The 7 Rules For Life. (1)

In life, you obviously need to follow some kind of rules to either survive, succeed, date, etc.

BUT, the quality of your life will depend on what kind of rules and principles you choose to follow and uphold.

That’s why in this article I’ve written down the rules, which I think, are the most important when it comes to leading a good life. So sit back, relax, and read on.

1. TAKE RESPONSIBILITY.

In life, everything that happens to you are 70% your actions, and 30% the world’s actions. It is your responsibility to take control of that 70% which you can control to make your life as best as possible, instead of focusing on the 30% which you can’t control, or not evening trying to control anything at all.

It is your responsibility to make sure you don’t die.

It is your responsibility that you don’t litter and spread waste.

It is your responsibility that your life doesn’t fall apart.

Your health, your fitness, your intelligence, your discipline, your work-ethic, your success, your relationships. All of these, except some exceptions, are the direct results of your actions, and taking responsibility over them is the best way to ensure that you stay in control of your life.

Volcano, or a tornado. If they wreck your house, it wasn’t your fault or responsibility to make sure the volcano doesn’t explode, but it is yours to fix up your house. It is your responsibility to change and improve anything in your life that you have full control over.

Whenever something bad happens, don’t put blame on anything or anyone else, never blame others. Only little b*tches complain, and blame others. Instead ask yourself

“Was this my doing? If yes, how can I take responsibility? If not, how can I improve this situation responsibly?”

Taking responsibility means to admit your mistakes, acknowledge that some things happen because of your actions alone, and doing everything in your power to change, and improve the situation you’re in. Only little b*tches complain, and blame others.

-Nana

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