Theme: Mental Mobility and Extended Range
Today and beyond, regardless of circumstances, let us examine and extend our capability of increasing our reach and swiftness of action. As achievers, we can reach the end state according to a set mark on the calendar or conditions. However, some situations along the way can require an accelerated action or a pause for adjustments. Other situations may call for structured reinforcement. Regardless of the scenario, one must know what motion is essential at particular points of mobility.
Confucius so eloquently stated: “The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” As I pondered on this, the conviction of consistent activity in support of my goals come to mind. Therefore, it is wisdom to be in some form of motion.
Today and tomorrow, let us embrace the challenge of advancing the game through learning, adjusting, earning, and serving in capacities that hone enabling skills.
By learning, we reach new heights of intelligence that can cause us to adjust movements. By earning, we can become a by-product of the learning as we be more effective in use of time and talents. With learning, we should use that knowledge to serve in social and professional capacities that continually steer a particular ship, be it a relationship, leadership, partnership, or mentorship.
I’m a firm believer that when one is consistent with positive actions, one can reach the objective with promising results.
Make it personal:
Having a personal charge to achieve, then using the positive energy of self and others, can propel the attainment of goals. For me, being an asset in various capacities is a driving force for my achievement. This is especially true when it comes to family. I have always wanted, and continue to desire, to be a source of guidance, support, and inspiration within the ranks of my family. This includes my passion to write. With the pen, my motivation is to convey a message that resonates and stirs motion. To increase in my abilities, I constantly study the art of storytelling and writing. I place myself in nurturing environments, and I share my works to measure progress. With the desired progress, I feel equanimity.
Confucius stated: “The will to win, the desire to succeed, and the urge to reach your full potential; these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.” This, I take to heart!
Create a Win:
Creating a win can be a challenge for some time-invested undertakings such as writing a novel that will be accepted by a wide audience of readers. The win can be relief for setbacks that have had an adverse action on targeted growth. Examine the case and cause. Know that even small wins can play a major role in various fashions to include motivation, measure of success, and gaining exterior support. It’s up to the individual to create the space, pace, and conditions for the win.
For me and my writing efforts, it’s being able to systematically build the story through a personal relationship with my primary character while having an experienced audience to critic my works on a frequent basis. That’s my win, and I control the pace of writing, critic, and adjustments! Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.”
We embark on undertakings for various reasons but for some individuals, it may simply be the ability to be of greater value in a defined form. For others, the goal is to be a thermostat for others, and that in itself can be a grand reward.
I can recall on numerous occasions where I needed a regulator in my life and one appeared. A benefit of that is now I serve as a sensor for others. Being able to run alongside others in their quest for achievement sometimes renews my energy, stirs my passion, and induces noteworthy thoughts. Epicurus, a Greek philosopher and founder of Epicureanism, once stated: “It is not so much our friends’ help that helps us, as the confidence of their help.”
Let’s run and continue to encourage others to pick up their piton and run their race. It’s a beautiful scene along the way, one worthy of the effort.
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Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Personal Achievement, 2016. Retrieved from https://www.success.com/napoleon-hills-17-principles-of-personal-achievement/
“Our inward conversations induce outward awareness that facilitate assiduous growth.”
~ Joe Shakeenab