Systematicity as a factor of life’s prosperity

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When I was little, I wondered why it is that some people succeed, have money and do a lot in life and others don’t. It seemed to me that doing “something” was so easy. I looked at the people passing by on the street around me, they were all taller than me and looked down on me, throwing their ambiguous looks in my direction. Then I thought to myself “I wonder what they think, what’s on their mind and why they look at me like that?”. Some people expressed joy and happiness in their eyesight, others expressed anxiety, and still others expressed hard to identify emotions. Now I know what they expressed: tiredness and lack of motivation.






So many emotions can be expressed with your face, with your eyes, that we are not even aware that we do it ourselves at every minute of everyday. And the regularity? Are we able to read from a person without talking to them? I don’t know about you, but I haven’t succeeded yet, so when I was a small child I didn’t think about it at all and I didn’t know that this is a factor that can be identified with life’s achievements.




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When I was a small child, my parents signed me up for various activities. Starting with tennis, dancing, piano, and an English course. I remember my aversion to some of them; most of all to learning to play the piano. It was a pure ordeal that I had to go through once a week in class and a few times a week to do homework that my teacher asked me. I played for over two years and after that time I decided to rebel. I wouldn’t play anymore because what’s good about doing it by force? Most people would say nothing. Although I used to say this, now I completely disagree. All these activities have taught me one very important thing that affects my whole life: regularity. It’s not important that I don’t remember notes, tennis tricks or dance arrangements, the important thing is that as a young child I was able to attend classes regularly and I still use all that I learnt now. And you know what the biggest paradox is? I used to hate playing and now I enjoy playing. I came back to it and it comes with incredible ease. Now it’s not boring, now it’s fascinating! You may not know, but learning to play the piano stimulates the work of both brain hemispheres and it positively develops their functioning. To know more about this wonderful instrument and its impact on you, I encourage you to take an interest in the article:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx




What if parents don’t teach regularity?







Parents shape and raise their children and thus influence their later development, but they are not the only ones who can help them to develop potentially important qualities. Perhaps we do not realise that another example of helping a child to be systematic is school. It is school that forces us all to get up regularly and come to class every day. It is school that forces us to learn and do our homework. It is not a coincidence that the education system has created cards, tests and more important exams which are both to check knowledge and prepare us for stressful future situations. Our whole life consists of regularity. First kindergarten, then school, then university or work. All these elements of life require and encourage regularity.




So if your parents have not taught you this, then life has done the same.

And you can decide whether you want to practice this outside of your compulsory duties.





Aneta Sznicer

Aneta Sznicer

Founder of Mood & Read, HR specialist, copywriter, marketer, and soon to be psychologist. I help people achieve their goals by teaching social skills. Personally, I love playing the piano, dancing and singing. Anything to do with music helps me to find myself in reality. If you listen carefully, you will be able to hear your emotions. If you are able to hear them, you will know yourself even better and stronger. Thank you for visiting my website. It is a pleasure to get to know you.

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