I started to read a new book – The Art of the Impossible – a peak performance primer by Steven Kotler. Until I picked up this book, I did not know who Steven Kotler was – so what did I do?
After Googling his name I learned he had written 12 books, including bestsellers The Future is Faster Than your Think, The Rise of Superman, Stealing Fire, Abundance, and Bold.
I dug right in to learn whether it lives up to its billing, searching for what it takes to shatter our self-limiting beliefs and turning our greatest hopes into our most outstanding achievements. After all, my time is running out, and I still have BIG ambitions.
The book breaks down into four sections:
Although I am just getting started, motivation comes extrinsically or intrinsically. Extrinsic motivation is transactional whereby inherently, inspiration comes from within – curiosity, passion, and purpose fuels our Drive.Drive - a book written by Daniel Pink speaks to the psychological definition - an innate, biologically determined urge to attain a goal or satisfy a need. Click To Tweet
Ask yourself, Are you getting the most out of your life, and are there ways to extract more clarity and get into the flow of achieving the Impossible?