How To Not Fail At Life

Did you know that on average 110 people per month search ‘How to Not Fail at Life‘ on google….

And only 50 people per month search ‘How to Succeed at Life’.

Isn’t it interesting that people tend to use negative words more commonly than positive ones.

Anyway, let this post begin.

How to Not Fail at Life?

Well it isn’t too hard or complex at all. There are few basic rules/values you could live by and with that alone, you will be living a better and more fulfilling life than a lot of others out there, trust me on that one.

Follow these rules and you’ll be on the right path to no regrets on your death bed..

How To Not Fail At Life Rule #1: Do Good

It is that simple. Know that you are a good person, you treat people with respect and you do good in the world. I’m saying that in everyday life, think about the people around you, is there anything you can offer them that will benefit them. Smile at strangers, it might just make their day. Do selfless acts. If you help shape someone’s life for the better, then already you’re succeeding at life.

How To Not Fail At Life Rule #2: Do More Of What You Love

You love to read?  Then read. You love to travel? Then travel. You love to sing? Then sing. You want to spend more time with those you love? Then do just that. Don’t have the time? Make the time. Cut the bullshit out of your life to make time for your passions.

It angers me when I hear people say ‘I don’t have time to do that’. Of course you have the time. You just don’t have your priorities straight.

Many people on their death bed say ‘I wish I didn’t work top regrets of the dyingso much’ or ‘I wish I spent more time with my family’…. and we all have heard about the top regrets of the dying, yet so many of us never change even knowing we are doomed for the same if we don’t change. Make the changes, so when the time comes for you on your death bed, you never have to utter those words.

How To Not Fail At Life Rule #3: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

Do you ever look back to a time you thought you had a problem or made a big deal about something, and just laugh about how stupid it really was? Well, every time you think you have a problem or issue, just think ahead and ask yourself if it’s really a big deal at all and am I likely to laugh about this in the future.

I’m going to guess that 70% of the time it’s not actually that bad and by doing this little trick it can save you a heck of a lot of stress and time to do more of the things you identified with in rule #2. 

Simple really when you think about it.

Three Rules to Not Fail at Life.

I live by these three rules daily and by doing so my life has changed dramatically in just one year.

I now live a life of passion, by living my life according to my dreams and desires and I help others do the same, to change their lives and it is the most fulfilling thing I have ever done.

Please share this post if you have enjoyed reading it and I look forward to connecting with you on Facebook.

If you want to find out more how you can start to live your , send me a message and lets chat.

Love and light

Diane Purdy

34 thoughts on “How To Not Fail At Life

  1. And yet, there is no failure – just our perception of failure – these are purely lessons. Get up and try again, because blockages occur to make us change direction and make new decisions.

  2. We have all believed, at some point in our lives, that we have failed – and yet, have still come through to try again, eventually finding success. However, sadly, there are those if us who simply feel the negativity of a failure, and focus on that, bringing more negativity upon ourselves. You are quite correct – we beed to focus on the positives in all situations, no matter how small those positives might be, and no matter how hard they can be to find. There are always positives.

    1. Thanks for your comment Sandy, yes we all come through our failures, some learn from them and others just keep repeating the patterns.

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    1. What you need to do is make the time to get things done Procrastination is one of the worst enemies we have

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    1. Hi Lisette, wonderful! Looking forward to the feedback and update as so are the many other readers Diane

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