Everyone of us has talent in one way or the other! As a matter of fact we all have more than one talent!So for you to find happiness enriched with longevity you absolutely have to find what you love to do passionately and effortlessly! Believe it or not, being out in nature is also a great way to find your gifts and talents. Being in the outdoors gives us a chance to focus on what is important to us instead of what is being blasted from a radio or Television. Some trips to the beach are great for people to discover they love building sand castles and have a gift for architecture and manual construction. And camping trips are great for people to discover all sorts of things about what they can excel at ... from setting up tents and reading maps and building a fire and gathering local herbs. Budding artists are inspired by the colors in a leaf and the way trees branches grow And explorers are busy scouting the trail ahead while inventors are focused on how to improve the backpack they are wearing.
It is pointless to know what your good at if the minute a negative thought takes control, everything is lost!Monitor what you think about and ONLY,YES ONLY focus on the end result!Regardless of the path the destination is of the only thing that should matter! You will be suprised at what you can accomplish if only you think about it! Recently I have been studying one of the great leaders of the twentieth century, Muhammad Ali, and came to realize that this was something he understood well . you should well know that long before the world came to acknowledge him as the “greatest of all time” he consistently- and often proclaimed himself to be that. All that he was doing was saying now in the present what he will become in the future. In other words, Ali understood that in being in his own mind (or at least constantly trying to convince himself that this was true) that which he eventually wanted to become, he would initiate the thoughts consistent with this state of being, which would, in turn, lead to him doing actions that the greatest of all time would do, which would in turn lead to him having all that the greatest of all time would. He understood quite well the mechanics of manifestation, as evidenced by what he manifested in his own life – him becoming the greatest of all time.
Willpower is the inner strength and the inner engine that propels towards success and achievement. Willpower is generally considered as a quality belonging only to highly successful people, who depend on strength and force to achieve their goals. The truth is that it can be developed by everyone, and it is important, useful and desirable in the small affairs of life, as it is in the achievement of major goals. If you usually feel too lazy, developing your inner strength will help you to overcome this laziness. If you usually procrastinate, possess low self-esteem, feel weak and vulnerable or lack self-control, strengthening this power will help you too.
Why me This is an awesome question, because it’s so true to life. Things happen to all of us … but the real determination is how do we deal with them. Do we get discouraged and give up, or do we figure out a way around and keep going? Here’s the thing: the path to every goal is littered with obstacles. You must, must, must, absolutely must anticipate that you will run into obstacles … figure out ways around them … and keep going.
Whatever you do make sure your enjoying it to the fullest !Enjoy this world of abundance and if you fail at least you had fun doing it! Find out where you are hanging on to seriousness. Where is your life governed by doubt, worry, anxiety, fear of the future, etc. Where have you suppressed playfulness in favour of gloom? Be honest with yourself! Define for yourself what “playing” and &quot;fun&quot; mean to you. I may have a completely different definition of the word than you, and therefore my “playing” will be different to yours! What would you do if you decided to play? Go to a musical, play chasings with your partner, go to a footy game, play hide-and-seek with your kids, buy a super-soaker and squirt cars in the street, etc.? Find examples in your surroundings of people that “play” and have fun the way you would like to. What are they doing? How often do they do that? What sort of people are they? What can you learn from them? Take life a little less serious. We all tend to regard life as this immense task we have to go through, in which there is no time anymore for playfulness. Just go ahead and smile at some of the things we do, laugh at yourself a little. It will make you feel better!
Think ahead. What obstacles do you see on the horizon? What obstacles have you run into in the past? What will change your routine? Weekends are a mini-obstacle that often seem to derail people trying to create a habit. But there are other changes in routines … holidays, summer, big events, changes at work, birthdays … these are often things you can anticipate and plan for. When you see something coming up on the horizon that might derail you, plan for it. Make it a part of your plan. An example : I’ve been trying to learn to eat little sugar and I knew that a birthday party was coming up. Well, I anticipated it, learned the restaurant, researched the menu, and incorporated it into my plan. But on another occasion, I just anticipated the family event and allowed it to be one of my two cheat meals for the month. You have to be able to let up a little if you want to stick to it for the long term.
When you see an obstacle, are you just going to give up? I hope not. An obstacle is just something we have to get around, or over … it’s not a reason to quit. So instead of quitting, ask yourself: how do I get around this obstacle? There’s always a solution, if you’re creative enough. Sometimes there isn’t just one path. And it can be hard to decide which solution to choose. But don’t fret: choose one path, and see if it works. If it doesn’t, try another. Life is an experiment.
You will face some setbacks every now and then. That’s a part of achieving any goal worth achieving — if it were too easy, it’s not a worthy goal. But instead of seeing the the past as setback or as something discouraging, just accept it as a part of the journey. “Two steps forward, one step back,” this what I always tell myself … and it’s a realization that even with setbacks, I’m still making forward progress over the long run. 4. If you fall, get up, and learn from it . All of us fail, from time to time. No one is successful all the time. But instead of letting failure stop us completely, you just need to get up and dust yourself off … and this part is important: learn from your experience. When you fail, ask yourself: why did I fail? What stopped me? What obstacles got in my way? And how can I get around them next time it happens (and yes, it will happen again) so plan for next time.
So, in your own life, if you are to have the life of your dreams, you must learn to be that which you want to eventually become right now. Therefore, if you eventually want to become, for example, the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, you must right now begin to present yourself to the world as if you already were the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, in terms of your overall self-presentation to the world of dress, speech, and manner. Projecting your future into the present will only have the effect of the world responding to you as that which you are projecting, and before you know it, “the future” will merge into your present reality