5 Advice That Actually Will Help Take Charge Of Life

“Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.” ― Fyodor Dostoevsky

Suvadeep Paul
3 min readJan 3, 2022
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Number #1 — Murphy’s Law

The more you fear something, the more it will happen.

Does your pc crash when you are in the middle of writing something important?

Do you have a bad day when a cat crosses your path?

Does the light always go off on the hottest day of the year?

Do your misbehaving laptop works well when you bring it to the service center?

According to Murphy’s law in its simplest form — If anything can go wrong, it will.

In most cases, all these events just happen naturally and you think it was in that particular time when all these bad things happens.

So from next time when you go to do something you are stressed about, always try to be in a neutral position so that even if negative things happen they will not bother you.

Number #2 — Gilbert’s Law

The biggest problem at work is that no one tells what to do?

Most of us in our schools and college used to copy our assignments or home works from our friends or from the smart helpful kid but in real life I mean life after school and college nobody tells you what to do next.

That is what becomes a problem, as we become so much dependent on others we stopped taking or depending on our own decision.

Even in terms of our careers, our parents used to choose our career paths.

Number #3 — Falkland’s Law

When you don’t have to make a decision, then don’t make a decision.

Making a decision about something is important but if your decision does not matter to that thing then you should not make any decision.

It is also important not to make a decision about something and let it happen.

Number #4 — Kidlin’s Law

When you can write the problem on paper clearly then the problem is half solved.

Whenever you face any problem I will suggest you write it down on paper first.

If you can write down your problem on paper then you will be able to know what steps to take to solve that particular problem.

Instead of procrastinating and bringing negatives first about the problem, it is a more genius idea that will both save your time and energy.

Number #5 — Wilson’s Law

If you put information and intelligence first at all times. Then the money keeps coming in.

This law suggests if you put your time on intelligence and information then money will automatically start following you.

In a simple way, if you fill yourself with more information and make yourself more intelligent then more opportunities will automatically arise for you to earn more money.

So instead of chasing money be capable enough to earn your spot.

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