Boring or Dynamic?
Do you feel boring or dynamic? Boring is tedious and static; not moving. Dynamic is seen as constant change or progress. It’s moving. Are you bored with a lack of direction, no new goals and feeling stagnant? Is your life static with the same old, same old routine?
Maybe this is you: you’re bored and think you need be more interesting to get more work and have more friends. The video games you’ve been playing constantly are not challenging any more. You want something more exciting in life. You start thinking seriously about being a model for Muscle Magazine next year. You love the pictures on the front cover.
Frozen in Fear
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You do some research on steroids, but are facing Brain Hack #2, frozen in fear. You decide Muscle Magazine may not be the perfect fit, but Outdoor Magazine would. You spend some time researching some exotic trips and the budget you’ll need to buy an expensive camera and cover your expenses.
You find most exotic trips include hiking to high places and realize your fear of heights could be an issue. Anyway, the trip you really want to take is way out of your budget. You change your plan to pursue a feature in Oprah Magazine.
Many Live Static Lives
SOME SOLUTIONS: Realize many live a life that is fairly static, staying the same, and it’s not easy to change to being dynamic and moving.
Accept who you are right now. If you feel boring, research a hobby or activity that will fit in with your personal skill set. Try to stay away from programming as a 2-thumb video controller. If you do have a fear of heights, it’s O.K. not to go mountain climbing!
If you have trouble defining your skill set, go back to Brain Hack #1, then Brain Hack #8 to define your identity and personal strengths. Identify at least three things someone could do with your personal skill set. Pursue one that you’ll personally go after. Remember, boring is not always bad. In fact, it can be very good and costs a lot less than exotic trips and expensive cameras. If you do get a feature in Oprah Magazine, let me know and I’ll read it!
5 Tips to Live a Dynamic Life
- Tip #1: Accept who you are right now. If you’re boring, own up to it! I’m 95% nerd when I work on projects, but love people enough to be an extrovert in my job!
- Tip #2: Research a hobby or activity that fits within your skill set. If you’re truly afraid of heights? Don’t take up mountain climbing as a hobby!
- Tip #3: Put down at least 3 things someone could do with your skill set. Actually write these down or put them in the notes section of your phone to remind you often!
- Tip #4: Make plans to pursue at least one of those things in the next two weeks. Remember, if you never start, you’ll never finish!
- Tip #5: Now Evaluate! It’s important to take a realistic look at what’s working and what’s not working! Don’t be afraid to revise your plan!
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