Which piece of advice can you apply to your everyday life?

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Re: Which piece of advice can you apply to your everyday life?

Post by timd » 29 Jan 2019, 14:47

I think the overall concept that if you keep doing the same thing over and expect your life and things to change, then you are wrong, is very important. People get stuck in a rut and don't like to change and then they can't understand why their lives don't change for the better. I also believe that the idea and principle of focus are extremely important and essential for success. These are important concepts that the book teaches very well.

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Post by Joseph Munyao » 31 Jan 2019, 03:15

There is so much from the book but the most important thing is that you responsible for any choice you make in your life.

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Post by Evie_123 » 01 Feb 2019, 00:55

The biggest message I took from this book is, I am responsible for how my life turns out. No one else. I can't blame others for it.

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Post by steigerd » 01 Feb 2019, 02:06

Be accountable for my actions and admit my mistakes. However, the most overwhelming thought I got from reading this book is that I do not hold other people accountable. I kept thinking; I do that for my children, husband, and co-workers. I'm enabling them, by allowing them to use the "but" word.

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