Wednesday, February 25, 2009

A Simple Way To Improve

When you are lost in a small island, do you improve fast, if at all?

The answer is obviously NO.

Why?

It is because you are alone with limited resources.
What you have maybe, rocks, sands, trees, insects, etc.

Day in and day out, you will be looking at them.
Your mind will go stagnant with nothing changing day after day.

So to improve yourself, you need information.

The information can be the latest updates or past historical matters.

What drives you to think and improvise is knowledge.

Knowledge comes from information.
When there is lack of information, how else can you get knowledge?

Thus, it will be nice to capture as many information as you can to expand your database or knowledge base. And with that you will be on the way to being a better person and an improved one.

It is just that simple.

:-)

2 comments:

Loomis said...

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"The average person puts only 25% of his energy and ability into his work. The world takes off its hat to those who put in more than 50% of their capacity, and stands on its head for those few and far between souls who devote 100%."
Andrew Carnegie

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Dwayne Gilbert said...

I find that I myself improve the most when my island is going through an earthquake.

So I try to keep moving and challenging myself. I don't focus on the negative, as so many people do and that is why they are forced to improve.

Instead, I focus on the challenges that I place in front of myself. Goals, dreams, improving relationships, spiritual improvement, etc...

This forces me to improve in order to get better, quicker, bigger results on a regular basis.

When we are content, we sit still. I try to keep myself moving so that I don't sit still. Of course, no one is perfect, so my technique still needs some work at times. But ICAN "improvement is constant and neverending"