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103 lessons people often learn too late in life (a little manual for life)

How you approach life says a lot about who you are.

To succeed in life, you must be in a constant state of adaptation - continually unlearning old 'rules', relearning new ones and doing more of what makes you come alive.

Most people operate on autopilot, doing the same things today that didn't work yesterday. They are caught in a cycle.

They rarely stop to measure the impact of their actions on themselves and others, and how those actions affect their total well-being.

These are some of the most powerful lessons I have learned over the years.

I chose to make a list because it's easier to digest. Sometimes less is more. You can easily ponder over each lesson quickly and apply them to your life.

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