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Brilliant Life Lessons From 'The Fountainhead'

Prachi Dharap Aug 30, 2019
Ayn Rand in her book ‘The Fountainhead’, portrays the importance of following your own vision. The protagonist, Howard Roark is an individualist architect who follows his own principles, despite the societal hostility. The story inspires us to stay firm on our ideals.

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“To say "I love you" one must know first how to say the "I".”

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Don’t change or retreat. Stick up for what you believe in.
Know what you want and never let people make decisions for you.

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Believe. Trust your heart more.

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Aim high without the fear of failure.

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Be optimistic and continue to work towards your goals despite the obstacles.

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Understand the importance and happiness in doing what you love.

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Acknowledge the value of living for yourself. You have to realize that it is not selfish.

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Take the road less traveled. People with original vision might struggle and stumble, but will win.

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Master your skill. By working on it everyday, you will become the best.