Trump Life Lessons

Love him or not, found these great life lessons…

Trump Life Lessons

  • When you say you’re going to do something, do it.
  • Stay loyal to the people who are loyal to you.
  • Have a great sense of humor.
  • Eat what you want.
  • Speak up when others are dishonest.
  • Be yourself. You don’t have to be what others expect you to be.
  • Don’t always go by what others tell you. Gather information, but listen to your gut. Follow your instinct.
  • Keep strong, amazing women around you.
  • Don’t drink, smoke or do drugs.
  • Surround yourself with good, loyal people who have your back.
  • Drain the swamp of your life. Let go of the things and people bringing you down.
  • Never start a fight, but do counterpunch. Make sure it’s clear you’re not a pushover.
  • Stay positive even when many don’t believe in you.
  • Welcome everybody to the table, and listen.
  • Trust that people know how to practice self-responsibility. Recognize that people are strong and capable of doing great things and taking care of themselves and their families. Stay out of their way.
  • Fight for and protect all rights and freedom.
  • Always try to be in a family unit. Love and maintain your family, you’ll be happier and more successful.
  • When you give trust and respect, you’ll get it back.
  • Take action. Don’t stay stuck by over analyzing or over talking. Action gets the work done.
  • Stay uplifting during a crisis. Always focus on a bright future. If you focus on fear and bad, it grows. If you focus on good, it grows.
  • Work hard. Harder than others.
  • Don’t lump people into groups.
  • If you get an opportunity to better your life and the lives of others, take it, and make the gift bigger and better.
  • Raise strong and successful kids.
  • Support and encourage First Responders who keep you safe.
  • Love our country. Know our history and how far we’ve come, but focus on the future.
  • Speak up. Stand up and do what is right when it is needed.
  • You don’t have to be prefect at everything, but be great at what matters… when it matters.
  • Don’t treat anybody like a victim. Lift people up who are down and struggling. Help them UP, don’t placate, enable, or encourage dependency.
  • Go for the American Dream.