Everyone Has Life Lessons To Share. What Really Matters is How You Tell Them.

Having and sharing are two different things which complement each other wonderfully.

Currently, there are 7.8 billion people in the world. Each one of them, having its way of living its life. One thing is to say that we are all different, and another thing is to say that all 7.8 billion people in this world are different. Now you understand how vast the differences are.

The thought process is different from person to person. Sure, there can be some similarities, but you will not find two people thinking in the same way.

Now, we all have life lessons. Some wiser, some more foolish. Some have a more comprehensive life experience, others more restricted. But to live a more meaningful life, you’ve got to start sharing what you’ve learned.

What Exactly Means to Share Your Life Experience?

“When somebody shares, everybody wins.”

Jim Rohn

Sharing your life experience means to empower people to live better. In the same time, it means to help others get over what you went through with even greater ease.

Also, sharing your life experience can help you build a community of people who have the same goals and perspective.

They say that one life is not enough to learn every possible lesson. But one life is more than enough if you would learn from other’s mistakes. However, sharing life experiences is just as important as how they are shared.

The Difference Between Despair and Hope is Just a Different Way of Telling Stories

The world is and will always be divided between positive and negative people. These are the two main versions of humanity when it comes to human character.

While it’s true that this world is neither good nor bad, at the same time, some stories may indeed be told differently depending on which of the two parties shares them.

While some may see only the bad parts if the washing machine has broken down, others may see the benefits that we will have to take a new one and that it will work better.

While some may be scared when they realized they have gained weight, others would say they can’t wait to start the new lifestyle with exercise and better nutrition to make them feel better than ever.

Life is a series of events. Everything that happens can be in a way, both good and bad. Instead, you are the one who can make a difference. By the way you see things and especially by the way you choose to present them to others.

How to Share Your Life Lessons?

One thing to keep in mind when you want to share your life lessons is to say only the most important things. Nobody has time to lose. These days, time is one of the most precious assets. We all like to hear successful stories, but the most important thing is to focus on writing your own.

The second most important thing is to look into the eyes of the person you are talking to. This might not be 100% possible if you speak in front of an audience, but when you can, do it.

By doing so, you will easily create a connection between you and the person in front of you. Not least, it is possible that your story will be better understood.

The third most important thing to keep in mind when you share your life lessons with somebody is highlighting the good parts. We can all remember at least one action movie that ended with a happy ending, but we can hardly remember a film that ended badly for the main character.

In the end, what matters the most is the fact that you’ve learned from the experiences, and your story ended well.

In Conclusion

Everyone has life lessons to share. While some people complain, others are grateful. While some of us can only see the negative parts, the others thoroughly enjoy their work’s fruits and choose to see only the positive aspects of their life.

We are all different. But this is precisely the reason why you should start sharing your life experiences. Because we can learn from each other and only in this way, we can truly grow from generation to generation. In the end, sharing is indeed caring.

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