What was your most important life lesson or decision?
Never give up. Do what you love to do. If you do what you love, you don't have to work for the rest of your life. It's because you listen to your inner voice and do something that you really enjoy.
to be humble obviously ;)
I would not be able to tell you the most important decision in my life as I just reach half of an avg lifespan. Perhaps, If I make it large the answer would be there in my biography. But so far I have made many dumb choices and many mistakes. And stating that I have learned a lot from them would be a lie. But I can tell you all one thing that I have learned is "Whatever problem you are facing now is temporary."
Time will pass and eventually you've to make a decision. Because Time is such a thing, In case even if you don't want to make a decision it will force you to it. And later down the line you will look back and think "well that was a waste of time". I very well know that there will be moments where you are very indecisive or you will be thinking too much about how to go further on. My advice to you is relax, calm down and weigh your option. chose one and don't look back. Because the worse you can do to yourself is asking "what if"?
Greetings from India
There are two most crucial decisions that will be very decisive history of your life, namely: 1) what profession or job you are working on and 2) with whom you marry.
Hopefully you did not wrongly decide the decision in those two aspects. Because your future is knit by these two fundamental decisions.
Let's try the two-dimensional surgical decision; so that you are absolutely accurate in your future decisions.
Decision # 1: Jobs, Careers, or Professions You Technize
Inevitably this decision will really determine the path of your life.
Indeed there are three types of professions to choose from:
1. Being a worker or an office employee.
2. Be self-employed (doctors, notaries, lawyers, designers, writers, web programmers, architects, etc.).
3. Run his / her own business (manufacturer, distributor, agent, reseller, dropshipper).
I do not know what your options are. But whatever your choice, if you can tekuni occupations or professions that match your interests and areas of expertise.
Life may be a little useless if for over 20 years we work in a field that we might not like so much.
Our life history may be a little persecuted if for over 20 years we pursue a field of work that never triggers our motivation, passion and adrenaline.
Love what you do. Do what you love. Once a saying goes. Maybe life will be a bit more thrilling if we can capture that proverb in the career path that we are carving.
Sometimes people are wrong to decide where to work. Living a career in a place that never gives a chance to grow may be a "decision blunder".
Working for years without a clear future direction may be an expensive "opportunity lost"; and this decision will have a massive impact on the history of our lives.
But on the other hand, in the spirit of blazing a letter resign for the sake of starting your own business may also not a smart decision. Many people are just bankrupt and chased debts because of such a heroic pitched decisions.
Decision making is a potentially complex process: it should not only rely on intuition, but it should also be data-based and careful calculation.
I hope your decision in this first dimension is accurate. If you do not think about it, think about what other decision to take.
Your life may be decades away. There is still a chance to make historical decisions in the history of your life.
Decision # 2: With Whom You Are Married
I'm not a wedding expert, so maybe not the right person to give this advice.
never ever believe that success can happen without challenges,the meaning of success is when you face challenges and overcome it...
Getting married at 18. IT was tough. But adversity builds character.
To remain a "human being" ...
The most important life lesson for me is, There is money I will loved, no money I will kicked
The most important decision in my life is merried 😂.
To always follow your belief system. Whatever it is, Christianity, Muslim, Buddhism or even yourself. I personally believe in astrology and that has guided through some of the greatest and worse times in my life.
My most decision is to make sure I take good care of my parents
I have learned a lot from being immobile for a few years due to a hernia. To learn about the real value of life and friends. I`m healthy now tho :)
The most important life lesson that I have learned is that life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain. It has important lesson to me.
One of my most important decision was to take a meditation class, to learn the art of meditation. Meditation is a life transforming activity. Just that gift to human kind.
Moving away from my parents. While to many it may seem, how was this an important decision and why would you stand by it. It certainly wasnt easy.
I am 30 year old married man and I am currently working overseas, it took me a while to realise that the biggest impediments to my growth was my family itself.
About myself, I started a company when I was 23 and it did reasonably well, to allow me to purchase a home and enjoy the little comforts of life. My business essentially was consulting and advisory and was completely dependent on my time and involvement.
Once I got married, I realised my family members were increasingly critical of me and my activities. They made it a point to always ruin my image in front of my spouse as well as indulge in malicious gossip, that went against me.
I lived with my parents until recently, however, it seemed that my parents weren't very happy with the progress that I was making, they always found faults about what was not being done and why I was never enough. I was always taunted for the most minor day to day things. I asked some of my friends and also had a heart to heart chat with my closest clients and they all asked me that its time to cut the cord.
It has been 2 years since I havent met my parents and have been doing well. I have sold off my business back home and I am no longer financially dependent on them. This gave me an enormous sense of freedom and comfort, as I currently operate in a market that is limitless, rapidly growing and quite welcoming of international talent.
My most important life decision was dropping university and following my dreams instead of my parent's. After dropping university I'm working as an entrepreneur and l'm on my way of building my future.
Mont important decision in my life is when I decided to train myself for lucid dreaming. It helped me connect to "my inner self" and subconscious mind which provided me with ton of new Ideas to implement in my life. Not to mention that my willpower and discipline have increased.
To drop out of college and not continue with my engineering degree, 3 months prior to graduating.
Not having a degree or diploma has humbled me enough to ask the dumbest questions, and receive the best answers from coaches. Sometimes, having a cert will prohibit us from asking questions, fearing it will make us look stupid. That ego can be a downfall of many.
Not having the option to join the workforce (at a good salary), also forced me to map out my own destiny, to create my own "salaries". Yes, building businesses can be tough, but it's rewarding.
My son is homeschooled now, and truth is, I'm not even saving for his college fund. I believe by then, University as a concept as what it is today, will be obsolete. Adults with the ability to adapt and to learn as they go will be able to succeed, and that's a father's hope for a son.
That you have to admit that you are not always right, and that it is better to ask for help, listen to others and change your perspective on things, but truly, not just nominally.
You have to be ready and open to forget your current values and accept some others insetad of them. In other words, you must be brave and let the construction of your so-called life fall appart so that the real life can come.
I learned that what you want isn't always the best thing for you.
That's when I started to follow bible principles.
Marriage. I learn how to solve problems with partner together everyday, especially when we fight.
My most important life decision was getting married.
My most important life lesson: Money is meant to be spent, albeit judiciously. There is no guarantee that you will be the one to spend the money you are hoarding.
Most important life lesson is from Tony Robins - not to react to what others say or think about me and to situations that are beyond my control. It is our tendency to react to all kind of people and situations in a negative way and this affects our emotion and our life. Once I realised that all these are beyond my control, hence I should not have any reaction towards it, my emotion is much better and life in general improves for the better.
Next important lesson is compounding interest. It is the biggest secret in making free money!
Anything in world is possible nothing is impossible here and what your heart says do it take your own decision in life as life will not give a other chance to get success and opportunity is given once and grab the opportunity otherwise you will loss the train and simply regret.
This was the lesson i was taught and i daily get motivation from this.
Often life rewards us when we have to make decisions that are not easy. To take a step, we consider many considerations: self-efficacy, financial condition, family and people around, health and age, time, benefits that may be achieved, and many others.
We may think these things may hamper our future, but the real obstacles that are primarily in our own minds.
Many people are married, and couples are the most important thing in their lives. And concentrating on the aspect, it does seem right and natural in the brotherhood.
focusing on one of these aspects tends to be ineffective.
In this article, it will show you what the reason is. And besides that, it will also show you what should be in a person's life this is very important in life, whether it is social or anything else.