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Quick on actions. Patience on results.


Be quick on your actions. Have patience on your results.

Be quick on your actions. Have patience on your results.

Be quick on your actions. Whenever I have an idea, I start typing it down as soon as possible on my app for notes on my smart phone or laptop. Sometimes I write it down in my notebook. Next, I research and write my plan and strategy. If it looks doable, I execute my actions stated in my plan. I do my best to work on my small goals daily. Over time, these small goals compound, and so does my knowledge, skills, and relationships. If it’s a physical activity, I read up on it and then begin practicing it. If I enjoy the activity, I add it to my arsenal of physical exercises.

Have patience on your results. Many successful people say it takes 10 years or more to achieve our big goals. I don’t consider myself a successful person, but for all the things I’ve envisioned achieving, it took me about 6 to 7 years to accomplish them, whether it be a high-scoring soccer player in my teenage years, becoming a lawyer and politician, and reaching certain benchmarks for my business ventures. Of course, on my journey towards my goals, I’ve had numerous small failures and a few big ones. However, my failures gave me valuable lessons, skills, and some good relationships that adds to my ever-growing foundation. Currently, I’m reinventing myself and working on several business projects that has been very challenging, even uncomfortable at times. I’ll keep working hard to succeed, yet always be ready to adjust and evolve when things don’t go as planned. I’m doing all I can to be patient with my results.

If you’re impatient on your results, you’ll get frustrated with your failures and criticize your progress as being too slow. Further, your stress and anxiety will rise. Impatience on your results may cause you to give up on your dreams before you could fully know your potential. For me, it would kill me to not know the extent of my potential, win or lose.

I hope these practices can help you as much as it helps me. I wish you the best in all your endeavors!

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How to be productive when you’re anxious about your problems.


Be productive and crush your anxiety by being present, letting go of things you can't control, working on one thing at a time.

Be present, let go of things you can’t control, and work on one thing at a time that you can control!

Productivity is something I’m constantly working on. On some days, I’m in the zone. Everything flows. I get amazing ideas! I’m able to figure things out rather smoothly! And importantly, I execute on a significant amount of work!

Then, there are those days when my problems overwhelm me, stagnating my ideas, overwhelming my willpower to overcome issues, and slowing my progress on work.

To increase my productivity on my challenging days, I do the following, which helps me tremendously: (1) Be present and put aside my fear of what may or may not happen tomorrow; (2) Focus on what I can control; and (3) Work on one thing at a time.

Being present keeps me in the moment. I can’t see the future, nor can I fully control it, so why should I waste more of my time worrying about it?

Second, I let go of thinking about things I can’t control. Instead, I redirect my focus on all the things I can control that’ll move me forward towards my vision of where I want to go.

Then I get myself to start working on my small tasks that I can control, one at a time. Once I finish a task, I feel much better. Then I complete another task, causing my mood to feel even better, so I keep going. Each little win really packs an awesome power boost of positive energy! Further, completing all these small goals are huge because they add up over time! This is the power of compounding many small wins!

When you try to look back in time, a lot of our problems seem much smaller. In fact, you may not remember every single detail of all the issues that bothered you. However, you can see clearly before you, all the work, knowledge, and skills you developed from that time period.

[I wrote this article for Positive Masters, an e-commerce store at www.positivemasters.com , which provides lifestyle practices, creative writing, apparel, accessories, and fashion to boost your happiness and counter any stress, anxiety, or sadness you may be facing.]

 

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I’m so happy for actor and entrepreneur Keanu Reeves for getting his hand and footprints memorialized in cement at the TCL Chinese Theatre!


I’m so happy for #actor and #entrepreneur Keanu Reeves for getting his hand and footprints memorialized in cement at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday May 14, 2019. When I was a teen, I told my mom and dad that he was going to be a huge star. With his mixed ethnicity of Hawaiian, Chinese, and Caucasian, he has represented us minorities in the U.S. well. Keanu’s #compassion and #humbleness has made him a #superstar among stars!!! 💫

#keanureeves #congratulations #happy #awesome #success #positive #inspirational #caring #kind #hollywood #california
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Today, we honor a legend. Congrats Keanu Reeves! #JohnWick3

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Study the Patterns of Life


A breeze brought you here.

Study the patterns of life,

like that of nature.

– Jon Riki Karamatsu, Haiku Poem #196, 11/16/2018 –

Pattern recognition. There are patterns of nature like the Hawaiian trade winds. There are also patterns in business such as supply and demand, branding, marketing, and investing. There are even patterns in our self-development such as our habits in studying, working, and exercising. When we recognize how these patterns can benefit us and others, we can mitigate our risks and increase our success.

 

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Steven Spielberg’s Rules For Success


Steven Spielberg’s rules for success put together by entrepreneur Evan Carmichael. This is just what I need for motivation before I head out to research and write for my projects!

  1. Listen to the whispers.
  2. Be devoted to your idea.
  3. Be ambitious.
  4. Be a great storyteller.
  5. Study the past.
  6. Don’t chase money.
  7. Express your own originality.
  8. Follow your intuition.
  9. Leave an impression.
  10. Just do it.

#stevenspielberg #evancarmichael #success #rulesforsuccess #goals #career #life #entrepreneurship #motivation #motivational #inspiration #inspirational

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7 Habits of Highly Successful People


A good CNBC article on the 7 habits of highly successful people.

1. Read.

2. Exercise.

3. Relationships.

4. Goals.

5. Sleep.

6. Multiple incomes.

7. Make the most of your time.

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/29/7-habits-of-highly-successful-people-from-a-man-who-spent-5-years-studying-them.html

#success #habits #read #exercise #relationships #goals #sleep #multipleincomes #time

 

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Tenacity


If I had to choose one word that best describes how I live, it would be “tenacity.” When I know what I want to do, I lock onto my vision of achieving my goal and work at it every day. I aim for the highest level of what I’m dreaming of so even if I fall short, I would still be at a really good place in my journey of life. Tenacity is what drives me through my failures. My Pearl City High School soccer coach Ron Mata would tell us, “Play with tenacity! Like a bulldog that bites and doesn’t let go.”

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