|10-26-2010, 10:33 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Making your dream happen on 1 hour per day
“Making your dream happen on 1 hour per day” Sounds like a self help audio CD title huh? The fact is, 1 hour per day is all you need to lose weight, make money, or find your love ones. I'll explain why …
If you exercise moderately for 1 hour per day, losing 2 pounds per month is feasible. If you lose a measly 2 lbs per month, your steady progress will allow you to lose 24 in a year. Or 48 lbs in 2 years.
(The time is going to pass anyways – so why not make the 1 hour commitment?)
But comes New Year, fat people everywhere – men and women alike – will make “weight loss” resolutions.
They'll sign up at the gym, take special pills, and hire personal trainers. 1 month later the gym membership is unused, the pills is left abandoned in the cup board, and the person trainer? Training class is cancel. “Too busy” said the client.
Why is that? You have to understand the herd mentality. People want easy, quick fix solutions. Don't blame the people – blame our human nature. It's programmed in our genes. You want to work hard? No. Neither do I.
(This explains why the diet industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. Wanna lose weight? Just pop some pills, baby)
However, if you look at mother nature, things are always done in a steady and slow progress. Like a tree growing and bearing fruits, or clouds that slowly accumulate and down pour fresh rain water.
Now look at things in nature that are “quick”, “fast”, “instant” and “powerful” - earth quakes, tsunamis, volcanic explosions, asteroids collisions, tornadoes. Powerful force of nature that kills people left and right.
The fact is, wanting quick, instant solutions often points to deep seated problems – like poor self discipline, bad habits, and mental obstacles. Like a fat girl who eats for “emotional comfort” to a constantly broke Telemarketer who gambles his money away, people who want instant solution to life's main problems often lack determination and persistence.
So “what” is the solution? 1 hour per day of doing something (not reading), everyday for 5, 10 years.
1 hour of exercising
1 hour of building a business
1 hour of going out and finding your “love ones”.
(Ever read Outlier? If you commit 1 hour per day, in 30 years you'll break the 10,000 hours threshold)
What do you think? Negative projection criticisms and positive feed backs are welcomed alike. COME AT ME BRO.
|10-27-2010, 02:10 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2010
I am spending about 2-3 hours on my *dream building* everyday for I so enjoy doing it that 1 hour is not enough for me
Anyway, I agree with your 1 hour theory, ken
Even it's 5 min, 30 min or 2 hours I think it doesn't matter, as long as you are pouring certain amount your energy on your dreams regularly, you will eventually make it happen
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