Unlimited motivation

By searching for motivation ultimately you will find the best source of it by going deep down to your roots of what you are doing and what consists your structure and being. It’s at the same time so simple and so complicated. Not related with a kind of overthought believe system or super-human capacities. Nearby, near each of us, at the distance of your eyes, if you will look, at first, you will not see, after some time you will understand that is all around you. Something that you ignore but you can feel with your body because it’s older than ”us” it’s older than many things. This its called soul, motivation, nirvana, God, tell it as you want, its something that overpass us and shouldn’t be searched outside, because it’s limited there, when you make an effort to look at you without any beliefs and thoughts then you find the unlimited motivation.

You get to the point when you understand that people like you created all the things in the world, and you, by yourself can be a creator and move things forward. Then you get the point that motivation isn’t a magic thing, it’s that energy that keeps you moving forward on achieving your goal.

Some will name it enthusiasm, perseverance, positive energy, I can be wrong here with categorizing this, but the initial idea is that motivation stays before any of those. I think what I’m trying to do at this stage of my life is to create a hierarchy of things and put everything as much possible in order. Once I generate the flow, I keep adding new activities to my hierarchy. I struggle because my fundament was somehow weak or not how I expected to be. I tried in many ways to find answers to my worries, but that brought me to the place where I understood that it’s me who can put the things in order and to decide how my future will be. Still, I have much work to do, but I think that I know what I need to do next.

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The minimalism

The art of having only stuff that you need is called minimalism.

Throw anything away or give to someone that needs more than you. Be generous, because what you give you will receive in another way.

Until the moment you will clean your life from stuff, ideas, memories that keeps you in a mess and the past, you will not have enough energy to push forward new projects and to meet new stuff that you can adore.

The secret is not to add more, its to clean your self enough to see who you are.

Keep your cup empty and seek only to add what you need. It’s better to starve a bit than to overeat.

Our life is like a circle; we always come back where we start, and we receive what we give.

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Morning routines

I had read that the way you start your day is fundamental. It gives you power, direction, energy and focuses on achieving what you want.

In the last five years, I tried many to do lists and self-management techniques, and they helped me to achieve good results, but for greatness, I fell that I need something different. The paradox is that the only person that can stop me from making my dreams come true is me. The way it blocks me is because of the way I am.

We have a way to behave in this world, and the fact is that nobody taught us how to understand and push forward our strong side. For greatness, I realized that the most important is how I behave each day, what makes me energic, motivated, happy, focused and confident.

So, for me now is essential keep doing more of what makes me happy.

Be with people that I care, to help those that are in need, super-serve people I work with, read daily, move my body the way I feel, travel and discover the world, live personal commitments as often as I can, make this world a better place.

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