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"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get," Tom Hanks said as his character in the film Forrest Gump. Even though life can be unpredictable at times, there is a secret I use on a daily basis to do things "right" and avoid making mistakes in the everyday choices life brings my way. What's great about this little secret is that anyone can use it and it is easy to do, but takes practice in order to perfect and let it become your best ally in life. This secret is used by many wise men and women around the world who are able to garner success for themselves. Although using it is not 100% foolproof, you are much less likely to make the wrong choices if you use it often. What is this secret and how do you use it? The secret lies within your conscience and it is used by being aware of it and listening to it every time it speaks out to you. Your conscience can tell you when to do something and when not to do it. It can be your very best friend as it can save you from making mistakes no matter how big or small, life-threatening or not. Listen to it on daily basis and each time its little voice decides to speak to you and you will be grateful as it may make your life simpler, free from many mistakes or worries. It's been over a year since I decided to actively listen to my conscience whenever possible, and I can tell you that each time I listened to it, I was rewarded in some way. Sometimes the rewards were small, other times the rewards were immense! Listening to your conscience can also help to keep you from making mistakes that can lead to some sort of trouble. Deciding to ignore your conscience, on the other hand, may result in serious consequences or regret. On the times that I decided to disregard whatever my conscience would be telling me, I soon would realize how much regret I felt for being stubborn enough not to listen! So there you go, live life right and make the right decisions by listening to your conscience and doing what it tells you to do often or as many times as possible. Learn to distinguish your pathological critic from your conscience so that you can fine tune into its voice and recognize it. Practice acting upon what your conscience tells you to do and soon you will see how life is so much sweeter!