I’ll be writing a series called The Simplest Advice.
If you’re like me, I feel bombarded by too many good advice.
If you’re like me, I want to improve my life’s quality. I want to be a better me, a more successful me, a fulfilled me.
That’s why I read books, I read articles, I attend classes.
And those were great books, articles and classes backed by years of experience and success stories. But as you know too, only action matters.
But which actions to take? There are too many actions to take, even the internet will give 10 steps to make you more resilient.
I don’t want to feel overwhelmed by advice and neglecting the core thing.
I tend to crave or seek more and more good advice just to “feel” better.
Good advice produces glamorous dreams. It forced me to travel to the different me, richer me, successful me and such. It clouds our mind to think clearly about what actually matters. It also made me believe that the act of seeking, thinking of more advice will change us.
And with the 80:20 rule, meaning with the 10 steps to be more resilient above we only need to focus on the critical 2 to make the change.
These things made me start the Simplest Advice.
I believe we don’t need too much advice whether in career, relationships, leaderships, or motivation. We need only one or max two important, fundamental, practical advice that we can always remember and use.
I use the Simplest Advice for myself. I do hope this can be useful for you too.
I compiled not a good advice but the most fundamental yet great ones.