What no one else is doing, and why aren’t they doing it? Here’s an example: A few days ago I was driving to see some family, and I noticed there was a lot of traffic. Cars backed up, but the lane to my right was completely empty. No cars, no cyclists, no sign of an emergency, nothing.
One thing I can guarantee you is that there are no straight lines in life. Recently, I’ve had some major life events happen in my life. Things I didn’t even see coming. No clue they were going to happen. And a few of the events were devastating.
Effort is attractive. When we think of things that are attractive, we naturally first think about the visual, the appearance of a person or an object. That’s how we’ve evolved. We want the most beautiful possessions (or partner) in life to show off to others.
In life, there are rules that are common throughout history, I call them “the simple rules of life”. On my blog posts I talk a lot about “how I wish these were taught in school”, etc. One thing I really wish was taught at an early age was three basic rules of life to help prepare students for the real world.
Dealing with childhood baggage as an adult can be a debilitating ordeal. The first years of our lives are spent with our parents. We are dependent on them for everything. As we get older and become teenagers, we do everything we can to try and detach ourselves from them and join our new pack, the wonderful world of delightful teenage boys. Great bunch.