The Game of Life Follows a Set of Rules

by Michael Berry on September 20, 2014

Children PlayingWhat can you do in your life that will make your North Star more obvious to observers?
What is important to understand is that this kind of life won’t just happen to you, no matter what you’ve read, heard, or what “bleeping secrets” you’ve been told. The game of life follows a set of rules and, when you’ve learned what they are, you can use them to your advantage. You can create the wins you want, time and time again. This is when personal rewards greatly outweigh its costs, and life becomes light, fun, exciting and very satisfying.
In life, everyone gets results. There is no failure, only failed results. You have successfully created the life you have, as it exists right now. Every action, thought, decision produces a result. The critical difference is learning how to get the results you want rather than the results you don’t want.
A wise man once said that there is a price to be paid for success, but also a similar price for failure. The price is, many times, exactly the same—or ironically, the price for failure higher and more costly. The remarkable fact is that, with success, you pay this one time; with failure, you pay it over and over again in many different ways.
Personal development is our business and our life.
Michael Berry
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.


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