When was the last time you read a book? How about the last time you learned a new skill? The reason I ask is because I believe for us to live fully we must continually look for ways to improve. The most successful people in the world understand this. For example, Warren Buffet credits many of his great money decisions to his unbending reading habit. When you learn something new, you gain a new perspective on the topic. As a result, that new perspective you just acquired will give you the opportunity to make better decisions. With that being said, do your best to stay curious about the world around you. You want to make it a habit to ask questions when uncertain about something or how it works. Remember (s)he who ask a question is a fool for five minutes, (S)he who does not ask a question remains a fool forever.
Along with desiring knowledge and understanding, it is important to always revise your perspective. When it comes to changing the way you look at things you never arrive, expanding your field of vision is a ongoing process. Each experience can inform the next, it can also be used as a catapult to boost your confidence in your ability to handle challenges that may arise and capitalize on opportunities.
Step back and Broaden your Borderline.
Your borderlines are the limits you’ve place on yourself by your lack of knowledge on a certain subject or field. Realize that there is more to everything then what you are seeing now. I encourage you to be open to new ideas, get out of you comfort zone, step out and try new things. Every person has their own perspective and opinions that are formed based on their experience. So even talking to a person that you wouldn’t normally talk to would give you a new way of seeing things. But the key here is to actually listen and be open to what is being said rather than just waiting to talk. Any time we step back and broaden our borderlines we grow and expand, which is the whole purpose of life.
Growth is painful. Change is painful. But, nothing is as painful as staying stuck where you do not belong.N.R. Narayana Murthy
Your Perspective and Perceptions are the Dictators of your Life
I’m a true believer that 99% of stress and worry originates from having a poor perspective on the situation at hand. When our focus is restricted by what we know or what we see everything seems mountainous, when in reality it’s barely a molehill. Adjusting your lenses and looking at it from a perspective of a lifetime will give you the correct attitude toward the circumstance, which probably won’t matter a year from now anyway.
Basicly the moral of this post is to get you to learn, try and be open to new things. To expand your observation ablities, gain other opinions and share yours, to grow, acquire new information and evolve so you can take full advantage of what life has to offer. I am a firm believer that there is liberation from limitations. Growing your point of view is unquestionably one of those keys that will break you free from the shackles of your constraints. I was moved to give you this message now it’s totally up to you what you do with it. Your fate is in your hands.
P.S. Happy and safe travels on your journey