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I’ve always discussed technical aspects of Java technology on this blog with you people. I’m going to violate the rule today and share what I’ve learned both personally and professionally. I’m giving my opinions because I want/hope you guys take the small things in life seriously.
Believe me, when I decided to write this essay, there were a lot of things that sprang to me that I wanted to include but couldn’t. I’d like to keep this piece short and sweet so that it doesn’t lose sight of what’s important and the point of it all: to make you ‘stop and think for a few minutes.’
“Life is a journey that can only be comprehended from the backward perspective; yet, it must be lived from the front.”
Assuming that most of my blog friends are java developers, most of us have two lives. The first is personal while we are at home, and the second is professional when we are working in a separate setting with various regulations and circumstances. On all fronts, I’ll relate my experiences. I’ll start with my personal life, which demands more effort and is sometimes overlooked.
5 Personal Life Lessons
1. Our lifestyles are influenced by our habits. Carefully select them.
For me, this was the most beneficial lesson. In our daily lives, we rarely think about the actions we do repeatedly. And the majority of us are unaware that the majority of our daily activities have become habits. These commonplace actions can be both beneficial and harmful. Whether you realize it or not, they all become habits eventually. While good habits will positively affect your future, bad ones will harm you in various ways. Carefully select your behaviors and encourage positive ones. If you’ve already developed bad habits, fight them off.
The best method to figure out whether a habit is good or bad is to do an honest assessment of it yourself. Take a pen and paper and make a list of what you do on a daily basis. Examine their long-term consequences. Choose what is and is not beneficial for you. Take a risk and take command of the situation.
Changing a habit can be difficult at first. I’ve got some suggestions for you right here. It’s from Shiv Khera’s “You Can Win,” if memory serves me right. I don’t recall the precise words, but I recall the spirit of what was spoken.
“Delay your bad habits as much as possible if you wish to control them.” They’ll be gone before you know it.”
Shiv Khera’s “You Can Win”
If you have a nasty habit of smoking, for example, try delaying it for an hour, then two hours, or more, depending on your regular schedule. Then make it even longer. You’ll find that you can prevent it for several days sooner rather than later. You regained command of the situation. From here, the battle will be easy.
Any undesirable habit can be overcome with this method. Please bring a pen and paper with you. Begin immediately.
2. The best policy is to be completely honest with yourself.
The second essential step toward a fulfilling life is to learn this lesson. Don’t lie. Genuineness is valued. Honesty is valued. It’s the most valuable gift you can give to your boss, friends, and anybody else you care about. Now the question is, what kind of honesty are we talking about, how do we know it, and why are we talking about it?
There is an old adage that we should always tell the truth in order to avoid having to remember what we said. Also, imagine how you’ll feel if you discover that the individual you’re dealing with isn’t being completely truthful. Others have had similar experiences. Consider this:
It could be countered that some jobs, particularly marketing, need you to tell one or two white lies. Seriously? Do you believe the truth will always be concealed? Is it possible that the truth won’t be revealed? Trust is the lifeblood of any profession, and honesty is the foundation of trust. Profits are made from this trust. The more trust you have, the more benefits you will receive. Reconsider. What if the money you get is counterfeit? Will you also agree that a few lies are OK then?
“Honesty is the best policy because the truth will always come out, no matter how adept you are at telling falsehoods.”
3. The greatest you have is your family and friends. With all your heart, protect them.
When you’re planning for great things, life is all about little things that happen to you. These mementos are usually associated with your family and friends, and they are composed of memories you share with them and treasure.
Because I am confident that the majority of you will agree, I will not prolong the debate. Here’s a quote that I’d want to bring up again:
“I wish that everyone becomes wealthy and famous and that they achieve everything they have ever desired so that they understand that it is not the solution.”
Jim Carrey is an American actor who is well known for his role
4. It’s a waste of a day if you don’t have a good chuckle.
The finest medicine is good laughter. It has no negative side effects and is very energizing. When confronted with adversity, positive energy is beneficial. I’ve developed a strong sense of humor. I am constantly giggling and smiling.
It’s well-known among those who know me. I enjoy and appreciate comedy as long as it does not offend others’ feelings.
5. Be gentle with yourself. Make a difference in the lives of others who are less fortunate.
Do you not believe that you are GOD’s beloved creation and that he has been gracious in providing you with a wonderful life? You had a lot of fun as a kid, you had a fair chance to struggle as an adult, and you landed a job with an MNC or a reputable firm. We didn’t have as much money back then as we do now, but we never went to bed hungry. Guys, it’s a major event. We are a small percentage of the world’s privileged individuals. This is something we must always be aware of and respect.
It also implies that we should be concerned about the plight of others who are less fortunate. They can’t sleep because they’re hungry. To survive the conflict of life, they must struggle in every step. Unfortunately, the ratio of these less fortunate people in the world is far higher than that of those of us who have had a relatively simple existence.
We need to share what we have. The number of lives you influenced or affected is what matters at the end of the day. You’ve squandered your life if you’ve made no changes at all.
I have additional personal matters to discuss, and if time allows, I will do so in the future.
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