Okay, it’s silly to say that “two things” define you. I suspect it’s more like 436 things that define you. Or more likely all your DNA and all your experiences, which is like a billion things.
Still, this is a good quote, and way more meaningful than “Your DNA and all your experiences define you.” 😂
I would agree that patience and attitude are pretty key.
Two things define you: Your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything.George Bernard Shaw
Thanks to Jyotichamp for leading me to this quote!
Getting older is good! Well, not in every way — I’m getting near-sighted and having trouble bending my legs. 🤷🏻♂️ But in more significant ways, aging makes you better.
I don’t love the name of this article, but I do like the observations it contains.
👉 The Incredibly Harsh Lessons You Learn with Age
These are some great lessons learned from aging, and I agree with them all.
- Nothing is ever “done”
- Success increases with your ability to be vulnerable
- There is always another struggle coming next
- You always have more to learn
- Being uncomfortable feels the best
I especially like the last one.
As you age and you understand the struggle never ends, you learn to move closer to uncomfortable situations because that’s where progress is unlocked and fulfillment can be found.