Last week, we stopped our dialogue with a commitment to return to the subject of visualization; specifically as it relates to setting Objectives. Let me start this edition of the Warrior Nation: SITREP with a a quote from one of the greatest success gurus of our time.
In my last blog post, entitled Absolute Must, I mentioned an important by-product of setting Objectives; the Endowment Effect. It seems there is more to setting future plans for ourselves than just making a list of things we want to accomplish and then figuring out how to get there. Additionally, when we take ownership of an idea, there is a host of chemical reactions that take place inside us, that make us more likely to continue in our personal endeavors than you might be aware of.
Goal Setting is one of the most fundamental undertakings when we consider future success. We know that top-level athletes, successful business leaders and achievers use this technique to stimulate short-term motivation and help in maintaining long term vision. The intent is to bring focus to your life's undertakings.
I’ve received some recent inquiries upon launching my new website. Some questions are about the pictures on the site and a few comments have been made about the use of stones. In a soon to be released e-book, the images of nature will be explained. The focus of this blog post is dedicated to the questions around the use of the term warrior.
Some ask, “why warrior?” Others inquire, “Are you going to teach me to fight?”Or “how can I accomplish more in my life if I am at war with someone?”
We have lots of them in our lives; firsts, that is!