Going without goals an update in the Year of the Dragon
As of January 23, we officially entered the Chinese New Year of the Dragon.
The Chinese Fortune Calendar website describes the year of the dragon this way,”The Chinese consider the dragon to be unpredictable, untouchable and, people cannot see its head and tail at the same time. Therefore, we might see something unexpected happening in 2012.”
I don’t know a thing about Chinese Astrology but, the Year of the Dragon is fitting for my decision to “go without goals” in 2012. I chose to follow my intuition or what some people refer to as their “bliss,” instead of making resolutions this year. Read More
To study intuition is to study the nature of brilliance.
Looking to find your breakthrough idea?
Have you ever wondered how visionaries like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates came up with their breakthrough ideas?
You might have wished that you could come up with ideas like that too.
I know I have. Don’t we all look at successful innovators and think, “If only I had come up with that.”
You probably thought that it was part of their nature as “geniuses” to come up with breakthrough ideas and, not in the realm of “thinking’ for a regular person like you. Right?
If you said, “yes,” you would be dead wrong.
You can think like a genius and you can create the environment to incubate breakthrough ideas like a genius, if you desire it and if you dedicate yourself to it.
It is “teachable.”
To begin popping out breakthrough ideas like a visionary you need a process.You need to understand the nature of breakthroughs, where those brilliant ideas come from, and a system to program your mind to gift you with your own breakthrough ideas. Read More
A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving. —Lao Tzu
Can you really go without goals?
On January 1st, I published an article where I boldly proclaimed that I was wasn’t making New Year’s resolutions but, that I would follow my bliss and intuition instead.
Fifteen minutes after pushing “publish,” I was scratching my head wondering, “How the heck do I do this?”
How do I accomplish anything without having goals?
I decided I better speak with Leo Babauta, whom I had cited in the post as an example of someone successfully implementing this philosophy.
Thankfully, Leo spoke with me and I can now say, “I get it!” If you too find the concept of letting go of goals, yet still achieving confusing listen to this recording. Read More