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I’m a big fan of comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his legendary show Seinfeld is still my all-time favourite television series.

My favourite episodes include the Pony Remark, the Puffy Shirt, the Serenity Now and of course the iconic Soup Nazi, but to me even the worst of Seinfeld beats the best of almost any other show on TV today.

His unique ability to find humour by simply observing everyday life has turned him into a great communicator who can relate to most people.

A few years ago he was asked to give the commencement speech at a New York school, so he sat down with a pen and paper and wrote down his three rules of life.

It’s a great list that gives some terrific insights as to how he’s become such a great success story.

Here are Jerry Seinfeld’s three rules of life:

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Legend has it that early in their careers, both Bruce Springsteen and Jerry Seinfeld had situations when they found themselves snowed in to a town when on tour.

Their fans couldn’t get to the venue and they couldn’t leave, so they each could have been excused for taking the night off and not performing.

But that wasn’t an option for them.

Despite only performing for the staff of the venue, they each gave it their best, tearing it up and performing as if they had a full house.

They each understood an important principle.

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