The principle and adoptive philosophy of adding value is one of the most powerful tools for you to keep on refining in your skills-set for life optimization. I'm well aware that every bit of advice being offered is somehow automatically branded with such terms as 'best' and 'most-powerful' and the lot, however for the idea of adding value let's take a closer look at how this single feature, once understood, honed and carefully practiced until it becomes an automatic habit, will indeed be your most powerful yet.
Recently I read a very interesting post on one of my favourite sites -www.productivity501.com
- entitled 'Read Stuff You Don't Understand'. Mark Shead, the author, delivered an opening statement that easily presented the essence of the idea piece, "If you want to grow, you must push yourself beyond where you are at."
There are so many people who view reading as such an arduous chore, leaving such leisures to the likes of nerds or typically others who don't have much of a life, the furthest thing from the truth.
"The mind is everything. What you think you become."...Buddha
"He that fails to command his thoughts will soon lose command of his actions."
“Watch your thoughts, for they become words.
Watch your words, for they become actions.
Watch your actions, for they become habits.
Watch your habits, for they become character.
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny."
If you really think about it you may notice that practically everything you do is as a result of some thought process that happened before the actual action takes place, with the exception of reflex actions, of course.
My name is Arthnel.
First blog, first post, early jitters and all, but I'm just as excited about sharing so much information based on how I view LIFE and LIVING. I'm going to share views that so many may like and so many may not like, but that is the essence of life. That is the reason we are all different. I guess it just makes the World a much more interesting place to live in.
I've somehow always been curious why people do things the way they do them. I have always questioned destiny, especially from the perspective where I find it very ironic that it exists so comfortably with OUR ABILITY TO CHOOSE.