Life Lessons that the characters of Game of Thrones has taught us
Game of Thrones provides compelling and nail-biting entertainment through mind blowing plotlines and diverse characters to its fans . Here we are talking about the life lessons that we all should learn from the citizens of Westeros.
Here is what all you can learn from the characters of Game of Thrones
1. The White Walkers: Just like a big, corporation shrouded in mystery, no one exactly knows what these guys are up to, besides riding zombie horses and building a blue-eyed infant army with Craster’s sons. White walkers are nothing but the misunderstood heroes, Agree?
2. The Lannnisters: Rich and powerful, the Lannister’s family gets props for having a clear-cut vision and perfect execution, but they are not winning any people’s choice awards, either.
3. The Starks: Often ruled by emotion rather than logic, the Starks rush into situations and make rash decisions before fully weighing the consequences. For instance, Ned Stark went to Cersei Lannister with the discovery that her kids are actually the result of conscious coupling with her brother and are not, in fact, the legitimate heirs to the throne. Catelyn Stark impulsively agreed to her son’s arranged marriage in order to cross a bridge. Then Robb Stark ignored the contract.
4. Daenerys Targaryen: Dany got a tough start in life—what with being exiled with her jerky brother, an arranged marriage barely into her teens, and losing her unborn son and husband at the same time—but the girl’s got dragons. Talk about turning lemons into lemonade. Dany understands she has a lot to learn if she’s going to be an effective leader and (mostly) listens to her advisors, who provide valuable information about the needs and wants of her target public.(Catapulting boxes of collars and chains from a slave kingdom. She liberated to another slavekingdom? Brilliant.) In fourth season, she wisely has chosen to focus on connecting with her audience through good, old-fashioned, two-way communication. With luck, she’ll continue to engage her target public and earn their trust.
5.The Night’s Watch: . You know there is a dark danger, whether it is your brand’s competition, or even the shortcomings of your own product. Jon Snow must have felt the same frustration in season fourth when he tried to tip off his fellow Night’s watchmen about the imminent attack led by Mance Rader and his Wilding army. Equipped with first -hand knowledge about the inner workings of the army, Jon said the Night’s Watch had better prepare for the worst-case scenario, but he was told he knows nothing.
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