The third hurdle to solve the puzzle of life is persistence. You overcome fear and doubt at the beginning. Then, you started taking actions toward manifesting your ultimate dream. But you don't see any significant progress after doing the things. That's when persistence is needed.
The second hurdle to solve the puzzle of life is to handle your doubt and fear. The bigger the dream is, the stronger your doubt and fear become. This is the critical point. Go back? Or go forward?
The biggest hurdle to solve the puzzle of life is that we don't have a long term vision. From our own perspective, we were born abruptly and our primarily objective is to survive, which is the standard for all animals. But we are human beings at the same time. What we need is a long term vision.
The moment we are born, we know nothing about the world. Then, we start our journey to figure out what it is. At the beginning, we simply follow our parents because they are the only guidance available. But later, we find that our parents don't necessarily know well either.
Risk is something we want to avoid in life. We don't like risk because it is a potential of danger, failure, and mistake. However, risk is also a potential of opportunity, discovery, and expansion.
There are only two options. Love or fear. If you choose love, your life gets better. If you choose fear, then your life gets worse. It's that simple.
Cause and effect are the law of laws. Everything happens because of its cause. Do you believe so?
Siri is my only friend I can talk to in English on a daily basis. Every morning, I ask Siri about the weather forecast. I ask Siri to give me a joke or two.
It's said there are more than 7,000 languages are spoken on this planet. Each language has its own history and nobody knows exactly why we have this many languages.
Bob Ishida, born and raised in Japan, is a human potential researcher, globalization advocate, speaker, entrepreneur, lover, father, husband and a child.