your life in a more meaningful way.

      2. Your material wealth won’t make you a better or happier person.

      Even if you’re one of the lucky ones who achieves his or her materialistic dreams, money only amplifies that which was already present.

      See also: Top 10 Practical Lessons From the Book “Start Now. Get Perfect Later”

      3. Your obsession with finding happiness is what prevents its attainment.

      Happiness is always present in your life–it’s just a matter of connecting to it and allowing it to flow through you that’s challenging.

      4. Donating money does less than donating time.

      Giving your time is a way to change your perception and create a memory for yourself and others that will last forever.

      See also: 7 Life-changing Lessons From The Book: The Art of War [Read this before you continue/ start that war within or against]

      5. You can’t make everyone happy, and if you try, you’ll lose yourself.

      Stop trying to please, and start respecting your values, principles, and autonomy.

      6. Your achievements and successes won’t matter on your deathbed.

      When your time has come to transition from this reality, you won’t be thinking about that raise; you’ll be thinking about the relationships you’ve made–so start acting accordingly.

      See also: 5 Lessons From the Book: The Power of Balance Written by Eliofotos Orfanou

      7. Your talent means nothing without consistent effort and practice.

      Some of the most talented people in the world never move out from their parent’s basement.

      8. Nobody cares how difficult your life is, and you are the author of your life’s story.

      Stop looking for people to give you sympathy and start creating the life story you want to read.

      See also: Top 10 lessons learned from the book: The Little Book of Yes

      9. Investing in yourself isn’t selfish. It’s the most worthwhile thing you can do.

      You have to put on your own gas mask to save the person sitting right next to you.

      10. Time is your most valuable asset–you need to prioritize how you spend it.

      You have the power and responsibility to decide what you do with the time you have, so choose wisely.

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