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It’s true what they say, sometimes you fail in ways that are so ridiculous and embarrassing or downright terrifying, it makes all the hard work worth it. For example: a few months ago I found out my parents were getting divorced after I saw them fighting on live TV while visiting their home to celebrate Christmas. They didn’t even tell me until later – when we were walking past the news program playing on mute at our hotel lobby of course! It took some time for me to feel like myself again–a lot of therapy and eventually coachable parenting classes with Dr Phil but now I can admit that coming back from something as big as this made me braver than before. And there is no way I would have gone through such a process without my parents.
The next section is about how Yoda’s 11 Fail-Proof Principles for Success are still relevant in our modern society, or something like that. The key points will be:
SOLUTION: stop being such an angry little green guy and learn to see the world from other perspectives! Focus on what you have instead of all the things you don’t have and start appreciating life as it unfolds before your eyes because whenever I try this technique–I always end up feeling better than when I started so maybe there’s some truth to his words after all? 🙂 All we need is faith..and sometimes courage too if we want to make changes happen but really anything worth having requires sacrifice. Some people want to take an easy route and have things handed to them but that’s not how life works.
*Overview: Yoda (or should I say Obi-Wan Kenobi) teaches us all the important lessons in life we need to know and is able help guide us away from the Dark Side of our minds through a series of stories, advice, and observations about the world around him. But if you don’t want some wise words with your wisdom then please feel free to stop reading now! 🙂
*The first principle is as follows: “Do or do not. There is no try.” The point here could be that actions speak louder than words so it’s better for people just start doing something instead of wasting time talking about what they want to do.
*The second principle is as follows: “Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, and hate leads to suffering.” This means that when people feel fear they tend not only become angry but also start hating the person or thing responsible for their fear which can lead them down a bad path of self-destruction.
*And finally, Yoda teaches us his 11th principle (one more than ten) with this quote from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back: “Do you wish power? Then let me share something with you—the greatest teacher…selflessness!” It’s important to note here that he has already explained in previous principles about how letting go of selfish desires will help bring oneself peace, but this principle is more about selflessness as a way to bring somebody else into the equation.
*The last quote from Yoda that he shares with Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back becomes the final and 11th of his principles for us all: “Do or do not; there is no try.” This means that you either put your best foot forward and work hard to achieve what you want or don’t bother wasting time trying at all because it won’t get anything done anyway.
*This concludes an insightful look into Yoda’s eleven fail-proof principles on success. You now have some new insights and tools for taking your life to the next level–all without having any pre-conceived expectations. It is now up to you to implement these ideas and make them your own, translating Yoda’s wisdom about success into a personal reality that will be truly fulfilling for you.
*This insightful blog post on Star Wars quotes concludes here–but the journey of self-discovery never ends!
*This is a non-conformist blog post that will make you think. It’s not for everyone–in fact, it’s probably just the opposite of what most people want to read about or talk about these days. But if you keep an open mind and don’t take things at face value, I guarantee this article will change your life for the better!
The truth shall set you free!–yoda
Title: Yoda’s 11 Fail-Proof Principles of Success
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Content: ceived expectations. It is now up to you to implement these ideas and make them your own, translating Yoda’s wisdom about success into a personal reality that will be truly fulfilling for you.