If you are a true "disciple" of an idea of a plan or a strategy or a religion, then you will stick to it and "have discipline" to reach your goal. Not all the tasks have the good reasons to do them seen at first sight, but if you take just a few moments to analyze them, you will easily spot something good.
Try to get more than just a few, and try to draw from different areas of your life.
A simple approach is to start working on any task from asking yourself a few questions: Different people may have completely opposite feelings towards the same task: With the right vision, leadership and stimulus, can still achieve incredible things.
Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organise and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too.
For me, information comes most naturally from the web or from books, but I have also gathered info from people who have done it before, and from TV shows.
So how do we regain our heart? Why do you think this happens? Accomplishing things, daring to do them despite some level of risk and some level of difficulty, we build ourselves up.
Britain led the industrial revolution and became a great power as a result. Do we care about the freedom to choose what we want, instead of having our "great leader" choose for us? It exists, it is real, it is possible, it is yours.
Quite often you can find a number of obvious tweaks to your current approach which will both change your experience and open up new possibilities. How exactly do some of us manage to stay motivated most of the time?
But they are quite small in the grand scheme of things And even those of us who think of ourselves as brave heroes usually only act like that when we know it is within the bounds of safety, within the limits of what we can handle.
Look at the list and ask yourself if you think these things look as difficult as they did before you started today. So I am re-posting two essays I wrote a couple of years ago to help re-light the fire What Would They Do?
I encourage you to read it, but have excerpted a small portion here. Kezer Hope is a state of mind, not of the world.
Shifting our economy from an energy-intensive, extractive and exploitative system, to a more sustainable one is not some hippie dream.
Their names are anger and courage; anger at the way things are, and courage to see that they do not remain the way they are.We Do These Things Not Because They Are Easy But Because They Are Hard 5 In a speech at Rice University on September 12,President John F Kennedy roused support for America’s mission to the moon with a stirring speech that celebrated the determination of American innovators and adventurers to “Climb the Highest Mountain”.
As a culture, consent continues to be a concept that is more complicated than “no means no.” Through its simplest definition, the idea is that an. Moving to a sustainable economy is mankind’s greatest leap yet and we need to do it because it is hard and necessary. The most recognised excerpt of Kennedy’s speech is, “We choose to go to the moon.
It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult. Seneca Roman dramatist, philosopher, & politician (5 BC - 65 AD).
The things we don’t know are the things that become difficult because our imaginations tend to exaggerate the risk, both in severity and likelihood.
If we can get a handle on that fear, to understand the risk, fear can be greatly diminished, and the act can be. No, I won't use the Amazon Echo to buy things.
Because of Alexa. Opinion: The worry of Alexa messing things up isn't worth the convenience. (Let's not mention the creepy laughter in the early.Download