Concentrate all your perseverance on becoming a disciple. Accept whatever life has to offer and move forward. How to open new horizons for success and a better life?
Learning is about learning the lessons of life that come your way. Learning does not happen automatically. Otherwise, we would learn all the lessons that can make us outstanding. You need to focus all your perseverance on becoming a disciple. And this means going out of your way, trying to turn life into your research laboratory. So how do you do this?
You should study not only when you want, and not only what you want. To be a disciple is to accept whatever life has to offer (whether it’s fair or not) and turn your circumstances into your best choice or knowledge. This means planning the best things for the future at the worst moments in life.
Here are 20 tips for moving forward all the time:
1. As you read books, take notes.
2. Be a mentor.
3. Find yourself a mentor and ask what you can improve in yourself.
4. Listen to opposing points of view.
5. Raise difficult and sensitive issues in front of a wide audience.
6. Seek help in difficult circumstances.
7. Write down the last five reasons for your failure.
8. Don't give assent if you don't know something.
9. Be grateful for unexpected lessons.
10. Add to the list of books you want to read - and read them.
11. Keep asking "Why?"
12. Share what you have learned.
13. Invite three friends for coffee and as you talk, learn from their talents.
14. Don't watch TV often.
15. Take a tour of the museum and take some photos.
16. List the lessons you have learned.
17. Read the most reputable newspapers and magazines.
18. Introduce new words into your vocabulary.
19. Stop tweeting - start reading.
20. Be kind to those who do not know what you know.
21. Enjoy music, sports, or a hobby.
22. Expand your limits with exercise and activity.