Are you a risk taker? Do you love a challenge? If yes, then congratulate yourself. Pat yourself on the back for a job well done. It is not every day that you get to meet individuals who love a challenge. Well, most of us do, but not on a regular basis.
Challenges are our “humps” on the road, the dirt that makes life more interesting. It would have been different if life was a plain paved road; life would have not been what we know of now. Sometimes, it is good to encounter challenges, but more often than not, we forget their real meaning. We tend to focus on the negativity; the turbulence they cause in our lives and not on the after effect. We tend to dwell on the pain and count the tears rather than focus on the lessons that would make a positive impact in our lives.
I admit; challenges make me quiver and shiver – not with delight, but with confusion. Yes, I am one of those who over think and tend to finish the alphabet before anything happens. I have an instant “fear of the unknown” that makes me anticipate the worst and neglect the best. In other words, I dwell on the “what it might be” rather than “what it really is”.
To be able to think ahead and foresee the future is a truly magical feat to consider. Though not to dwell entirely on the “end”, still it is but natural to think ahead than sulk without doing anything. To put your foot forward entails more than a willingness to conquer, but more so, it is a combination of discipline and control. The connotation of such enables the individual to think, decide, act, and own his actions in response to a particular situation. More so, it allows him to think both ways – with regard to minute details and the big picture without having to disrupt the way he currently lives his life.
To take a risk and rule a decision by the neck implies a certain degree of gusto that permits the individual to fulfill his goals and objectives in life. It allows him to satisfy his innate self and at the same time, enrich and develop it altogether.
With the likes of NLP and the specialized NLP Trainings conducted, it is now possible to help individuals be who they want to be before it is too late. Not to emphasize on the realization of death or regret in the end, but for as long as one is still alive, enabling the self to learn and develop accordingly is possible.
More so, NLP helps man to be as productive as he can ever be by allowing him to be curious, and to satisfy his curiosity in return. The ability to seek for the truth is what makes man both intellectually and emotionally capable of understanding the world that he is in. If such were imbibed, man would be able to see things in the right perspective and forego his “fear of the unknown”.
Thus, be not afraid of challenges. Rather, be inspired to take them by the neck and seek for the fulfillment you aspire for.
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