Youth: A Critical Stage in Life
I enjoy writing to people of a younger age like me not because elderly parents know better and don't require the knowledge (which of course they do, and in fact should take the time to read it), but because a youthful psyche is one that is easily and easily flexible to both the positive influence (principles of knowledge, information, and facts) on life, or the negative appeals in our society. The youthful life is the time in which characters are materialized while values are developed and decisions are made. The choices and decisions that will alter our lives, as well as the future generations, regardless of the current situation will be made during this phase of life. Steven Covey, who was an author and great teacher wrote "I am not the product of my situation. I am a result of my decisions." This is why it is important to education and motivation that focus on making decisions and constant optimism to stay on the right track without falling off the track along the track. In order to be able to achieve enlightenment, one must have a the will to be informed. Information is information, as is knowledge, which itself can be power. If we are informed and knowledgeable, it will be easy to identify your goals in life. For more detail please visit:- Everyone has a role to play on earth. We did not just come to this planet to consume goods and services, go to college and get a job, get married, have children, and then die. Or did we? That's a life totally wasted. Albert Schuster once said, "the tragedy of life isn't that we die, it's what dies inside a man while he lives." We also are very fortunate to benefit from the information that people before us have written down, so that the wisdom and understanding they acquired through experiences and diligent study of the world is readily available to us. The world is evolving in many forms. Information is increasing at very fast speed. Studies have shown that every sixty seconds, 2000 pages of typewritten text are added to our knowledge and the content produced every day takes a individual five years to study. A computer's memory could calculate 6 million words per second and store them in permanent memory. it's as fast as assimilating the entire bible in just a second. Therefore, anyone at any time in time has something they can learn from their experiences. Most times, real deal isn't found in study and learning aspect but rather in the application. Often, we do listen to good inspiration phrases and think "wow, I should do this" to something worthwhile that was mentioned, but after that, we leave it at that. Why not simply apply it? If you've already figured out your mission, then build on it. Whatever worthy endeavor you've completed, do your best. Do your best. Try it 2x or 10x the intensity. Work out for twice as long and write five times as long as you normally do or even work 10x as long. Challenge yourself to break some limitations and beliefs you've set for yourself. For my final thoughts I'll remember the story of a pupil who sent a letter to famous preacher Henry Ward Beecher, asking his advice on how to get "a job that was easy". Mr. Beecher answered, "if you're in that mindset, you'll never make it to the top. You cannot become an editor, a lawyer or even think of a ministry. These professions aren't easy. It is necessary to abandon the field of merchandising and shipping, abhor the art of politics and let go of the tough medical field. To become a farmer, or even a good soldier, you must study and think. My son, you've entered a tough world. I know of only one safe place which is death." I'll leave this for today and come back next time. Content that is of high quality is crucial to reaching out to the masses. More than 150 billion users are online regularly in search for good content in order to enrich their day or get advice on self improvement. Content writing is my love. It's a way of expressing my thoughts to the world, and it's fun to inspire people with what write-ups. If you need my services please send me a note and I'll gladly reply asap.

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