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Don't Kid Yourself In Life

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Contributed by : Dr. Chetan Chopra

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Be realistic in life. Reality is a slippery thing. The wisest among us make better reality recognition a lifelong effort. Also, being realistic is the big trait when it comes to succeeding in our materialistic, cut throat society.


 


* The first step toward wisdom is the recognition of our ignorance.


 


* Don't exaggerate or understate. Precision in language will tighten our thinking and improve our judgement.


 


* Think of "ABSORBING" not just hearing or learning information.


 


* Don't make snap judgements. Use analysis as well as intuition.


 


* Don't rely only on experts alone. Do, and trust, your own analysis.


 


* Seek "REALITY CHECKS" from those you admire.


 


* Remember that the proof is in the proceeds.

 

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