2018-12-21 News Feed
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #4: No One Weighs The Importance Of Facts For You. Weigh Them Yourself.
In school you are usually given all the information for a test, and it is up to you to learn it. Tests are often multiple choice, meaning ever question is worth just the same as the other. In real life, this isn’t how things work. In real life, this isn’t how things work. In real life you often have access to information, but you are rarely told what is the most important to know. However, when you are testing in life (given a sort of grade, if you will) the people who do the best are the ones who understand what is most important. Also, realize that this is a skill that is never taught anywhere. Learn to weigh the facts for yourself. Observe patterns of what tends to be critical in your work space, or in your household, or in any system. Focus on making sure the most important things are taken care of first.
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