By Tony Spollen
Originally written for his grown-up childrens, Tony Spollen now stocks his 50 nice classes FROM lifestyles with a much wider audience.Simple, heartfelt, born of experience—these classes ring real for everybody in any stroll of life.Some you recognize already; others may be new—or will shock you with a brand new twist on anything you took with no consideration. a few are aspirational, a few are fanciful, a few are simple and as a rule, they're one dimension suits all—but, especially, they're undying suggestion, universally applicable.Be winning. Be fit. feel free. learn. take pleasure in.
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All things pass away 8. Wish others well – but don’t wish to be them 9. Create a positive atmosphere 10. Everyone is insecure 11. You will never really know anyone 12. Ignore slights 13. You have no reason to feel sorry for yourself 14. ‘Smell the roses’ as often as you can 15. Forgive all 16. Be big and generous 17. Write kind and thoughtful notes 18. Life is a marathon, not a sprint 19. Think young and stay young 20. Whether you win or lose, have fun 21. Go for it 22. People need to feel important 23.
World champion snooker player Denis Taylor said that, as he played his final shot in the championship, he was shaking and could hardly hold his cue. He hid his nervousness well. We sometimes judge the book by the cover and are disappointed. We sometimes judge the bottle of wine by the label, and again are disappointed. Does anyone really know you? Nobody does! You will never really know anyone. Everyone has greater strengths, greater weaknesses and greater challenges than you realise. Don’t rush to judgement.
12 Ignore slights Don’t let little things bother you. Don’t get irritated or upset if: Your phone call is not answered or returned; You are kept waiting; You are not included in a meeting or event; You appear to be ignored; You are placed down the pecking order at a function. Think on a higher level. Don’t read too much into the situation. Most people are pre-occupied with their own issues and are not trying to hurt you or be mean to you. There is usually a simple explanation. Many slights are unintentional.
50 Great Lessons from Life. Self-improvement Advice Born of Experience by Tony Spollen