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Last Updated on January 17, 2018

30 Movies You Should Watch Before 40

30 Movies You Should Watch Before 40

Movies are a brilliant way to teleport yourself into a different story where you have a different life in a different place with a whole lot of different people and out of the millions of movies out there, this list has picked out a little bit of everything so by the time you’re 40 you can say you know a little something about everything from the cult classics to the rom-coms. I have to say there are so many movies that could’ve made my list as I’m sure you’ve all seen many great ones you’d recommend, but still, it might be worth giving this smoothie of genres and decades a watch too if they sound like your cup of tea (or your bucket of popcorn!)

Classics

1. Fight Club (1999)

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    I’m starting with this cult classic because it’s an absolute favorite. The story revolves around an unnamed protagonist who in an attempt to overcome his struggles with masculinity and consumerism, starts a fight club “as a radical form of psychotherapy”. This movie is best watched without any spoilers, so don’t go around looking it up. Just watch it. Seriously.

    2. The Godfather (1972)

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      Who hasn’t heard of The Godfather. This film revolves around the outbreak of a gang war set in the late 1940’s that took place in NYC. The Godfather has been widely regarded as one of the “greatest films in world cinema” and as one of the most influential. If that’s not enough to sell it to you, I don’t know what will.

      3. Forrest Gump (1994)

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        Seems to be a recurring theme with movies based on novels. Starring the marvelous Tom Hanks, the story shows the naïve Forrest Gump’s life throughout several decades, who witnesses and even takes part in some of the most memorable events of the late 20th century. It’s such a light-hearted film but might make you feel a lot of things. In conclusion, it’s definitely a must-watch.

        4. Pulp Fiction (1994)

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          This Quentin Tarantino comedy crime masterpiece is a classic. With its ironic mix of violence and humor and lots of pop culture references this movie was nominated for 7 Oscars. Starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman, Pulp Fiction connects the story lines of LA mobsters, fringe players, small-time criminals and the mysterious briefcase. This movie could be broken down and analysed forever but the best way to get into all those interesting analytical discussions, is to give it a watch.

          5. Psycho (1960)

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            A classics list would be incomplete without Hitchcock. Once again based on a novel, this film is about Marion Crane, a secretary who ends up at a motel after embezzling money from an employer and the motel’s disturbed owner manager. It has been said to have “set a new level of acceptability for violence, deviant behavior and sexuality in American films” and the US Library of Congress said it was “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant.” Convinced?

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            6. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

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              Banker Andy Dufresne is convicted of a double murder even though he continues to proclaim his innocence. He’s then sentenced to a life time in Shawshank State Prison where he meets “Red” and faces the ugly realities of prison life. Think a little Orange Is The New Black? Or maybe not! If you’ve liked American History X, City of God or Trainspotting then this is definitely your type.

              7. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

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                Along the vibes of The Truman Show and a little American Beauty, this movie is one of Nicholson’s best. McMurphy escapes prison by pleading insanity and when sent to a ward for the mentally unstable, he both endures and witnesses the abuse and degradation of the Nurse Ratched and of course, the nurse must be taken down. Great plot line and also – surprise, surprise! – based on a book.

                8. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

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                  One of my absolute favorites. You have Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet at one of their finest moments playing the intriguing Joel and Clementine. This is also another that is best watched without any spoilers but the gist of it is that Clementine applies to undergo a procedure to erase Joel from her memories but the experience in itself allows them to truly understand what they had in the first place. Filled with beautiful quotes and really intriguing moments, this one is a top recommendation for the indie film lovers out there.

                  9. Her (2013)

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                    I was wondering whether I should add a new film to the list or not but this list would be incomplete without Her. In a world where artificially intelligent operating systems have become accessible to everyone and are designed to have a conscious, Theodore finds himself developing a very unlikely relationship with his OS, Samantha. This film truly touches on our dependency when it comes to technology and what our possible dystopia/utopia could look like. Very thought provoking.

                    10. American Beauty (1999)

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                      This one is a true classic. With the brilliant Kevin Spacy as Lester Burnham, a depressed suburban father struggling with a mid-life crisis, American Beauty truly explores the life of suburban America from the housewife archetype to the American dream with just the perfect amount of nostalgic vibes for the modern viewer.

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                      11. Saving Private Ryan (1998)

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                        Following the invasion of Normandy, two brothers lay dead while in New Guinea a third brother has been killed fighting the Japanese. After the Army General Staff learns that a fourth brothers missing in the French countryside, a rescue mission is sent to find the young soldier and return him home. This mission to “Save Private Ryan” is a thrilling, although intensely graphic journey.

                        12. Full Metal Jacket (1987)

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                          Full Metal Jacket, directed by Stanley Kubrick, is a war film about the dehumanization of U.S. recruits in the Vietnam War both in the brutal boot camps to the streets in Hue. Focused on the Tet Offensive, this film is a great look back into history with all its grim bits left in.

                          13. Platoon (1986)

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                            Following the theme of the Vietnam War, Platoon is the first film of a trilogy of Vietnam War films by Oliver Stone and is based on Stone’s own experiences as a U.S. infantryman  in contrast with John Wayne’s vision of the war as portrayed in The Green Berets. It’s also the first Hollywood film to be written and directed by a veteran of the war in Vietnam.

                            14. 300 (2007)

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                              300 is an American fantasy action film based on the 1998 comic series of the same name by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley, which is a retelling of the Battle of Thermopylae. The plot is about King Leonidas who leads 300 Spartans into battle against the Persian Xerxes. Definitely a classic and one that I have watched one too many times.

                              15. Schindler’s List (1993)

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                                The first time I watched this movie was for History class and when I got home I decided to watch the full thing and boy was I not disappointed. Schindler’s List is considered an “epic historical drama film” directed and co-produced by the legendary Spielbrg. The story is based on the life of Oskar Schindler who was a German businessman who saved more than a thousand Polish-Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.

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                                16. Léon: The Professional (1994)

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                                  This English-language French thriller film is about Mathilda, a 12-year-old girl played by a young – and brilliant – Natalie Portman, who is taken in by a mob hit man after her family is murdered. The film revolves around the formation of an unusual relationship between Mathilda and the hit man as she becomes his protégée making it a very interesting watch.

                                  17. Kill Bill (2003)

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                                    Another Quentin Tarantino creation. The movie follows “The Bride”, a former member of an assassination team who seeks revenge on her ex-colleagues who massacred members of her wedding party and tried to kill her along with them. If you like a little crazy, go for it.

                                    18. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

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                                      Who hasn’t heard of The Lord of the Rings? Set in Middle-earth, the Dark Lord Sauron is seeking the One Ring which has found its way to the hobbit Frodo. The film was highly acclaimed to be “an achievement in the fantasy film genre and has continued to feature on critics’ lists of the greatest fantasy films ever made. If you’ve been hesitant about watching the series or just want to know what the heck the buzz is about, then I suggest you just dive in.

                                      19. The Matrix (1999)

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                                        I refuse to turn 40 without getting the millions of Matrix references and I bet you do too. For all of you curious to know what the buzz is about, The Matrix is set in a dystopian future in which reality is actually simulated (and called “The Matrix”) created by these sentient machines to subdue the human population while their bodies’ heat is used as an energy source. Pretty morbid huh?

                                        20. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

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                                          Another recent one I thought I might as well add to keep the time periods of the list diverse. Directed by Bryan Singer, Days of Future Past is the seventh installment of the X-Men film series and the sequel to both X-Men: First Class and X-Men: The Last Stand. If superhero films are your thing and you’re all for Marvel, then go watch it now!

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                                          21. Memento (2000)

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                                            Memento is a psychological thriller about Leonard Shelby who suffers of anterograde amnesia which damages his ability to store new memories and has developed a system for recollection using hand-written notes, tattoos and Polaroid photos. This one requires a little attention, so it’s not the film to multi-task doing something else while watching because it’s more than what it seems.

                                            22. The Dark Knight (2008)

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                                              This list would be incomplete without BATMAN. This is for you DC lovers. The film is the sequel to Batman Begins and there’s not much to say about this except the fact that it is the home of one of Heath Ledger’s best performances ever. So watch it whether superheroes are your jam or not because I guarantee you Heath Ledger will make it worth your time.

                                              23. Vertigo (1958)

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                                                Alfred Hitchcock is back once again. The film revolves around former police detective John Ferguson who is forced into early retirement because an incident has caused him to develop acrophobia, which is the extreme fear of heights, and vertigo, which is a sensation of false, rotational movement. It’s also the first film to utilize the dolly zoom, an in-camera effect that distorts perspective to create disorientation which is now often referred to as “the Vertigo effect” after the movie!

                                                24. Cabin in the Woods (2012)

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                                                  A little warning about this film is don’t watch it if you’re scared of clowns. I know this from personal experience. This is a satirical horror film about five friends who go for a break at a remote cabin in the woods where they “discover the truth behind the cabin.” Trust me, the film will sell itself better than I ever will. Being satirical and having lots of thought put into the consideration of the details it’s an intriguing watch if you pay attention.

                                                  25. Shutter Island (2010)

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                                                    This list cannot be complete without Leonardo DiCaprio who stars as U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels who is investigating the disappearance of a murderess who escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane and finds himself in one roller coaster of a journey leading him to doubt everything from his memory, his partner and even his own sanity. Brilliant movie.

                                                    Rom-Coms

                                                    26. Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)

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                                                      Another one based on a book, this film is a lighthearted watch about a British woman who decides to keep a personal diary in order to improve her health, her job and her love life. It’s such a relatable story and will definitely motivate you to get your New Year’s Resolutions together and start your own Diary!

                                                      27. Clueless (1995)

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                                                        Cher Horowitz is the Queen Bee of high school in Beverly Hills but not in a “Mean Girls” way more in a witty, charming and intelligent way. Cher Horowitz taught me never to settle for anything less than what I deserve and the entire film just discusses aspects of teenage life that most people sugarcoat or just think are too trivial to even talk about. Also, their fashion is on point therefore Clueless holds a special place in my heart.

                                                        28. (500) Days of Summer (2009)

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                                                          To most, this is immediately seen as a cliche, but if the viewers were to look deeper into the characters and how they’re presented to us, (500) Days of Summer becomes a whole lot more interesting. Summer played by the perfect-for-this-role Zooey Deschanel doesn’t believe in love but is also very difficult to draw any conclusions from as she’s only seen through Tom’s eyes who is insanely infatuated with her that he refuses to believe she might not be the girl he’s destined for.

                                                          29. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

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                                                            Did you know that this film was adapted from William Shakespeare’s play “The Taming of the Shrew”? Well now you know! This film handles the ridiculous cliches of high school so expertly making it so believable and the cast is fabulous with the one and only Heath Ledger rising above the rest.

                                                            30. Annie Hall (1977)

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                                                              Directed by Woody Allen and starring Allen as Alvy Singer, who is trying to figure out the reasons for the failure of his relationship with Annie, played by Diane Keaton who actually had the role written specifically for her. The film discusses love, sexuality and Jewish identity which I feel is a great film to end this list with as it has a more serious approach despite being part of the usually trivialized rom com genre.

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                                                              Last Updated on October 30, 2018

                                                              How To Be Successful In Life? 13 Tips From The Most Successful People

                                                              How To Be Successful In Life? 13 Tips From The Most Successful People

                                                              What is success to you? How to be successful in life?

                                                              To some, when they think of success, they imagine wealth; others want power; some just want to make a positive impact on the world.

                                                              All of these are perfectly valid, indeed success is a concept that means different things to different people. Though no matter what success is to you, it almost certainly isn’t something will come easily.

                                                              There are countless guides and books to being successful, however, as success is personal and unique to each individual. The advice contained in these books can often not be relevant. Therefore following the advice of a single individual can often be unhelpful.

                                                              With this in mind, considering the advice of a great many people, people whose ideas of success were different both to each other, and quite possibly, to you can be a good alternative.

                                                              What follows is a list of thirteen of the best pieces of advice from some of the most successful people who have ever lived. If you want to learn how to be successful, these 13 tips are essential:

                                                              1.Think big.

                                                                From Michelangelo Buonarroti, Great Renaissance Artist:

                                                                “The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.”

                                                                There are few artists as influential as Michaelangelo. Today centuries after his death, his work still inspires and connects to people. His work is world famous, just think of his statue of David, or the Mural in the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican.

                                                                Imagine then, if he decided not to work as an artist.

                                                                Being a successful artist has always been extremely difficult, imagine if he decided to give up this ambition in favour of something easier?

                                                                Oftentimes, people often decided to put their dreams aside for something more “realistic”. To give up their dream for something easier. This quote teaches us the danger of such a point of view.
                                                                Instead be ambitious.

                                                                2.Find what you love to do and do it.

                                                                  From Oprah Winfrey, Media Mogul:

                                                                  “You know you are on the road to success if you would do your job and not be paid for it.”

                                                                  This is a good quote to remember and think about when you’re at work.

                                                                  Imagine being as successful as possible in your current job. Ultimately you’ll probably find yourself working extremely hard and this it will take up much of your time.

                                                                  If it’s a job you hate, then being successful at it might only mean filling your life with something you hate to do. What’s the sense in this?

                                                                  Instead, why not focus on doing something you love? When you’ve found what you’re passionate about, you get the motivation to keep you moving. Success at this means the fulfilment of your dreams.

                                                                  Not sure what your passion is yet? You should learn about this Motivation Engine first.

                                                                  Even if you’re not successful, you still filled your time with something you love to do. Many successful musicians spent years of their lives doing unpaid performances, the only reason they kept playing was because they loved to perform.

                                                                  3. Learn how to balance life.

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                                                                    From Phil Knight, CEO of Nike Inc.:

                                                                    “There is an immutable conflict at work in life and in business, a constant battle between peace and chaos. Neither can be mastered, but both can be influenced. How you go about that is the key to success.”

                                                                    All too often, people think that to be successful, they need to make the object of their success their life.

                                                                    If a person thinks their job will lead them to success, then they may spend countless hours per day, and well into the evening working hard.

                                                                    However this comes at the cost of rest, your health and having an enjoyable life. Ultimately they may burn out and cease to be successful at their job anyway.

                                                                    If success comes from having a strong social life and a good group of friends, their job may suffer; meaning that they may lose their job, and then be unable to afford going out with friends.

                                                                    In these ways, success, as Phil Knight says above, is helped by balance. Think of it as a balance between rest and work, or work and play.

                                                                    To achieve that balance, this Ultimate Guide to Prioritizing Your Work And Life can help you.

                                                                    4. Do not be afraid of failure.

                                                                      From Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motors:

                                                                      “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.”

                                                                      There is a story, it’s unconfirmed whether it actually happened, yet the message within is none the less true:

                                                                      Thomas Edison inventing the lightbulb was the result of several hundred failed attempts. In an interview, he was asked “How do you feel after all of your failed attempts?”

                                                                      His response was great, “I didn’t fail, I learned hundreds of ways not to invent the lightbulb”

                                                                      He saw each “failure” as a lesson. From that lesson he learned what won’t work, and also might work instead.

                                                                      Each failed attempt, each rejection, were key steps on his path to success. It is easy to feel like you should give up after a failure. But perhaps in that failure is a lesson.

                                                                      Pay attention to your failures, study them. Perhaps then you’ll learn how to succeed.

                                                                      5. Have an unwavering resolution to succeed.

                                                                        From Colonel Sanders, Founder of KFC:

                                                                        “I made a resolve then that I was going to amount to something if I could. And no hours, nor amount of labor, nor amount of money would deter me from giving the best that there was in me. And I have done that ever since, and I win by it. I know.”

                                                                        This, in many ways relates to the above quote about learning from your failures.

                                                                        It’s the easiest thing in the world to give up from a failure. The only way to push on is if you have the true burning desire to succeed, to not be moved or dissuaded from your goals.

                                                                        If you are not truly dedicated towards success, then each failure will hurt more, each set back will slow you down.

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                                                                        Success is hard; without the unwavering desire to succeed, this difficulty may seem insurmountable. With the desire, it is merely an obstacle to go through.

                                                                        6. Be a person of action.

                                                                          From Leonardo da Vinci, Renaissance Genius:

                                                                          “It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”

                                                                          Though it was said hundreds of years ago, it works just as much today as it ever had. It applies to literally any successful person.

                                                                          Think about it, picture someone like William Shakespeare:

                                                                          When we think of the time he lived in, we think of the time in a way shaped by him. When we think of Renissance era Italy, we think of Michaelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.

                                                                          Or think about the present day:

                                                                          Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. Our current way of life would simply be incomparably different if they didn’t accomplish what they did.

                                                                          You’re probably reading this article on a device by a company that they either founded or companies influenced by them.

                                                                          All these figures were proactive, they saw ways to do things differently and did them. If they let the world shape them, then they’d simply fit into the background. Instead they shaped the world.

                                                                          Applying this to you?

                                                                          Don’t be afraid of going outside the norm. If you can think of a better way to do something, do it that way. If you fail, try again.

                                                                          7. Avoid conflicts.

                                                                            From Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of America: “

                                                                            The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.”

                                                                            The best leaders and some of the most influential people (and Theodore Roosevelt is one of the best leaders and one of the most influential people to have lived) were not those who caused commotions, who fought with people or disregarded people; but were people who were friendly to those around them.

                                                                            People liked them. They wanted them to do well.

                                                                            This is key to good leadership.

                                                                            It’s logical. If someone likes you, they want to help you; if you give them a suggestion, they’ll gladly follow through with it.

                                                                            But if someone doesn’t like you, they may either refuse to help or actively get in your way.

                                                                            What’s more, it’s always a good idea to cultivate good relationships. You can never tell who will prove to become someone who’ll be able to help you in a big way, or even be a good and supportive friend.

                                                                            As such, help people and they may help you; and be good to people, and they my be good to you.

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                                                                            8. Don’t be afraid of introducing new ideas.

                                                                              From Mark Twain, Famed Author:

                                                                              “A person with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.”

                                                                              It is an unfortunate truth that those with the boldest ideas are often disregarded.

                                                                              Most of us are taught from an early age to think and do things similarly to everyone else. This can be great to fill an existing role. But to truly do things differently (and all successful people did things differently), you need to think differently.

                                                                              If you have a new idea, don’t throw it away because it’s new and different; instead, celebrate it. Your strange new idea might one day be the one that leads you to success.

                                                                              9. Believe in your capacity to succeed.

                                                                                From Walter Disney, Founder of Walt Disney Company:

                                                                                “If you can dream it, you can do it.”

                                                                                Success has to be something you can imagine yourself achieving.

                                                                                It is possible that you will come across those who doubt you and your ability to succeed. You must not become one of these people because the moment you cease believing and dreaming is the moment these dreams fall away.

                                                                                Keep dreaming!

                                                                                10. Always maintain a positive mental attitude.

                                                                                  From Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of America:

                                                                                  “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.”

                                                                                  Like the above quote says, you need to trust in your ability to succeed. This is the only way to cultivate the right mindset.

                                                                                  Replace negative thoughts with the positive ones. You need to approach problems, not as obstacles stopping you, but merely tasks that need to be completed for you to keep going.

                                                                                  If you stay positive and think like this, setbacks won’t affect you so much, people’s doubts won’t impact you and even the biggest obstacles will seem like minor problems.

                                                                                  However with the wrong mindset of doubt, you’ll be much easier to stop.

                                                                                  11. Don’t let discouragement stop you from pressing on.

                                                                                    From Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of America:

                                                                                    “Let no feeling of discouragement prey upon you, and in the end you are sure to succeed.”

                                                                                    It is an unfortunate fact of human nature — all of us in some way, doubt ourselves. This can be made far worse if others doubt us too.

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                                                                                    When surrounded by doubts, giving up can actually seem like a good idea.

                                                                                    Don’t pay attention to the doubts. If you are discouraged, ignore it.

                                                                                    If this discouragement moves into your mind and you begin to doubt yourself. It is important to ignore this too.

                                                                                    Take a look at these 5 Ways to Stop Self Doubt in its Tracks.

                                                                                    12. Be willing to work hard.

                                                                                      From JC Penny, Founder of JC Penney Inc.:

                                                                                      “Unless you are willing to drench yourself in your work beyond the capacity of the average man, you are just not cut out for positions at the top.”

                                                                                      You might have heard the quote that “success is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration” or you may have heard about the 10,000 hours idea.

                                                                                      Whichever way you frame it, they say one thing:

                                                                                      True success comes from work.

                                                                                      You’ll never become successful if you don’t work towards your goal in life and keep working towards it.

                                                                                      Check out this article and you’ll understand Why Hard Work Beats Talent.

                                                                                      13. Be brave enough to follow your intuition.

                                                                                        From Steve Jobs, Co-founder of Apple Inc.:

                                                                                        “Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

                                                                                        In ancient Greece, there was a group of Oracles who lived in Delphi. Everyone who needed advice or to know their future visited them, from the poorest of society to kings. Above the doorway of the temple were the words “know thyself”.

                                                                                        If you strongly believe and desire something, the chances are that you already have an idea how to get there. If not, you may naturally know what things will help you and what things will slow you down.

                                                                                        It’s like how your body can detect danger even when things seem safe.

                                                                                        Ultimately then, you need to trust your own instincts.

                                                                                        Final thoughts

                                                                                        What you might have noticed is that many of the above lessons are similar — most are about developing the right state of mind. This clearly suggests that the key to achieving success, in whatever you wish, comes down to the way you approach it mentally.

                                                                                        Moreover, no matter what stage of life you’re at now, you can still make a difference and pursue success. You can make resetting your life possible when you do this:

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