7 Secrets to Living the Good Life

Know the 7 Secrets. There really are 7 “Secrets” that you need to know and understand before you can successfully transform your life from where it is now to where it needs to be. These 7 Secrets require that you change your long-held attitudes, your approach to living and your priorities. They also require you to discover a degree of emotional maturity within that few today know they can possess. Comprehend and implement these 7 Secrets and you will dramatically transform the quality of your life.
The 7 Secrets to Living the Good Life are as follows:
• Know thyself – You must understand your unique needs before you do anything else. This is the beginning of happiness
• Develop a 21st Century Life Skill set – Be a skilled life “investor”- know the dangers; see the opportunities; invest in and build up skills; and diversify risks. Learn to navigate today’s waves of change. Think “worldly”; not provincially. Protect and build “capital”. These skills can be learned
• Wealth – Build ATMs – Earn as you go instead of all at once. This is a new approach to “wealth” building. Also, ensure that multiple streams of income are always available;
• Focus your everyday life around your loves not around earning money. Time is life – spend it wisely
• Priorities – Be present with who and what you love – otherwise what’s the point?
• Follow your dreams – this requires courage, drive and bold action
• Love thyself – you are beautiful just the way you are. Learn to eject the judgments of the world and just be you.
Master these 7 Secrets and you will never want for anything again. Once you learn and start to live by the 7 secrets, you will be on your way to a new life.

Author's Bio: 

Hugh DeBurgh, The Passionate Warrior, has dedicated his life to the achievement of the ultimate family lifestyle. You can find him writing about Creative Family Lifestyle Design over at his blog, The Way of the Passionate Warrior. Currently he is on the second leg of a worldwide travel adventure with his wife and four young children. Follow Hugh on Twitter or sign up for his RSS feed and don't miss an update!