If they do not know the seasoned history of success, no one knows!
10 July 2015
Businessmen, artists, unemployed, fathers, mothers, children, sinners and saints, we all need a little inspiration in our lives.
Why not then turn to people who serve as role models for our subject, the personality and time them to align themselves with success in their fields of action and to guarantee the veracity of their advice?
When everything seems to be collapsing before our eyes, more and some lessons we can take from great minds that made the world a better and experienced firsthand the delights of unprecedented success.
Whether you call them intelligences or minds-miracles, the fact remains: their words can shed valuable light on how to live a meaningful life, some call success …
Albert Einstein: Take matters into your own hands
If we think of how the world actually works, then this is one of the most accurate advice circulating out there. Talking about Einstein always that beyond innovative physicist who changed the course of science, was awesome thinker. Though equations stole all the glory, let’s hear something slightly different:
“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but for people who do not do anything about it.” If something we concern, rather than complaining about it, time to take action. Be the change that you dream …
Serena Kirkegkor: The attitude is paramount
The awesome Danish philosopher who put targeted ethics, psychology and philosophy of religion, has always paid special emphasis on the importance of personal choice and the degree of commitment to the goal:
“Our life is the result of our dominant thoughts,” the philosopher said, confirming the current doctrine of “you are what you think.” So you know intuitively, optimism and positive attitude to life is the royal road to success. So, otherwise, if you ever afraid to fail, guess what will happen in the end …
Albert Camus: Freedom is an important aspect
How can we even talk about success if we do not ensure the factor that makes all this possible? Yes, our precious freedom! The Nobel laureate also the existentialist Camus said as could unequivocally:
“The only way to cope with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence to an act of revolution”! So Become the revolution espoused if you want to live the life you dream of …
Carl Jung: Try to understand the people around you
One of the fathers of analytical psychology, who dealt extensively with the mechanisms of introversion / extroversion, archetypes and the collective unconscious, gives us one of the most enlightening and accurate advice ever. This is because I firmly believe that what we disturb the behavior of the other has to do strictly with our own personality:
“Whatever our angers others can lead us to a better understanding of ourselves.” Everyone is different and therefore to get on the road to success, we must learn to work together in harmony with people around us. The next time you angry with something that someone makes, ask yourself why: There is an unconscious level for you to do exactly the same. The human mind also leaves nothing to chance …
Sigmund Freud: Prepare to take responsibility
The father of psychoanalysis, showed mankind the importance of the unconscious, of dreams and of the Oedipus Complex, dedicated his life to trying to understand the human mind. The pioneer of psychology linked freedom with personal responsibility, considering them essential conditions for happiness and success in life:
“Most people do not really want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility, and most people are afraid of the responsibility.” So if you are overspending, no chance of success in terms of …
Pablo Picasso: separate from the pile
The leading modernist painter, who both recognized the importance of being original, authentic and follow your dreams, the piece stated emphatically:
“Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what can be done and ask why not. “So think different, have a vision for your actions and pioneered if you want success. No wind is favorable also if you do not know to which port shoot …
Steve Jobs: Find your passion and follow what you do
The visionary inventor started everything in the family garage when he was in the 20 years of his life, something we knew success! Self-made, created Apple from scratch through hard work, dedication and adherence to the goal:
“Your time is limited, do not spend it living someone else’s life. Do trapped in dogmas, which means to live a life according to what others think. Do not let the noise of others’ opinions drown to your inner voice. And, most importantly of all, have the courage to follow your heart and your intuition. They already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. ”
Salvador Dali: Do not limit yourself
If you have to choose the best example of the man who stood out from the bunch and was not afraid to be different, it would undoubtedly be the pioneer surrealist Salvador Dali. The guy believed strongly that we need to destroy everything that restrict your visions and outplay any obstacle to express yourself with the life and work can subscribe them in the most vivid way. Perhaps success must therefore be viewed through surreal light:
“At the age of 6 years old, I wanted to become a cook. At 7 I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has since increased steadily “! So next time you find a good excuse to avoid to become what you want, maybe to rethink the words (and projects) Dali? Nobody had thought to paint malleable watches before the Spaniard, though this did not stop the course to create what you had in mind …
Leonardo da Vinci: Do not stop learning
There are not enough words in the language to adequately describe the epitome of the Renaissance man, the awesome and terrible creator, artist, inventor and thinker da Vinci. It was indeed a restless curiosity that made him deal with so many different things, the only thing that surpassed to the insatiable thirst for learning, which obviously shows the way to success:
“Iron rusts from disuse, the water loses its purity from stagnation … the same way the inertia undermining the vigor of the mind.” Nothing is impossible if you put purpose and the worst thing you can do is to remain empty-handed. Continuous learning and self-improvement, then, is the avenue that leads to the country’s success …
Charles Bukowski: Live!
These are all very valuable tips that we would do well to start now follow them religiously. But they seem vain if you do not live as must your life and do not rejoice every step of the process! That’s why the best advice is the simplest, heritage unique in authoring time Buckovski. He also said in his book «Factotum»: «My baby, I’m a long shot, but no one knows except me!” Man laughing with all the wrong of his life and never took very seriously at what was happening around him knew firsthand that at the end of the day what counts is to have lived moments until the marrow:
“What is terrible is not death, but the lives people live or do not live up to their death. Some people do not ever escape, how terrible life must therefore live! “. You should begin to live to liberate all the creative forces within yourself, so you arrive sometime in the much desired success …