When Choosing Your Life Partner Is Most Important Decision Of Your Life !

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Choosing your life partner — the person you want to spend the rest of your days with — is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in your life.

Living most of your life with the person you love can be a joyous, mutually-fulfilling experience, but finding and choosing the right person can be a monumental task.

Luckily, it’s something that most people go through, so you’re not alone people who have never been married and never want to be married amount to only 5% of the total population.

By having a realistic idea of the kind of person that is right for you, making a strong effort to find this person, and committing to your relationship, you too can share the rest of your life with someone you love.

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When choosing your life partner, remember that this is the most important decision of your lifetime.

The marriage relationship offers 90% of all your support, happiness and fulfillment so choose it wisely.

Consider qualities such as affection, sense of humor, intelligence, integrity, maturity, temperament, compatibility and that indescribable characteristic of chemistry.

If these are present, your relationship stands an excellent chance of great success.

Move slowly and let no one press you into an uncomfortable decision.

Knowledge Is Power !

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Keep well-informed about current events, the latest books and popular trends.

Many peak performers read five to six papers a day.

You don’t have to read every story of every paper.

Know what to focus on, what to pass by and what to clip out and read at another time
(many successful people scan scores of magazines and papers, clipping out articles of interest; these articles go into a file folder which can be read in your down time).

Knowledge is power.


Whether you are an entrepreneur, a corporate leader or someone leading a family,
you can profoundly change your life and the lives of those around you with a single idea.

 Just ask Gates, Edison and Bell.

Learn To Organize Your Time !


Learn To Organize Your Time !

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It is incorrect to say that by becoming a meticulous time manager and living
by a carefully define schedule you become rigid and non-spontaneous.

Rather, proper organization allows one to accomplish those goals which are truly
important as well as enjoy leisure time.

Good time management offers more time for fun and relaxing – not less.

These important periods are schedule into the week just like other commitments which may appear more pressing.

Neither are sacrificed.

Also, discipline yourself and stop wasting time on all those immediate and pressing but unimportant tasks (i.e., the ringing phone) and concentrate on the activities that are truly meaningful to your life’s mission.

Such activities include time for self-renewal and reflection, time forging
relationships built on trust and mutual respect, time for physical fitness,
time to read and think deeply and time serving others in your community.

Define Your Rule !


Familarity breeds contempt is a very good rule.

The stars remain far above the Earth.

You must keep a distance from all but your closest of relations.

Once people see everything of a leader he loses his aura and with
it the authority and mystique he may have created.

For example, Ronald Reagan was known to many as an excellent leader.

He carefully cultivated his image of a folksy, considerate politician who kept
the interest of the United States first and foremost, he commanded attention and respect in his dark suits, surrounded by the trappings of power such as political aides, security officers and a convoy of limousines.

As soon as he appeared, thoughts of authority and power came to our minds.

Did you ever see the President with his shirt off swimming at his pool?

How about in his dressing gown after waking up after one of his long sleeps,hair tousled and beard grown?

Reagan’s handless never allowed such glimpses because they detract from the perception of authority.

The America nation was not exposed to these slights.

In the Clinton Era things changed and you saw the President eating Big Macs and
wearing baseball caps with a full business suit.

Whilst these scenes may be endearing to the public, there is little doubt that
President Clinton was more familiar to us, merely another one of us and, unlike
the stars above, much closer to the ground.

Make A List Of All Your Weaknesses !


Make a list of all your Weaknesses !

A truly confident and enlightened person will note a weakness and seek to methodically improve.

Bear in mind that even the greatest and most powerful people have weaknesses.

Some are better than others in hiding them.

On the other hand, get to know your best qualities and cultivate them.

Overlook The Weaknesses Of Your Friends !

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Overlook The Weaknesses Of Your Friends !

If you look for flaws you will most surely find them.

Be mature enough to ignore the petty failings of others and see the good
that each one inherently possesses.

We can learn from everyone.

Everyone has a story to tell, a joke to share and a lesson to learn.

Open your mind to this and you will learn a tremendous amount.

a true friends knows your weakness but shows you your strengths

Friends are so very important to a happy existence – especially those who have
shared many experiences and laugh with you.

Work hard to make friendships, and all your relationships for that matter, stronger and richer.

Call your friends, buy them small gifts of books or other items you believe they might enjoy.

The “law of the farm” applies to relationships as well as to the rest of life – you reap what you sow and have great friends you must first be one.

Never Complain !

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Never Complain.

Be known as a positive, strong, energetic and enthusiastic person.

Someone who complains, is cynical and always looks for the negative in everything,
will scare people away and rarely will succeed at anything.

From a purely psychological viewpoint, things are always created twice:
once in the mind and then in reality.

Focus on the positive.

Be so mentally tough that nothing takes you off your planned course to success.

Visualize and firmly believe in what you want.

It will most certainly come true.

9) Peer Pressure !

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You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, so choose your company carefully.

It’s possible that your core group includes someone who lacks drive, or your best friend may be a pessimist.

They could be bringing you down and sapping your energy.

Widen your social circle.

It’s never too late to make new friends or change your perspective.

2) A ‘Greater Purpose’

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2) A ‘Greater Purpose’

Take some time to introspect: are you spending every waking hour chasing the big bucks, or was there a more meaningful reason why you chose this line of work? According to Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, a motivational theory in psychology, people are motivated to achieve needs in a certain order
– before one can get to the top of the pyramid, where one can meet one’s self-actualisation needs, one must feel a sense of accomplishment.

Find ways to engage with the community and give back to society.

This will help you feel fulfilled, which in turn, will fuel your ambition.

How To Motivate Yourself !

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Get out of the rut and fuel the fire in your belly with this guide.

Do you find yourself learning on others to get your work done?

Do you hit gym of your own accord or do you need a trainer or a friend to drag you there?

Most people find that they’re intrinsically motivated to do some things – to complete a project
(driven by their love for their work or a sense of purpose) or to care for a sick child
(driven by affection), for instance – but need external incentives, like, for instance, the promise
of a reward or a promotion, when it comes to others.

What drives you, and how motivate you feel to do anything, may also vary during different phases of  your life.

For instance, you may recall a time when you felt very passionately about work, but over the years, this feeling may have faded.

Anxiety, anger issues, personal problems, boredom, depression, addiction (to substances, or even social media) may lie at the root of your warning ambition.

So, what can you do to keep ennui at bay and stay motivated day after day?

There are 9 points to motivate yourself not fully but surely.

I will update day by day each points so stay updated.
To be continue ………