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We often look at others and wonder how they got to where they are so quickly, but their so-called overnight success was actually the result of years of unseen work. Developing your roots will make you stronger in the long run. Doing so can result in phenomenal growth. Delayed gratification.
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I love this one and talk about this often to young people. How do you cultivate this? Most of us are naturally wired to want to do what is fun and easy in life. However, the inability to delay gratification is one of the main causes of economic and personal failure in life. Once you start, it gets easier. When you are in high school, all you want to do is fit in with your peers. However, you then need to learn how to swim against the stream. The good news is, when you swim against the stream, you develop muscles, you build strength, and you become healthier and stronger than ever.
Talk about the link between humility and success and why we must appreciate our roots. Remembering where you came from gives you perspective, reminds you to be grateful, and keeps you humble.
But when you come from nothing, staying grounded is absolutely vital to maintaining your very identity. What lessons can you learn from your predecessors? Some of them may have made mistakes or taken wrong turns, but what are the strengths that have been passed down to you through the generations? What qualities of grit and determination are reflected in you now? Knowing someone in your bloodline once had resilience, drive, and ambition can unleash inspiration and drive in you today, both grounding and empowering you.
One little addition—hula hooping is mentioned as a dead end, but that is so wrong— there is now an incredibly vibrant hoop dancing culture that thrives—just check out you tube for amazing performances, lessons, tips, etc. This is an Exceptional 99PI episode! And 99PI episodes are constantly top-notch to begin with. The story is fun and fascinating and mind-opening for me. Bravo — and thank you!
This was almost like two episodes intertwined into one and I like it. Good work! Alas, laid on the grass how small, how insignificant this thought of mine looked; the sort of fish that a good fisherman puts back into the water so that it may grow fatter and be one day worth cooking and eating.
I will not trouble you with that thought now, though if you look carefully you may find it for yourselves in the course of what I am going to say. But however small it was, it had, nevertheless, the mysterious property of its kind—put back into the mind, it became at once very exciting, and important; and as it darted and sank, and flashed hither and thither, set up such a wash and tumult of ideas that it was impossible to sit still.
I found so much depth in this podcast. The evolution of skating of design but what took away from all this was the evolution of us a people. Maybe I should look at the world the same way. I recently wrote up my impressions of the podcast on my website and I also paid some homage to Roman as well. The equipment used to make that molded plywood furniture in from the s on was then adapted to make skateboards. Is no one else going to mention that the family name of the caretaker, Mr.
Thank you for making this episode.
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Eames, Aalto, the freedom of skating — which is exactly what I as doing when I heard it. Thanks again! I love it so much!!!! Your email address will not be published.
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