Tag Archives: action
You must live your life like a stretched bow, always ready to act… Rubbish
🙂 source: manolosway
Immediate action needed
picture (accompanying an interesting article) from Raw Food Health
Create your own world
picture (without text) seen on Street Art
“Be happy” by Leo Tolstoi
I bet that Leo Tolstoi had something in his mind when he said that. It can’t be something so abstract. Take a minute and think of it… Picture taken from http://imgfave.com/view/1685229
Make sure your dreams go together with your actions
“Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art” Leonardo Da Vinci
How you dare to live?
Life balance is not static
Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving. Albert Einstein.
Dream and act
First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do. Epictetus
Remember! Do not fall into the trap: wishing is completely different from goal-setting.
A card for every day
Start little by little with the things you can do!
According to goal setting theory, the achievement of a goal returns satisfaction and releases extra motivation for achieving a future target. On the contrary, an unrealistic and unachievable target means that we might loose, apart from the extra boost of motivation (which is … Continue reading
Unlearn “Learned Helplessness” IV, Do something-do anything
By taking an action (any action) we mobilise our body to mobilse our mind. Alternatively, the more we do the more we want to do. The Seligman’s dogs would not learn to tolerate the state of pain, if they jumped … Continue reading
N O W
A wit once said: “don’t put off for tomorrow the things you can do today”
M.E.E.T.ing your goals
No matter what your goal may be, from “quitting smoking” to the more abstract “changing my life”, before you set out for it, just, bear in mind that you need to be adequate, in all phases of goal-setting. So, take … Continue reading
“How am I going to climb to the mountain’s peak”?…-“Well, start climbing now, and do not think of it a lot”.Friedrich Nietzsche, from the collection of poems “Do you want to pluck my roses?”.