This is your favorite time of year. We are all still alive and well, so why is this the time we have to be all about something we can’t control? It’s about time to put some fun into our lives.
We have so many distractions these days. Everything from a new iPhone to YouTube and Twitter, to our friends. We have a lot going on in our lives that we cant control. We have to make every moment of our life count for something.
It’s always hard to keep focus. You spend so much time worrying about the past, the future, and the present that you forget what you’ve got now. Sure I can write and edit articles about anything I want to write about, but it’s hard to just live and breathe without it. When you’re trying to do so much, it’s hard to take one thing at a time and remember that you’ve got more.
We need to keep our focus. We need to be constantly focused on what we have now and what we have to do to make our lives better. Thats why I write. I blog. I read news. I watch videos of people who work at big companies. I read books. I do a podcast. I do random random stuff that isnt very focused on anything right now but I need to be better at. I need to make better decisions.
If you want to be better at something, you need to be better at it. We all need to take stock of what we have right now and make good decisions. There are so many things going on in our lives that we don’t know what to do with, and we need to figure that out.
It’s great that we can learn from each other, but we can’t all be the same. We all need to take a step back and ask what we do best.
If you want to be better at something, you need to be better at it. For example, if you want to become a better writer, then you need to be better at writing. If you want to become a better athlete, then you need to be better at that. And so on. I’m sure you get my point.
Im not sure how you can think that something that is so obvious should be considered not-so-obvious.
As far as self-awareness goes, I think there is something to that (I mean, I think we need to have some self-awareness to think about what we do). But I think the “obvious” part is really just having an awareness that our habits, routines, impulses, reactions, etc. are what is driving us and controlling us.
I think most of us would agree that our habits, routines, impulses, reactions and reactions are what is driving us. But not all of us. The fact is, the majority of our actions are not driven by our consciousness at all. In fact, they are a product of our unconscious actions. We are not aware of what drives our actions. We are just blind to them.