WHAT IS YOUR CHOICE SPEED OR PRECISION?
You always have two choices. Either full throttle without regard to losses. Take the 80:20 rule and go ahead, jiiiihaaa. Or do it slowly but almost perfectly and always close to the 100% mark. Both are possible, both have their advantages and disadvantages.
It's your decision in the end. But there's one thing you can't do: not choose either of them and stay on the sofa. So, go ahead, go for it, fast or slow, no matter, the main thing is, you go on.
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Focus on becoming the best version of yourself.
*** The secret is to pull goals from the IDEAL version of you, but don’t ever compare yourself to the ideal. ***
Those are two completely different things.
And if you ever catch yourself trying to chase the perfect version of you, and you fall into a funk...
then just stop.
And then mentally turn around, and remind yourself what an impressive person you are and recall all the things you’ve done to get where you are today.
The quicker you can make it a habit to turn around and focus on how far you've come rather than comparing or berating yourself…
the quicker you can make that funk disappear.
When you get out of your funk quicker, you have the ability to rebound faster and get back on track, working on things that serve your true vision.
Think about the IDEAL version of you...
What's 1 success habit or goal that the ideal version of you has, that you can start implementing now?
Share your thoughts in the comments👇
Awareness. ✨Self-awareness leads to change—the change you want see in your life, so that you can live to your full potential. 💢💢💢 Because life is what it is, and there are things that you cannot control, ✨self-awareness enables you to cope and take charge of your life. 💢💢💢 The process of ✨self-awareness begins when you become conscious of your actions. To do so, you must first understand yourself better, by conducting the ✨self-awareness exercise of answering the following questions: 🌟1) What WILL I DO if I face a _ _ _ situation? 🌟2) What 'WILL I NOT DO' if I face a _ _ _ situation? (provide details where marked with _ _ _). 💢💢💢 When you know the answers to these questions, with ✨self-awareness you can face reality when things don't go as planned - making you creative and innovative to come up with solutions that will lead to the attainment of your health, relationship, and finance goals. Good. If you don't know the answers to these questions, lack of self-awareness can lead to despair - making you fume and fret, and you will constantly complain and blame others, instead of taking action - when things don't go as planned. Not good. 💢💢💢 Have you done the ✨self-awareness exercise? Much love and all the best! (Good-to-know tips on how to change your mindset and enjoy life; because life is for the living!)
📢📚⭐️️ BOOK REVIEW!!! I am Malala - "The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban" by Malala Yousafzai @malala with Christina Lamb. 🖋📚🇵🇰
When I first read this book seven years ago, I thought it was over-descriptive. Long detailed refences to both the white and black mountain tops, the steeply sunken valleys, the rivers and the rocky tracks. The walnuts, dates, the beaming sunlight and the sugary cups of chai tea.
At first glance, it seems odd why a 15 year-old girl is describing what she had for breakfast to you, or the mark she received in her end-of-term maths score. *
Now, I can't help but think there is something overwhelmingly unique about the everyday conversations and the micro-details present in Malala's childhood. *
When Malala was shot in the head by a member of the Taliban in her home city of Mingora, Swat Valley, Pakistan, she was flown to cutting-edge treatment by plane; provided a small army of top surgeons; and visited by the prime minister amongst other high-profile politicians in her hospital bed. News of the incident were broadcasted globally on sky news.
In a strict and rigid political context that forbid foreign influence; demanded females stay inside; and punished anyone who sought self-expression and autonomy; How had Malala, at 15 years old girl, become this famous for her campaigning achievements? *
Something I consider...
At the centre of Pashtun culture is the rich experience created within the family home. For women living under the Taliban regime, at times, conversations with their direct relatives were their sole form of social engagement. *
How did Malala's experience in the household differ from her neighbours? And why did she become passionate about causes that her peers did not?
For me, Malala's dreams for girls education, is more so, a profound and inspiring story about the close and influential relationship she shared with her father, the man at the forefront of her fight. *