[111 Newsletter] Being Overwhelm, Being Bold and Mind Control...
Sep 20, 2020 4:11 pm
1 Idea, 1 Quote, 1 Book Recommendation
1 IDEA FROM ME
Being overwhelmed is usually linked to a lack of clarity or, the pressure to do multiple things at one time.
In essence, you can't do multiple things at one time, you can only do one thing at one time.
However, the perception of multitasking has taken over the minds of the West, making us believe we can operate in this impossible way.
When you realize the truth, you understand that prioritizing comes down to focusing on what is most important. A brutally honest assessment of your life will help you realign your focus and help you work on ONE THING at a time, improving your success rate.
Life balance is a myth, but excellence is achieved from the opposite ends of the scale i.e. EXTREME focus
1 QUOTE FROM ME
“Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.” - Helen Keller
What have you got to lose? To be bold is to acknowledge your fears and do it anyway. Don't let "safe" prevent you from expressing your highest self, you could almost class it as a grave sin.
1 BOOK RECOMMENDATION FROM ME
As a Man Thinketh, by James Allen - I remember listening to this book on repeat to and from work many years ago. The depth of wisdom you get from James Allen in this book is parallel to none. It's only 55 mins long, yet enough to make a positive impact to your day. I would say it's a must read for your personal development collection, helping you understand the intricate nature of the mind, and the recipe for self-determined success.
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Have a great day and great week!
Your Mindset Mentor, Michael Tabirade
Author of The Power of Goals
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