The best way to keep your savings is to invest it.Do away with liability.Create assets.
Once in awhile you need to push your limits.Otherwise you’ll lose your edge without realizing it.
There are two ways to make change possible – in both cases you need to become ‘big’ relative to the task.
Either you grow your knowledge and skill – become an expert at doing something.
Or you shrink the challenge – you divide your goal into smaller individual attainable actions.
Either way,you become more daunting than the task itself.Do not fear the task.Let the task dread you and follow your way instead.
Once you become capable or believe that you have become capable – your chances of succeeding increase significantly.
Motivation can be a consequence of good planning rather than intense emotion.It is the difference between ‘work smart’ and ‘work hard’ respectively.
When your motivation is dependent on your emotion,and as we know our emotions are never constant,sometimes we get either a fleeting moment or short-term motivation boost,or else a severe blow due to negative or overwhelming emotion.
When you plan out your agenda,you have with you a long-term,step-by-step procedure to follow.With every step you take,you reinforce a positive feedback loop of motivation – you undertake a simple task,you attain some success and that motivates you to move onto the next step.
Emotions and feelings are exhaustible resource.Even the right feeling is hard to come by when you are about to start working on a new goal.They are good enough to help you out in short-run,but in the long-run,planning plays a better role.
Planning is a mix of various objective tasks.It allows you to experience a mental reward every-time you complete a step.It is like leveling-up in a game when you complete a certain number of quests.
Being completely objective can result in lack of commitment,and being completely subjective can result in lack of consistency.You need both in moderation together to overcome the odds and obstacles hindering your progress.
In my recent post ‘brain’ I mentioned that a small plate tricks us into eating less food.
But it is only applicable to a certain types of food or under specific circumstances.
The following article explains another perspective:
Meditation is free of cost healing that requires you to do nothing.
Doing a job should be like a trade.
You give them your skills and they give you room for growth.
Learning something at a great cost is true learning that one never forgets.
Watching videos is better than reading and following instructions because not only it teaches you how to better do something with visual and audio cues (all senses engaged!) but also gives you confidence to do it with its power of human touch. (P.S. Bloopers remind us that it’s not just you or me,everyone sucks at something :p)