Updated: Oct 8, 2021
Hey, folks. Welcome to readinghabit.net.I hope you are doing great in your life. Today's topic is being unique. Let's begin with quotes.
Quotes: “You need to know what your unique strengths are and be willing to delegate.”-Tim Ferriss
Quotes: "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect."-Mark Twain
Creating your guidelines for living or accomplishing something in your life is part of being unique. When it comes to living, it's all about how you spend your time while still being satisfied. It's something that some individuals do thorough work, Some do it through creating art, while others do it by exploring.
If you ask me, the only simple way to be unique is to follow your heart. Yes, there should be a passion for doing something that moves you, and when you have that, you will always be unique in that work. Doing something opposite doesn't mean you don't know how to work; it means you discovered a way to work that is superior to what others are doing.
The world will accept a unique Being, do you believe that? The question you'll ask yourself is whether they'll agree with you or disagree with you. But you shouldn't worry about what other people say, since you should always follow your heart as I said earlier. There is a certain amount of confusion in this context. As a result, I've discovered a few things that I've learned from my own experiences
Do what you like: The most crucial step is to do what you enjoy. If you don't enjoy what you're doing, it's like pushing yourself to do nothing.
Implementation of your idea: Put your plan into action when you decide to do something unusual. Instead of wondering what will happen next or whether or not it will succeed, take action. Start your journey knowing the pros and cons of your plan, so you may make adjustments along the way.
Begin with a simple task: When you first begin working, start with simple tasks. Making a small assignment will make it easier for you to act. My first attempt at blogging consisted of 15 days of writing about specific books, after which I decided to create my website.
Upgrade yourself: If you'll always come up with new ideas and accomplish things that no one else has thought of. Learning this way consists of reading new books that will improve your skills and enrolling in courses. Examples include my recent interest in blogging and my participation in online courses on the subject.
Use the Pareto principle: This is a law that I discovered while reading a book. According to Tim Ferriss' 4-hour workweek, Pareto established a rule is known as the Pareto 80-20 rule, which can be summarised as follows: Only 20% of the cases result in 80% of the outcomes. If you apply this law to your work, you will be proud of your results in a short period of time and will not feel burned out.
Those are the points I want to make. Becoming happy is as simple as following these steps. You can do anything and acquire anything you desire in life because you'll become exactly what you always wanted to be.
PODCAST I LISTEN WHICH I FEEL I WANT TO SHARE WITH YOU.
The Tim Ferriss podcast with Jason Fried is called How to Live Life on Your Own Terms.
I highly recommend reading Rework by Jason Fried.
BOOK WHICH I AM READING THIS WEEK.
Sorry, I'm still reading the same book, the Four-Hour Work Week; perhaps the blog will appear next week; I haven't started yet, but I'll try to publish next week.
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