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7 laws of a successful life  

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Success is formed from within. this is not the number of achievements and external earned attributes. This is primarily a state. Therefore, it is so important to follow these simple laws to achieve success.


  1. Thoughts are material

Everything we are is the result of what we think of ourselves. if a person speaks or acts with bad thoughts, he is haunted by pain. If a person speaks or acts with pure intentions, he is followed by happiness, which, like a shadow, will never leave him. the buddha said, " our consciousness is everything. You become what you think you are." james allen said, " man is the brain." To live properly, you must fill your brain with "right" thoughts. your thinking determines your actions; your actions determine the outcome. The right mindset will give you everything you want; wrong thinking is an evil that will eventually destroy you.


  1. Starting small is ok

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, " Every master was once an amateur." We all start small, so don't neglect small things. If you are consistent and patient, you will succeed! No one can succeed in just one night: success comes to those who are willing to start small and work hard until the jug is full.


  1. Forgive

Holding back your anger is like grabbing a lump of hot coal with the intention of throwing it at someone else; it is you who will burn. When you release those who are imprisoned in the prison of unforgiveness, you release yourself from that prison. You can't suppress anyone without suppressing yourself, too. Learn to forgive. Learn to forgive faster.


  1. Your actions matter

No matter how many commandments you read, no matter how much you say, what will they mean if you don't follow them? They say," Words are worthless, " and they are. To develop, you must act; to develop quickly, you must act every day. Glory will not fall on your head! Glory is for all, but only those who are constantly active can know it.


  1. Try to understand

When we argue with the present, we feel anger, we have stopped fighting for the truth, we have started fighting only for ourselves. Stefan Covey said, " First try to understand, and then try to be understood." It is easy to say, but difficult to do; you must make every effort to understand the point of view of the "other" person. When you feel that you are overwhelmed by anger, destroy it. Listen to others, understand their point of view, and you will find peace. Focus more on being happy than being right.


  1. Defeat yourself

It is better to defeat yourself than to win thousands of battles. Then the victory is yours. Neither angels nor demons, nor heaven nor hell can take it from you. He who overcomes himself is stronger than any lord. In order to conquer yourself, you need to conquer your mind. You have to control your thoughts. They should not be raging like the waves of the sea. you may think, "I can't control my thoughts. A thought comes when it pleases." You can't stop a bird from flying over you, but you can certainly stop it from building a nest on your head. Banish thoughts that do not correspond to the principles of life by which you want to live. " It is not the enemy or the ill-wisher, but the consciousness of man that lures him into a crooked path."


  1. Live in harmony

Harmony comes from within. Don't look for her outside. Don't look outside for something that can only be in your heart. Often we can look outside only to distract ourselves from the truthful reality. The truth is that harmony can only be found within yourself. Harmony is not a new job, a new car, or a new marriage. Harmony is new opportunities and they start with you.


Good luck to you!


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