Software Architect, @WSO2
…, you’ll take-on the emotional discomfort of the unknown. Said Bill Walsh, former 49ers Head Coach, “If your why is strong enough you will figure out how!”
“When the student is ready the teacher will appear.” — Buddha
It’s really easy to get off-course in life. Like airplanes, we constantly need to make course-corrections.
If you appreciate what you already have, than more will be a good thing in your life. If you feel the need to have more to compensate for something missing in your life, you’ll always be left wanting — no matter how much you acquire or achieve.
You will do more interesting and meaningful work when you are not afraid of uncertainty. And you will do more boring work when you’re afraid to lose what you have.
Detaching yourself from your thoughts requires an understanding of the fact that — Our thoughts are just thoughts. They are not the ultimate truth or reality.
Every area of your life affects every other area of your life. Hence the saying, How you do anything is how you do everything. This is very high level thinking. I…
The more successful you become — which is balancing the few essential things (spiritual, relational, financial, physical) in your life and removing everything else — the less you can justify low quality.