All leaders, artists, moms, dads and young lads, at times fall.
And when we fall our mind does either of two things. It gets filled with reactivity or it moves to forced passivity.
But among the best whom i have coached, i learnt, they have this unique ability to take things one day at a time, especially when they have failed or fallen flat on their face due to any of their life challenge.
When i fought with my lowest phase of life, this kinda became a phrase to live by. Found it useful and hence sharing.
If you are going through the low, go through it. One day at a time. The more you can endure the pain that results from a fall in any area of life, the more you can rise higher the next time you take on a new dream. This is a bitter sweet secret may be no one will tell you, but something you might want to see through your own experience and realization. Take care of yourself. Especially if you are reading thing and going through a low phase. One day at a time. Just decide what do you want to do today. Forget tomorrow. Forget yesterday. Just stay focused on today. All the best.
No matter who you are, if you are seeking more clarity about what next in life. Or just want to sit back and reflect on what next for you, these could be handy and useful. If you want, you can Start Now. 🙂
Answer these 5 questions to start with
1. Who are you?
2. What do you love doing?
3. Who do you do it for?
4. What do those people want and need?
5. How do these people change as a result of you doing that?
Questions courtesy @AdamLeipzig
Answers to be written in comments section, same sequence n same number.
Rule number 1. In Masti ki paathshaala, 🙂
Just answer questions and then DO IT.
It is that simple. For god’s and my sake, dont complicate it.
Be happy. Be Mindful. Be love. Be mast. But above all, the secret of all leaders.
Be who you are and shine the brightest with all that you have.
Get used for good cause. Find work that fulfills you. Design life to have family and friends around you. You can do it. Trust me. All you need to do is simply begin.
An old sage Lao Tzu shared 2500 years ago, The journey of thousand miles, begins with a simple step. Would you like to take that step now? Just Do n C. n then just B n C.