My Rules of success

@erictsuma (3240)
Mombasa, Kenya
June 29, 2020 4:46am CST
Today I am going to share to you my rules of success. I find these rules more realistic and I have been trying to implement these rules and I am still continuing to put them into practice, Although I am not perfect yet but I am still trying.Wi normally like tow challenge myself. Do you also have your rules of success?
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@just4him (210132)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
29 Jun
I like your rules. I've never written them down. If I did they would be a lot like yours.
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
Thank you my friend.
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@just4him (210132)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
29 Jun
@erictsuma You're welcome.
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
@just4him Thanks.
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@Adie04 (5296)
29 Jun
Thanks for the quotes or words of wisdom. It is true indeed.
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
Thank you my friend I really appreciate that.
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@Adie04 (5296)
29 Jun
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
@Adie04 You're welcome my friend.
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@Corbin5 (192688)
• United States
29 Jun
I do feel that the more patient I am the more successful I will be.
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
That's very true, patience is the key.
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@owlwings (42563)
• Cambridge, England
29 Jun
I don't really have any 'rules of success' but, when writing, I find it helps to revise what I have written by reading it out aloud (or, more often, sub voce) to make sure that it expresses what I mean. If it's a difficult or important piece of text, I sometimes try it out on someone else before publishing it. I am curious about your use of the words 'practice' and 'practise' in your rules above. In British/Universal English, 'practice' is the normal spelling for the noun and 'practise' is used for the verb (Americans tend to use 'practice' as both the noun and the verb). I think that you should have "Practise patience" and "Practice makes perfect". Words like 'advice/advise' and 'licence/license' also follow the same rule ('advice' and 'advise' are easy to remember because they are pronounced differently).
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
Thank you for your correction my friend,You see English is my second language and I am ready to learn from you guys and I really appreciate your corrections
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@marlina (102364)
• Canada
1 Jul
@erictsuma I also appreciate when someone corrects my mistakes in English,
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
1 Jul
@marlina Me too.
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@Lavanya15 (5891)
• Chennai, India
29 Jun
Your suggestions are very important to reach any goals of us. I always follow those in my life for reaching my goals.
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
That's nice.
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@Lavanya15 (5891)
• Chennai, India
30 Jun
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
30 Jun
@moonandstars (38123)
• Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)
30 Jun
i'm trying to implement patience cause, that's a relevant point in our lives.
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
1 Jul
Yes it is.
@Ecoy41 (2200)
30 Jun
Yes. There many rules composite to achieving success. I also have "Work the hardest you can get." "Push your limits."
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
30 Jun
Yes exactly .
• Agra, India
29 Jun
Yes...and for me hard work has no substitute at all
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
That's is good
@sitia1 (95)
29 Jun
I don't have rules in my mind, but I'm made a point2 to improve my self, that become change my act to being success, anyone have different ways to be success
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@erictsuma (3240)
• Mombasa, Kenya
29 Jun
That is very true my friend . Thank you.
@marlina (102364)
• Canada
1 Jul
My rules are about the same as yours,
@snowy22315 (93185)
• United States
1 Jul
I have learned late in life to be more patient. It has always been a problem for me.
@SHOHANA (10948)
• Bangladesh
30 Jun
Yup practicing patience quite tough for me, and that's why success far away from me
@kanuck1 (1892)
• Canada
30 Jun
I also follow that list and also pray for wisdom.