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100+ Best Illustrations Of Lifehack In 2016 You Wouldn’t Like To Miss

100+ Best Illustrations Of Lifehack In 2016 You Wouldn’t Like To Miss

As 2016 is coming to an end, it’s time to wrap up the year by summarizing what we have learned, how much we have achieved, how we inspired each other, and what we can set as our goals for the year to come. With the list of Lifehack’s most popular 2016 pieces already waiting for you to read through, it’s time to count down the list of 100+ best illustrations of Lifehack in 2016 you simply cannot miss.

1. How to spot a faker

    Think you can tell right away if someone is faking it just to get what they want? These eight signs can help you to discover if the person you are dealing with is truly genuine or they are tricking you into believing so.

    2. Friend or foe

      It’s interesting how most of us, even though we think we have figured everything out, still could use some help, like this reminder, in order to make a clear cut with toxic people we considered our friends.

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      3. If you swear a lot, that might mean you are highly intelligent

        Learn what other unusual traits differentiate highly intelligent people from the average intelligent ones. Being messy is one of those.

        4. Is the glass half full or empty

          Do you see obstacles as chances for growth or do they bring you down and stop you from trying? Is your life a wonderful adventure where you create joy for yourself, or do you believe that life is too hard and you have to struggle all the time? Where do you stand in the positive vs negative people comparison?

          5. Don’t be scared to walk alone

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            Although you most certainly have some amazing memories from the past trips you took with your friends or family, you always had to compromise one way or the other, so as to meet everyone’s desires. Traveling alone will not only give you the freedom of doing only the things you like, and visiting places you want, but it will also help you become much more independent, and self-aware.

            6. How the way you were raised determines your life perspective

              Brilliant take on how people’s upbringing and the type of childhood they had, can shape their character and their perspective on life.

              7. Mental strength 101

                Mentally strong people live in the present, have patience and don’t seek approval. Learn what other personality traits differentiate mentally strong people from weaker ones in 15, easy to digest points.

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                8. Some people are just “destined” to prosper

                  A lot has been said about a growth mindset that seems to be the key element in achieving success in life. Find out if you have what it takes to fully realize your potentials.

                  9. It’s time for some big cuts

                    As you are compiling a list of your new year resolutions, take a look at the list of people who do not deserve to waste your time and energy any longer.

                    10. If it’s superficial, don’t call it empathy

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                      Way too long, people have been mistaking each surface understanding and emotion with empathy. The illustration explains subtle, but significant differences between sympathy and empathy.

                      11.  Leader role misconceptions

                        Even though today many great leaders have thought us that being a leader means having an open mind and great respect for other human beings, it is always good to keep in mind some of the most important traits that separate a truly remarkable leader from a bad one.

                        12. A lesson in gratitude

                          There’s no better way to end a year than to show appreciation not only for all the great things we have achieved this year, but for those we sometimes take for granted.

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                          8 Powerful Reasons to Love Your Enemies

                          8 Powerful Reasons to Love Your Enemies

                          We’ve all got our enemies; people who take pleasure in causing us pain and misery. Sometimes, the development of an enemy is due to certain differences in your characters and events have led to that. Other times, some people end up hating you for apparently no reason at all.

                          Regardless of how you got this enemy, as opposed to the paradigm of fighting fire with fire, consider the following reasons and see why you should actually appreciate your enemies. This article will show you not only how to not be bothered by your enemies, but how to actually foster love for them.

                          Read on to learn the secret.

                          1. It’s a practical lesson in anger management

                          To be honest, your enemies are the best people to help you understand your sense of anger management. When it might be true that your enemies have a way of bringing out the worst in you as regards anger, it is also true that they can help you in your quest to have that anger managed. You can’t get truly angry at someone you love and it is only in that time when you get truly annoyed that you learn how to manage it.

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                          Anger management is more effective when it is in practice and not in theory

                          Your enemies are like the therapists who you need, but actually don’t want. Inasmuch as you might want to hate them, they provide you an opportunity to control the anger impulse that you have.

                          2. It’s an opportunity for healthy competition

                          You might not know it, but your enemies make for great rivals as they help harness the competitor in you (sometimes, you might not even know or bee conversant with this competitive side until you come across an adversary). You get the right motivation to compete and this can go a long way to spur you to victory.

                          However, while doing so, it is also essential that you remember not to become a worse version of yourself while competing. Working against an adversary is tricky, and you need to ensure that you don’t cause harm to yourself or your morals in the process. Healthy competition is all you need to get out of this.

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                          3. Their negative comments can help you make a breakthrough

                          It is true that your enemies never really have much good to say about you. However, in as much as they might be talking out of a place of hate, there might be some truth to what they’re saying.

                          To wit, whenever you hear something mean or nasty from an enemy, you might want to take a step back and evaluate yourself. There is a chance that what this enemy is saying is true and coming to face that fact is a major step in helping you to become a better person overall. This is another testament to the fact that enemies can be therapists in their own way.

                          4. Enemies can also be powerful allies

                          Loving your enemies can also mean making an effort to interact and make peace with them. In the end, if you are able to establish some common ground and patch things up, you’ll have succeeded in making another friend. And who doesn’t need friends?

                          This can also help you in working with people in the long run. You get to hone your inter-personal skills, and that can be a big plus to your ledger.

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                          5. It gives you the ability to realize positivity

                          In a multitude of negativity, a speck of positivity always seems to find its way through.

                          Sometimes, a knowledge of the fact that you have enemies will also help you to focus on the many positives and good things that are in your life. A lot of times, we neglect what really matters in life. This can be due to being overly concerned with the enemies we have.

                          However, it is also possible for this acknowledgement to spur you to take a step back and appreciate the goo things (and people who surround you).

                          6. There might just be a misunderstanding

                          Sometimes, the reason why you have an enemy might be something very innocuous. You might not have known the cause of this fractured relationship and your enemy will help complete the picture.

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                          Simply approaching them will help you to understand the reason for the fracture. This, in turn, can help you to work towards healing your relationship moving forward. Misunderstandings happen, and you need to be able to work around them.

                          7. You learn to appreciate love as well

                          A constant reminder of the fact that there are enemies will also help you not to take those who love you for granted. Love and hate are two opposing emotions and it is possible for one to momentarily overshadow the other.

                          However, while you’ll always have enemies, there will also always be people who love you. These people need to be appreciated for what they do for you. Never let the hate projected to you from your enemies take the place of that.

                          8. Do you really need the hate?

                          The truth is that enemies bring only toxic emotions and generate bad reactions from you. If you’re truly to live a prosperous life, you can’t really be carrying all this baggage around.

                          Hate is bad and you should try all you can to get rid of it. It is a well-known fact that nobody can get really far in life while carrying a lot of emotional baggage. Well, hate is the biggest form of emotional baggage there is.

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