These rules are meant to be bite-sized life lessons that lay a foundation to learn from. They are designed to help cultivate strength, insight, and wisdom as a part of your life. These rules are not definitive and should be used as thought-provoking exercises. These rules are not written in any particular order.

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Rule 5: Approach the World Through Beginner’s Eyes

A beginner doesn’t have any expectations, preconceived notions, or past experiences to limit their view of a situation. Beginners have curiosity towards new things and are open and eager to learn. Embrace being uncomfortable or nervous in new situations. These feelings mean you’re getting out of your comfort zone, growing, and learning. The more comfortable you get with being uncomfortable, the more the world opens up.

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These rules are meant to be bite-sized life lessons that lay a foundation to learn from. They are designed to help cultivate strength, insight, and wisdom as a part of your life. These rules are not definitive and should be used as thought-provoking exercises. These rules are not written in any particular order.

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Rule 3: Set No Limits

All limits are self-imposed. They only exist in your own mind. Restricting your thoughts also restricts your capabilities. Don’t confine yourself. No one and nothing should limit you. You are worthy of doing phenomenal things. Believe in yourself and believe in your dreams. It may not come naturally and it may not be quick and easy. But hard work, determination, and focus will always get your results. You can do anything.

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These rules are meant to be bite-sized life lessons that lay a foundation to learn from. They are designed to help cultivate strength, insight, and wisdom as a part of your life. These rules are not definitive and should be used as thought-provoking exercises. These rules are not written in any particular order.

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Rule 1: The Illusion of Reality

Your reality is not necessarily the same as someone else’s reality. Furthermore, both of those realities can be different from what is actually real. Remember, there can always be two different movies playing on the same screen; it is very important to be aware of this. Pull yourself out of your own reality often and put yourself into the reality of others. It’s amazing how different the world can look through a different lens.

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Jonathan Farrell

Jonathan Farrell

Full stack developer, philanthropist and triathlete focused on user experience, innovation and making the world a better place. https://jonathanfarrell.info