Treat everyone equally. Be humble, respectful and honest with and to everyone.
Speak less, listen more.
Live in the moment, be in the now, feel deeply and make mistakes.
Be conscious of how you’re spending your time and money. Choose investment over expenditure.
Learn daily, spend time with yourself, build good habits and be consistent.
Sleep enough, just enough! Take care of your body and mind. Listen to your heart. If you cannot hear the voice of your heart, shut the noises around and in you.
Shine and let your brightness give light to others. See the good in people and invest in them.
Push yourself in situations which can make you feel your heart beating against your chest: situations in which you feel excited and afraid at the same time. Be uncomfortable.
Believe in yourself. Be bold, kind and courageous.
Say what you want to say in the simplest of words.
I’m currently reading Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. In one of the chapters of the book, the writer advices the readers of the book to write a constitution for themselves: a set of principles and guidelines that one shall abide to. After writing a constitution for myself, I thought that it would be a good idea to declare it to the world so that, every time I violate any of the Articles of my Constitution, I can be made accountable for it.