Teach These to Your Kids So They Would Grow Up Being Hardworking and Responsible (Video)

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Teach These to Your Kids So That They Grow Up Being Hardworking and Responsible

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Posted by Do Good on Wednesday, March 21, 2018

 

  1. The unknown is never as scary as it seems.
    Do something a little scary every day. You’ll be thrilled one day.
  2. Do what other people are not willing to do.
    After a week, you’ll be uncommon. After a month, you’ll be special. After a year, you’ll be incredible.
  3. Look below the surface to be a good friend.
    Pay attention, so you can answer the unasked question. That way, you’ll be a great friend.
  4. Achieving a huge goal always starts with one small step.
    The first step is by far the hardest. Every successive step will be a lot easier.
  5. Live the life you want to live.
    Despite what people would say, your true friends will be proud of you. Better yet, you’ll be proud of yourself.
  6. “Good” is the best way to get to being “great.”
    The people who care about you will tell you how you can improve, and that means you’ll get to make improvements.
  7. Own your failure.
    Embrace it, learn from it, and take full responsibility for it. Next time, make sure things turn out differently.
  8. Help other people to feel good about themselves.
    Recognize the unrecognized people around you. You will earn the best kind of respect that comes from making their life different.
  9. Trust the power of hard work.
    You don’t always have to be first. Sometimes all you have to do is be the last person still trying.
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About the Author:

Syuaib, who works best from behind the scene, is Do Good’s Research and Publication Executive. A graduate with double majors in both the fields of religious study and biotechnology, he is also the Vice President for Malaysian Association of Youth Harmony, leading the movement of over 2,000 youths nationwide. He is also actively participating in other NGOs and engaging various civil society groups, holding the firm belief that a combination of universal values together with regular and social media engagements is the key for a better world.