Today, @ApexOliver dropped some solid advice. I say it’s solid because I already enjoy the benefits this approach to life. But it’s his advice and I recommend it to you.
You can find the unrolled thread here.
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Serving 3 years in the army has taught me a lot.
I hereby present you 20 lessons I learned in the army that you can apply to your lives today!
1-Have a routine, wake up the same time and sleep the same time, that’s how you create an effective schedule.
2-Always know what you have to do next. Work with a To-Do list.
3- Work on your discipline, it can save your life.
4-More sweat in the training grounds equals less blood in the battlefield.
5-Disregard advice from people without skin in the game.
6-Always look Fresh&Clean, respect yourself and others will respect you.
7-When you enter a situation, always know your exit.
8-Always have a clear well-defined plan of action (Masterplan).
9-Expect plan A to fuck, have plan B.
10-The higher ups don’t give a fuck about you, only about their career.
11-Choose your team wisely, your life may depend on it.
12-Respect your word, a man without a word is not a man.
13-Bold moves surprise the enemy and create momentum, be Bold.
14-Take care of your tools and treat them with respect.
15-Don’t chase your enemy, let him come to you. Use baits if you can.
16-Fear and Anxiety before action are natural, embrace it and let it sharpen your senses and instincts.
17-You may start off with a team, but sometimes you’ll have to carry on alone all by yourself.
18-Keep your eyes on the ball, it’s easy to get distracted in the battlefield (and the digital world).
19-When in doubt, err on the side of action.
20-Focus on one big mission at a time. 1 big bird in the hands is better than 2 on the tree.