Are You Achieving All You Can?

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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:
Motivation
Learning
Creativity
Flow

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

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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?

 

CATEGORIES: Inspiration