Hello to all, I hope you are having a great week...
Recently I watched a training from Eric Worre, that inspired me to write about how I think the things he mentioned there apply to everything we do in our lives.
There is a well-known physics equation that states:
D = S * t (As in Distance equals, the Speed times the time)
If you think about the things you wish to accomplish in life, this law also applies.
The comparison would be:
Distance = Where to do want to go in your life, your dreams, what you wish to accomplish.
Speed = How much time are you investing today on a consistent basis to achieve them.
time = How long are you willing to try this for, in order for them to become a reality for you.
Once this is understood, I think we will get rid of one of humanity's major problems.... Lack of persistance!
If you know where you want to go, and you know how fast you are moving there, then you already know how long it will take you to get there, so you don't give up!
If you know where you want to go, and you know in how much time you expect to be there, then you will adjust your speed accordingly so you are not late!
Those three always go together, whether in a Physics 101 test or on the road to achievement, the key is knowing where you want to go first, and then is simpler to assess if you are being reasonable or not!
If you are aiming high, and are not willing to devote the time it requires, then those false expectations will lead to dissapointment.
To close, the usual questioning... Do you know where you want to go today?
When do you expect to get there? and Are you going fast enough?
For many, life seems to be always on the rush, we are like speeding on the highway, but if we don't know our destination, we might miss the exit!
Have a wonderful day!
Until next time!