The moment the first breath of life filled your lungs, you set out pursuing goals. Your first goal was to get something to eat, and when you were fed, you were very satisfied.
Soon, you started to pursue bigger goals—to sit up, to crawl, to walk, to talk. Think of the satisfaction, pride and joy that came with your first word or first step. However, that satisfaction soon wore off and dissatisfaction set in. You wanted to put words together, steps together. You wanted to accomplish more and do greater things. That’s natural.
And that natural desire to be, do and have more continues throughout your entire lifetime. You do want to experience life and experience it in abundance. You not only should, you can have the things you want and you will have them if you rekindle that early spirit that caused you to pursue and achieve those first goals.
Unfortunately, too many of us were told at an early stage that we should be satisfied with what we have. Goals and their importance were lost.
You should never be satisfied. Happy, but not satisfied. Dissatisfaction is a creative state. It gave us the car, the internet and the smartphone. In other words, dissatisfaction gave you and me the lifestyle that we enjoy today.
So, develop a healthy dissatisfaction with your life. Set new goals—big, exciting goals. Then, set out to achieve them with the same enthusiasm you knew and used as a baby.
That is called living. Everything else is dying.
Published By @EMPIREGENIUS