I read around three years of age a child starts to refer to himself as I. Before that, he uses the third person. I guess this could be earlier but the point is that at some time we start to realize we are human, we wake up consciously.Let us have a look at the stages of Consciousness. Before we do this we must remember that being awake does not necessarily mean we think or even remember. This is such as when we have an operation. However, the article does not include this temporary minded times but general consciousness.
There are few among us who don’t have dreams, desires, projects or goals that we haven’t been able to achieve. Or perhaps it’s a nasty habit we want to break. Often we haven’t even been able to take the first step.
For some it’s career goals; start your own business, change or advance your career, or continue your education. For others, it may be a health goal: quit smoking, lose weight, or exercise more. So many seem to struggle with disorganization and clutter (if you have piles, you know who you are.) Financial goals can be especially difficult, as can habits of procrastination and lackluster productivity.
The good news is, we can be successful in any area. The bad news is, we do have to put in some work. Simply deciding what we want or making the decision to change a behavior is not enough.
We first need to understand, that it makes no difference what we’re trying to achieve, the process, preparation and strategy is the same. The most important step is the first; START. Just take that first step, it the most difficult. As with anything, it gets easier as you gain momentum. [Read more…]