Often, innovation and idea creation require peace and quiet, make sure you’re giving your brain enough of that to do it’s the best work.
Silence, quiet, stillness, meditation, thinking. Making space for mind to wander and think, with no stimulation, no input, no phone calls, no emails, texts, chats, or messages. Time to just process it’s own thoughts.
What would happen if the next time you found yourself in a seriously crappy situation if you took a step back, realized that no matter how bad the situation was that it would pass, you would get over it, and you would be ok.
We live in a world built on purpose to distract you, cause you to be dissatisfied with your life, so you’ll feel sorry for yourself, relinquish control, and spend money and remain complacent.
The older I get the more I realize some of the most simple things in life are the most profound. I guess that’s wisdom being developed over a lifetime of hard work, hard tries, and hard mistakes.
You can’t learn it in a book; you can’t be told it from someone else, you have to live it. AND here’s the most important part, you have to live it in a way that you are willing to learn, open to gain knowledge and wisdom.