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#18 The great purpose

Konstantin Starodetskii

The Great Purpose

The Great Purpose. Every one of us has one. As we grow, the most challenging part is to discover it and have the courage to pursue. It’s very tempting to succumb to easy-to-do, insignificant activities that come with the flow of life.

Every individual does matter in this world. Recently, I’ve heard a story that made me proud of humanity. An Indonesian air controller who was just 21-year-old refused to leave his post despite a magnitude 7.5 earthquake so that the plane could safely take off.

He sacrificed his life. He made a choice when he felt like he’s the only one who could do it. If he left his post with others, no one would blame him. He was brave and manifested his purpose by accepting it. Unbelievably hard decision in the moment of crisis. I want every citizen of the Earth to know about this Heroic Act.

Now, I think that life presents us with multiple chances to achieve our Great purpose right up until the moment we pass away. However, it’s up to us whether we accept the challenge or do something that’s easier.

The Great Purpose needs your courage to come true, but never doubt that there’s a Great Purpose.

#17 Grab an opportunity

Konstantin Starodetskii

Unconscious Thoughts

Grab an opportunity. When you’ve decided to set yourself on a journey towards a specific career goal, unexpected magic happens. You get an opportunity to make the first step. It happens so fast and sudden that you don’t even see value in it. And that’s the tricky part.

You have to have the courage to pursue that chance. Of course, if it aligns with your career goal. Don’t think about rewards or any other benefits. Imagine that it’s your essential step to break free from the years of inaction. This trigger sets you up for future success. Embrace it right away.

Next time may happen months and years from now. In the worse scenario, it may not even happen at all. So get right to business the moment you set your mind to it. Even if this specific job or a gig won’t bring you direct results, it will connect to the new or more significant possibilities.

It just happens, I don’t really know why. The excitement of unknown will motivate you to achieve better results. When your mind is free from unnecessary knowledge, you can produce results people would never think possible.

Also, you’ll pleasantly surprise yourself with your hidden powers. Grab an opportunity and reach your goals.

#14 Action cures failures

Konstantin Starodetskii

Action cures failures

Action cures failures. And that’s a fact. No matter how massive your defeat. You didn’t get what you’ve wanted. That sucks, very much. There may be moments when you want to dig yourself under the ground as deep as possible. Or go into some retreat. Hold on! Make a quick analysis.

Ask yourself: ”Does this activity makes me happy? If the answer is “no”- forget about it, but if it’s a “yes,” then declare to yourself: “I’m doing it again starting now.” Push yourself a little harder and turn frustration into a dedication.

The faster you’ll make this decision the better. In other words, you tell yourself: “I refuse to suffer.” To what your mind probably responds something like: “What do you mean you’re refuse?! Are you kidding me?! I’ve already pre-planned your depression for the following year, what I’m gonna do now?” That’s the moment when you act.

When you do this first step towards attaining your goals, your mind will say: “I see... Why didn’t you tell me before?!” And now with the first action made, and your mind on your side, you set yourself up for a beautiful journey while avoiding unnecessary suffering.

As a result, you’ll be much better self then you were when you failed, and that’s golden. Now your mind and body are well-prepared to tackle the challenge. Good luck!

#13 Living on the edge

Konstantin Starodetskii

Living on the edge

Living on the edge. This is a tricky concept. Should you live like that or not? Within the last few days on my filming trip through the deserts of Arizona, Utah, and Nevada. I’ve encounter three things that made me reconsider the concept of living on the edge.

Number one, walking down the Las Vegas strip. Number two, gazing at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, and number three, writing this episode in the sky while flying from McCarran airport to the Burbank one. So what is living on the edge? It’s not just running along the rim of the Grand Canyon. This is way bigger. It’s life in its absolute, purest form. It’s a constant stream of energy that drives you towards your goal.

Yes, there is a fair chance of losing and failing. But also another opportunity to discover great experiences unknown to the most of humanity. If you live in a box whether it’s a physical one or a mental prison in your mind, get out of there. That is not life. Make a change. The key here is that the flow of energy makes you happy and lasts as long as you’re trying. While failure is painful but short.

The challenge is to think of failure as a learning tool. You’ve failed not because you’re a born that way. Most likely you just didn’t give your best, or it’s not your thing at all. Be honest with yourself. Rethink your priorities Ask yourself: “Why am I doing this?” And don’t let your emotions control your actions, force your actions to cure your despondency.

If you failed, take a deep breath and sing a song about your failure making up words as you go along. The next day, start from a fresh page. It’ll save month maybes even years of time. Keep your energy flow going by embracing the power of living on the edge.

#10 Rise to a challenge

Konstantin Starodetskii

Rise to a challenge

Rise to a challenge. Grab a cup of delightful warm tea or coffee, turn off all the devices you have, allowing your mind to deepen into the treasures of your consciousness. Take a few moments until your body relaxes and then ask this question: “What challenge thrills my heart?”

It can be anything, running an obstacle race, writing a novel, climbing the Everest, or sailing around the world. The limit is your imagination. Once you’ve found your breathtaking mission, take action immediately. Sign up for a race, take a novel writing class, or read an article on how to climb Everest.

On top of that, make a considerable financial and psychological commitment, the one that’ll leave you with no other options but to take the challenge. Raise your stakes as high as you possibly can. The next day, start sharing your passion with your social circles. From now on, you’re on an exclusive heroes journey. Your actions have to be consistent, so your skills and confidence increase exponentially.

On your quest, you’ll encounter the moments when your brain will give the most persuasive reasons to quit, and that’s exactly when you have to push harder, that’s the moment that separates most people from achieving goals. Eventually, when you take this challenge and complete it, your life will change forever.

You’ll feel like you can do anything, there’ll be no fear. And which is more you’ll have a cool story to tell later. Rise to your challenge, my fellow humans.