But at the end of the day, it relates to almost all four of these “agreements” when you think about it. Here are the four chords that were taken directly from the book. Let them pass together. Of course, not everyone is perfect. You won`t always follow these so-called “agreements,” but if you make an effort, it can change your life. Simple yet life-changing advice. It`s the first time I`ve heard of the book from an entrepreneur I`ve followed on Twitter – he says he reads it every week. It`s a quick read. Now I have the chords on a bracelet and I try to think about them when I wake up.
Do yourself a favor and learn more about it! The last time these four were on this pennies was in an article from a year ago from /u/saicho. I know that many of us have not read it yet. I read it in session today. I recommend it. It is not very long. It really gave me a new perspective on the origin of suffering and our place in the world. The agreements apply from work to the family. “Always do your best” helps you recharge after a failed sales interview that you`ve been practicing for days. “Don`t make assumptions” will help you communicate and ask better questions before destroying your relationship out of insecurity. “Don`t take anything personal” will help you see the world clearer over time.
You got it. Believe in yourself and in the success you can achieve. I have four tips for you. Follow them, think of them and you will do well with practice: the four agreements are an attempt to bring inner peace. You are an attempt at reprogramming. There have been thousands of trials over the years, so you don`t feel too bad if it doesn`t resonate with you. Look for another way that gives you a sense of well-being. But the power of the four agreements is indisputable. You can use them every day in any situation.
You go beyond the “rules,” so you don`t have to throw away old beliefs if you don`t want to. If you “agree” with them and “do your best” to follow them, you can go to bed each night with a clear conscience. The four chords are full of things that really annoy me like “If you think you have cancer, you`ll end up having cancer” But overall, I feel like the message is good. Don`t put negativity in your life, and if you don`t have anything good to say about someone, don`t say it. I am so happy to read this article because it reinforces something that took me 30 years of life to learn for myself. Lately, like the last few days or weeks, I have been thinking a lot about these things, because of the major changes in my social life over the last 9 months, and especially last month. I realized that I felt so much better when I practiced this, and that people can enjoy my business. It`s a bit weird, but to some extent I can see in other people some of the mistakes I`ve made before when I didn`t think so.
I use the game “Never take in person” so often in my line of work and examples of people who exist in their own universe, from which we cannot understand their point of view. Then a quick Segue in the 3rd and 4th convention to seal the deal. I don`t know if it`s ever going to collapse, but it`s pretty intoxicating that people agree with me long enough for me to get fucked from home.