5 Things we’ve learned from Queen Elizabeth II

At Age of 94 ,The Queen Elizabeth II is the longest reigning monarch in British history , Even now , Her majesty continues her duties , seems to be in a great health , and remains a cultural icon , and as always , there is so much we can learn from here . Below, let’s look at 6 life lessons we can learn from the Queen.

  1. Recharge your power :

The Queen was not just for show , however she had both natural talent and a willingness to study and deliberate , she was always cautious in foreign affaires , preferring in most cases to wait and see what happened , and decide what to do at the last moment .

This patient often gave England an advantage over European nations led by more hotheaded rulers.

2. Developp your sense of purpose :

It is necessary to live for a lofty purpose , which is to help others & that reflects positively on your health and your psyche too , & this is what the Queen has always done.

3. Don’t worry too much about being liked :

If you’re a fan of The Crown , you’ve seen the many instances when the Queen put crown and country first, even if it meant angering family. Since she’s always tasked with making tough decisions that aren’t always popular, the Queen has learned to not worry so much about being liked.

4. Serve others :

The patron of hundreds of charities, Elizabeth II believes that giving herself to good causes can do “as much as anything .. to help me put my own worries into perspective.” Her reward: an infusion of an anti-inflammatory hormone.

5. Be open to change :

At an age when many find it hard to accept altered conditions, Elizabeth II has never stopped learning and adapting. “Change has become a constant,” she remarked in 2002. “The way we embrace it defines our future.”

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