Headway PArkour Blog
Headway PArkour Blog
Forgive me for slipping up with the blog last week, I got caught up in my video editing work and was in a serious time crunch. Please allow this extra valuable article to be my apology to you. I wanted to write about something that was applicable to everybody so I wrote about the universal topic of achieving things. We all want to achieve one thing or another so how do we do it? You’re about to find out.
Setting goals is essential for achieving things. Committing things down on paper is a very powerful act. Write down what you need to accomplish during this day, this week, this month, this year, and this lifetime. By writing down your goals you will tell your brain what really matters most, from then on you can focus all of you attention on those few important goals. That brings me to my next point: don’t spread yourself too thin. Focus on doing a few things with great expertise in contrast to doing many thing lackadaisically. Have a vision of you achieving your goals, imagine how it will feel and taste the satisfaction; Do this often and your goals will soon become a reality thanks to the law of attraction.
The law of attraction will present you with anything you desire, granted that you are willing to hold a positive mindset in conjunction with holding on to your goal no matter what happens. If there is one thing which I have learned throughout time it is to never give up. There are always thousands of paths which offer you the path of least resistance but if you are brave and hold steadfast to the difficult path of success, you will achieve what you want to. Every day I wake up and ask myself what would I do if today were my last? I then proceed to live each day with this mentality, it’s a methodology of sorts that will keep you working hard all day. These ideas may seem vast but they hold true even with simplest of goals. Always be unreasonable. Why would you ever want to be reasonable in a world where reasonability equates to mediocrity? A wise man once said that there is no reason to have a plan B because it distracts from plan A; I agree 100% with this notion. Your focus must be intensely pointed at the few things which you lust to achieve.
Aim for 10,000 hours of deliberate practice, It is the standard for mastery. I bring up this idea very often because I agree and live by. For more information on this success rule be sure to read “Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell, you won’t regret it. Another book which I fully endorse is “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” by Robin Sharma, it will teach you how to achieve all of your dreams while also living a happy and fulfilled life.
Make the rest of your life the best of your life, it doesn't matter where you have been or what you have done in the past, what matters is that you have an entire life in front of you to achieve whatever you want to. Take time to vividly visualize your future. Sit down and imagine what achieving your goals will feel like. Although it is important to visualize the future you should also be sure to live in the moment during the rest of the time. Living in the now will give you the power to do things which ordinary people cannot. Mostly due to the fact that normal people are always caught up in their past or future. The top five percent of achievers in the world got to their world class position by doing what only five percent of the population is willing to do. Remember this as you push through the roadblocks which will surely present themselve on the way to achieving your goals. I wish you the best of luck with all that you do and I pray that you will leave your mark on the universe. Namaste my friends.