Stay Positive and Happy

Stay positive and happy

“Stay positive and happy. Work hard and don’t give up hope. Be open to criticism and keep learning. Surround yourself with happy, warm and genuine people.” -Tena Desae

What wonderful life advice! All of those things can be hard to do, but just because it’s hard doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. Now let’s get to it!

What’s the best advice you ever received? Tell me about it in the comments.

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  1. Nils Salzgeber

    Best advice I ever received? That’s tough. One piece of great advice is that my greatest flaws and shortcomings can turn out to be my greatest advantage if I use them as fuel to improve myself and work hard.

    Feeling insecure about myself may look like a terrible thing right now. But it may well be my greatest advantage. Because it forces me to work hard on myself and to improve myself every single day. Not only will this (hopefully) help me leave those insecurities behind, but it will make me stronger and more confident above and beyond a “normal” level.

    Joseph Campbell explains something similar in one of his books:

    “Nietzsche was the one who did the job for me. At a certain moment in his life, the idea came to him of what he called ‘the love of your fate.’ Whatever your fate is, whatever the hell happens, you say, ‘This is what I need.’ It may look like a wreck, but go at it as though it were an opportunity, a challenge. If you bring love to that moment—not discouragement—you will find the strength is there. Any disaster that you can survive is an improvement in your character, your stature, and your life. What a privilege! This is when the spontaneity of your own nature will have a chance to flow.”

    Anyway, that’s some solid advice I think :-)

    Thanks,
    Nils

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