Hard work is the key ingredient that unlocks the power of attraction and enables us to achieve our dreams.
If you’re reading this, I pray you’re doing well. Can you believe that it’s already March? This year is flying by. There has been a lot going on, but for the time being, I am just concentrating on creating a lot of stuff offline, which I will be publishing in great quantity very soon.
This week, I gave much consideration to the term “Attraction,” and I realised that it contained the word “action.” Somehow, I had never made the connection!
It’s no accident that “attraction” is a verb. We are actively propelled towards our goals by the dynamic force of attraction, which is more than just an emotion. The law of attraction is a powerful tool, but it can only be used to its full potential if we put in the effort necessary to realise our goals.
Perseverance and hard work are more important than natural ability when it comes to achieving one’s goals. Successful people are not necessarily those who are born with innate talent or ability, but rather those who are prepared to put in the time and effort to hone their skills and persist relentlessly in their pursuits.
Working hard calls for self-control, concentration, and perseverance. Doing so requires identifying what needs to be accomplished, breaking that down into smaller, more manageable chunks, and committing to a regular schedule of practise and development. Despite delayed or unclear progress, one must persevere and remain committed to the long-term objective.
But hard work is not just a means to an end. It is also a source of fulfilment and satisfaction in and of itself. When we pour our energy and effort into something we care about, we feel a sense of purpose and meaning that transcends the material rewards of success. We become part of a community of like-minded individuals who share our passions and values, and we experience the joy of working towards a common goal.
In a nutshell, the force of attraction is propelled by one’s own effort. The key to unlocking our full potential and achieving the success and satisfaction we want is to commit to a life of purposeful work and constant development. Let us, then, welcome attraction into our lives and allow our efforts carry us to new heights of success and fulfilment.
Sisu: The Hidden Philosophy of the World’s Happiest People.
The Finnish word “Sisu” can be translated to mean “grit,” “determination,” or “resilience.” It’s a core value of Finnish society, and it’s widely credited as a major contributor to the country’s success in the face of adversity. However, the Finnish concept of Sisu refers to more than simply physical fortitude; it also includes resilience and a can-do attitude in the face of hardship.
Carl Jung: Everything That Irritates You About Others Is The Secret to Self-Awareness. According to Jung, this journey of discovery can make us better people by fostering our capacity for empathy, compassion, and self-awareness. Those aspects of other people that upset us the most are typically projections of our own unresolved difficulties, worries, and insecurities.
“The way you overcome shyness is to become so wrapped up in something that you forget to be afraid.” — Lady Bird Johnson.
“Don’t fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things. The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have.” — Louis E. Boone.
“Of all forms of caution, caution in love is perhaps the most fatal to true happiness.” — Bertrand Russell.Unlocking the Power of Finnish Sisu! Sisu is a Finnish term that has been gaining popularity in recent years as a way of describing the country’s unique approach to resilience and determination. But what exactly is Sisu, and what can we learn from it? 🧵 Insights:
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