If these quotes made you stop and think about them for even a moment, you know you are onto something.
So read on 🙂
Living sustainably is the end goal of everything
At least of everything I write about on this blog. But sustainability itself it is not the most important.
Yes, you heard me right.
It has just various perspectives from which it can be approached and different levels of implementation.
The most important is that you enjoy what you are doing.
Don’t we all think that?
A bit of a challenge is OK.
Positive challenge encourages eustress, overwhelming challenge will likely bring unhealthy stress, failure and might force you to give up.
And that’s not what you want.
Changing takes time.
It needs patience – a lot of it.
And as much as I’d like to change the world, including myself; whenever I try to hurry up the process I end up creating a mess.
To make it short: Radical change can simply not be forced and if done so against all odds, it often is simply not sustainable.
How to go about it
Figure out at which level you think and practice sustainability and go from there. It’s never too late to start or go back to strengthen your foundation. Indeed, it is highly recommended to do that to live the life you were meant to live.
You already know what your struggle is and want to find a solution. Check this section to jump right into your problems and start solving them by learning to think sustainably (learn healthy mindsets, attitudes and habits).
Not sure where to start? Though I highly recommend to start checking out the levels first, if all you need is a bit of inspiration start here.
1. Keep the end goal in mind
Starting point – The normal, dependant, unaware life
Level 1 – Learn & Grow Personally
Level 2 – Build sustainable Relationships
Level 3 – Grow Influence and
Level 4 – Lead, Insipire and Grow people