Pause Before You Begin: How to Invest in Yourself
Keep your plan where you can read it regularly, like on your wall or a note on your phone.
Make time to look at your plan every week. It should serve as a reminder of how you want to invest in yourself.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
"By far the most significant learning experience in adulthood involves critical self-reflection - reassessin..."
You need to have absolute clarity over 3 fundamental facts:
A very simple, but crucial principle: if you don’t know where you are, you can never reach the place where you want to be.
Making an alternative choice is hard because we are neurologically wired to favor the default solution, even if it brings suboptimal results.
As the complexity of a decision increases, so does our tendency to stick with the answer we know.
A tradeoff is inevitable in almost every decision we take, as we usually forego some opportunity or benefit in our choices.
Many people strive for everything and believe there are no tradeoffs.
Focussing on less can get you something but focusing on everything may get you nothing.
We seem to think that the people around us have everything in life.
Tradeoffs in others take time to become apparent. Everyone lets go of something, making a sacrifice, to be able to focus, investing time and energy in what is important to them.