Doing What Needs to be Done

Thomas Henry Huxley an English biologist from the XIX century said:“Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not; it is the first lesson which ought to be learned, and, however early a man’s training begins, it is probably the last lesson which he learns thoroughly.”

With the advent of facebook, youtube and the world wide web, procrastination became one of the biggest problems of the XXI century.

Even larger than when Professor Huxley said that sentence.

Somehow we now think that we can simply dodge what we have to do and everything will show up in our
door step anyway.

We are living in a culture of demanding with very little work.

And we forget that if we don’t repeatedly do what we need to do on a daily basis, even when it’s raining, or when we don’t feel good, or when we’re in a mood, or when the dog died and so on, we won’t get where we want to go.

Farmers understand this very well.

The cows still need to get milked whether you are in the mood or not. Your horses need to be fed whether you are depressed or not. Your lettuce must be watered whether your dog died or not.

But building that website can wait. Or making that sales call. Or writing that report.

We can certainly benefit from a more earthly connection with Will, just like a farmer, but with the same airy component of modern age of being agile and versatile.

Join these two and you have a winner!

If we follow the advice of Professor Huxley everyday, we can be assured that our objectives have a great fuel burning for them and a much higher likelihood of getting achieved.

One thing that we train in the 10 Steps to Inner Power training is precisely the inner power to do
what needs to be done! More information here:

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