A family of 4 are walking on the road beside a sea beach.
The father is looking at the young girl in bikini with a perfect figure. In his mind “oh what a beauty! Alas! My wife was like her 10 years ago”
The wife was also looking at that girl but she is also looking at the boy with that girl. The boy use to be her boyfriend. She is thinking “oh girl enjoy your life to your fullest, when you give birth, you will lose that perfect figure”
The 10-year-old son is looking at all the surfers over the big wave.
The 5-year-old daughter is looking at the ice cream parlor, she loooooves strawberry flavor.
They are all walking through the same place, same time…..
But….in their head…..its individual world…..the world according to their thought, desire, need, want, frustration, anticipation.
We don’t see the same thing, we only see what we are trained to see.
That’s why what a police officer can see looking at a criminal’s eye, we can’t see
What an accountant can see in a tax summery, we can’t see
Where a businessman can see the opportunity, we can see problem
Love = 12+15+22+5= 54% Luck L+U+C+K 12+21+3+11= 47%
Money = 13+15+14+5+25= 72%
Leadership = 12+5+1+4+5+18+19+8+9+16= 89%
Attitude = 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5= 100%
everything changes when we change our attitude.
when we change our attitude towards food, we become healthy or fatty. it depends which attitude we take on. our attitude towards our job will make us a leader or just survivor. Our attitude towards life will make us joyful or depressing.
it all come down to attitude. Even how we drink our coffee or how much sugar we put in our tea is decided by our attitude towards our belief in our health.
ask yourself 1 set of questions – what are my core values? What am I doing now? Is that aligned to my core values?
Just finished reading the New York Times best seller “atomic habits” by James Clear. A book worth reading for everyone whether you are a billionaire or an average joe.
Every line worth underlined or highlighted. Normally I highlight all the important lines that I think I will come back later to reread. But for this book, after first chapter, I stopped doing that. Don’t want to highlight every line.
There are a lot of key take aways from this book. But if you do not have time to read the whole book, I can mention just one key point: ask yourself from now on – what are my core values? What am I doing now? Is that aligned to my core values?
Keep asking this question as many times as you can throughout the day. You will see slowly you pick this habit to be aware about your present time and you will only do those things that are important to your goals.