‘Why’ Power

How many times has this happened with you, when you want to pursue something, or try to get out of an old habit, temptations circle you around and whispers in your ears, attracts you towards the false habits and delusions?
THIS IS UNHEALTHY.
When you want to achieve great heights, you need to maintain your will power, but I must tell you, will power is limited, while traveling on the road with hard rocks, your energy might drain.
But believe in yourself, get the IF and THEN theory into action, if the temptations cross your way, then make an excuse to them, do not procrastinate about the tasks you need to do.
Remember, will power is driven by the WHY of your life,
why do you want to exercise, because you want to lose weight,
why do you want to read books, to achieve knowledge
why do you want to spend time with your closed ones, because you care about them.
The key is to find the why,
But do not rush into all the things together, do it one by one.
one thing at a time continuously and constantly, make it a habit in sometime, then once it becomes a habit, take another task. This won’t drain you out and you would be able to spend your will bucks smartly.

Detox yourself by knowing yourself, know your why and spend the will bucks smartly.


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17 thoughts on “‘Why’ Power

  1. Hi, I am so happy that my words could inspire you. Thank you so much. Indeed, we all need some motivation to get through the day. Much love to you and your family πŸ™‚

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  2. I read it, thank you so much. As per my professional life, I am a food technologist. I can totally relate with the mindset you are facing and going through. I hope I can be of some help in future. πŸ™‚

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  3. Nicely written Priya. Though there are plenty of good motivational blogs out there but this one deserves to stand in the line of Best Motivational Blogs.

    P.S: Exam season start hone wala hai, sahi time pe post kiya. Lol

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  4. Especially I like the “… do not rush into things altogether”.

    We must prioritise, no?
    And to prioritise we first need know what it is that we really wantβ€”want, rather than simply desire. So the first step must be to know ourselves.

    If I had to give adviceβ€”I try not to, I’m no paradigmβ€”I’d offer Polonius’s advice to Laertes in Shakespeare’s Hamlet; and the book ‘The Richest Man In Babylon’. (Both a bit dated now, but absolutely timeless.)

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  5. I agree with what Polonius said at the end, to be yourself, to be real. But his whole speech was contradictory, asking him to be smart with his choices and then on the other hand asking him to be true.
    Well, apart from that, I haven’t really read “The Richest Man In Babylon”, would definitely put this on my list.

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