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10 Things I Learned from 2010

Updated on May 5, 2011

The Top 10 Things I Learned from 2010

Bringing in the New Year with Love and a Dream, now that's how you bring in the New Year. Wishing everyone Peace, Blessings, Love and a Dream - Your Dream.

The Top 10 Things I Learned from 2010

1. Even 1 second can make a major difference in the direction of your life.

2. Spend more time with your kids and loved ones.

3. Think before doing.

4. It's not failure if you fall, it's only failure if you stop trying and don't get back up.

5. Rid negative people from your life. Basically that means, love your family, and pick CAREFULLY your friends.

6. Stop doing stupid stuff. You already know what's going to happen :)

7. Don't drink and drive! At least don't drink that much...

8. Love yourself unconditionally

9. Have standards, set standards, and obide by those standards

10. Know what you want out of life; don't allow others to choose for you.


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    • tinisha12 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      Thanks Ashantine, that's an excellent lesson learned.

    • Ashantina profile image


      7 years ago

      Biggest lesson learned 2010: to be free.

      Great hub!

    • tinisha12 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      thank you...

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      Joseph Attard 

      7 years ago from Gozo, Malta, EU.

      yes,Wise words indeed. You made me remeember the song from the Sound of Music : Follow your dream, sung by the Abbess of the Convent. We should find our Dream and follow it at all costs, without letting anyone or anything distract us from it. Happy New Year to All.

    • tinisha12 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      Thanks for the comments. Yep lessons learned and life goes on...And I agree being grateful is what it's about.

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      7 years ago

      Wise words indeed!

      No looking back ... just being grateful for even the smallest insignificant things.

    • Alphonso Taylor profile image

      Alphonso Taylor 

      7 years ago from Washington, DC

      What I've learned from 2010 is to trust my first instincts more better, when I know they are right. In other words, just use my better judgment. It could have gotten me out of certain situations before they even happened. But, oh well, I live and learned my lessons and life goes on in 2011.


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