Thomas Salzano, a New Jersey-based hairstylist, photographer, traveler, and a blogger is one successful businessman, at an early age he started his business and give new shape to fashion and hairstylist industry. Now he helps many fashion and beauty entrepreneurs to establish. during his struggle time, he faced difficulty and took some momentous decision to change his character, shaped his values.
In any time all, we have to go through a tough time, where we identify the real face of time, time and yes, of course, people and learn some unpredictable lesson. We never teach anyone about life and life lesson. it comes. hen time come everyone understand life lesson truly meaningful and worthwhile. Some people love to read failure stories, I am one of them.
The reason for behind it for me, by reading failure stories, I can grab some mistake did by failure marketer, before got a success. it helps me to skip those mistake and wisely handle creepy mistakes, and menacing situations.
Here some life lesson will help you to be a better person
Be nice to people. It’s cheaper, healthier, and more effective. Your complete and undivided attention is one of the greatest gifts you can give. And it’s free, so give it more often.
You can become anything, but not everything. So make a choice.You will regret the things you didn’t do more than the things you did.
Discipline is a myth. It can only bring you so far. If you want long-term results, you need to learn to love what you’re doing.
Happiness = Reality – Expectations. Also, happiness is not a goal/destination. It’s a journey and it’s constantly changing.Money can buy happiness, but only up to a point.
“Follow your passion” is terrible advice. There’s science behind finding the right job.
Grit is more important than intelligence.
Deep work yields exponential results.
Improving yourself is the best project you can work on.You can learn something from anyone you meet. Just listen.
Try, fail. Try again, fail better. This is the only way to get better.To improve you need to leave your comfort zone.
Work to acquire skills, not certificates.
Showing up every day and doing the work as good as you can put you in the top 50%. Grab the initiative and you’re in the top 10%.
Don’t attribute to malice what can be explained by stupidity . Far more people are stupid and/or incompetent than mischievous.
Always share information. You don’t have the nuclear codes, so stop worrying.
Competition is stupid. Focus on being better than you were yesterday.
Don’t strive for perfection. In most cases good enough (about 80% perfect) will do just fine.