Let us be honest and admit that we all experienced things in life we wish we did not. Naturally, all the experiences shape us and leave traces. Have you ever wondered what you could have done differently?
It is always good to learn from other people’s mistakes. The problem is that not everyone likes to listen to what other people have to say or to acknowledge the advice.
Alternatively, we will learn from our own mistakes, which is probably the hardest path we can take. During our growing up we go through different experiences, we meet all sorts of people, we learn how to protect ourselves and in what circumstances we should hold at distance. We achieve results and gain new skills. We experience the “fires of hell” mood and the “still waters run deep” days. All those situations set the good foundation for what we eventually become.
The question we ask today is: what would you advise your younger self?
We did a bit of research and found the most frequent answers. Let us see if we can all agree.
Stay away from stress. It is one thing to be responsible and completely other to let stress overcome you. The thing is that whatever we do, the result will depend solely on our doing, not on our state of mind. So, go easy on yourself.
Enjoy the moment. Whether you are the person who lives in expectations, be it a vacation, next year, or simply waiting for a stressful period to finish, do not forget that life is what happens now. Live in the present!
State clearly what you think. The worst thing that can happen if you do not say what you think is that someone could disagree with you. So what? This world consists of different psychological profiles, natures and souls. Appreciate different aspects of looking at the same phenomenon. This enriches life!
Work meticulously, master your skills, invest in yourself and it will pay off. This is probably something that your parents taught you while you were young. If not, you probably came to this conclusion on your own. Work always pays off.
Take responsibility. We all have responsibility toward ourselves and people in our lives. Apart from external circumstances, almost everything that happens is a result of our acts and thinking. The problem here is that we live in conformist societies which put an individual at the very center and thus form the idea that everything and everyone should be adjusted to our needs. Take responsibilities for your bad decisions and choices, as well as for the good ones.
Face the fear. Fear can keep us safe, but it can also liberate us and empower us at the same time. Once we overcome the anxiety of the unknown, we will be able to handle the deadliest of monsters out there!
There is a graffiti in my home city which says: “If we do not succeed today, the only reason would be ourselves”. This is also the message I would give to my younger self. How about you?
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