The Game of Thrones: 7 times Tyrion Lannister gave us the best advice.

The Dwarf with a quick wit and all the brains, Tyrion Lannister is one of our favourite characters in “The Game of

Tyrion Lannister may not have won “The game of thrones” at the end (though we sincerely wish he did), he made it to the end, alive and kicking! Tyrion Lannister played brilliantly by Peter Dinklage may be an imp, but his wisdom and brains shine through the whole series. So, here are some of his life advices that would help you in the long run.

  1. “Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armour, and it can never be used to hurt you”.
People would always prick where it hurts the most, so don’t be ashamed of your shortcomings. Acknowledge them.

2.” Next time I had an idea like that, punch me in the face”.

Best advice ever. Negative thoughts come across your mind on a daily basis, the remedy? A punch in the face. Call your friend and ask for his services.

  1. “I try to know as many people I can. You never know which one you’ll need”.
To all the anti-socials this one is for you. Life is too long and difficult to figure out alone, getting to know people and socializing can sometimes help you when you need the most.

4.” If you’re going to be a cripple, it’s better to be a rich cripple”.

Do we need to say more? Money runs the world!

5.” You need to take your enemy side if you are going to see things the way they do”.

Perspective sometimes is a game-changer. To beat an enemy, sometimes you need to think like one.

6.” A mind needs books like a sword need a whetstone”.

Nobody taught us the importance of reading as Tyrion did in one line. A Book can change your life.

7. Why is it that when one man builds a wall, the next needs to know what’s on the other side”.

Sometimes Ignorance is a bliss and what really hurts us is knowledge. Curiosity is not healthy all the time.

Some of these bits of advice prove to why at the end he was the” Hand of King”. Nobody in Westeros had half the wit and intellect that he possessed. And we couldn’t agree more!