How do you do exponential growth?
Posted on November 18, 2020 at 13:30
Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be attained.
Are you tired of your life being the same, day after day, or after you? If so, what is stopping you from being successful?
It seems that number one that may be preventing you from meeting your goals is the most important. This is a common response that serves your taste. For example, fear is what keeps you out of dangerous situations; Do not walk on the edge of a jagged cliff for fear of falling over the side and causing a bodily arm. However, if you let it, it can also get in the way. Your personal congratulations, such as the cause of failure, are what keep you from making your dreams come true.
But it does not have to be like that. The important thing to remember when delighting in your lovers is to acknowledge them, acknowledge their presence, and then learn how. Faith will hold you back from having regained the goodness of being successful, only if you surrender and allow it to get over it. Perhaps you are facing a crossroads in your life and have come to a place where you have to determine which way to go. The question is: “What is the turn you will take?”
Exponential Growth Strategy
You could choose the same path that you have always been trying; the one who has always left you wanting more. But usually it is ready to become a new version. You may decide to take a street that will be filled with uncertainty, but it can add an edge and a hint of mystery that could turn into life. This could be the journey that will take you exactly where you've always wanted to be—a place complete with all your heart's desires.
What is the power of exponential growth?
Posted on November 17, 2020 at 15:20
When you close your eyes, you can see more of what you are imagining. So, keeping your eyes closed, allow yourself to dream, and imagine how you’ll achieve your dream. This activity has the potential to break barriers within you; do it, again and again, to find your purpose and your biggest why (e.g., Why do you want to pursue this dream?), and write it down again and again until it becomes real.
However, when you chase a dream, you need to be aware that it always creates change. It may also create growth, but your success journey will focus on change—from self-development to the corporate level of any organization you are involved with—rather than on growth. Why? Well, how you respond to change is everything. Think of it in terms of discovery and action. In the end, it creates knowledge, and knowledge is power. Sears, Nokia, Kodak, Kmart, Toys“R”Us, and Blockbuster all have similar stories of how they responded to growth rather than to market changes. Edward Abbey said, “Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.” So, companies that have a strategy for responding to growth rather than change, experience failure in their organization, like a cancer cell destroying the body. This is also true regarding each individual who responds to or focuses on growth rather than change.
It’s all about doing and acting instead of knowing how…
Exponential Growth Strategy
It’s about changing constantly and surviving… When everybody looks at the ball, you need to look at the field. When everybody looks at the ball, you need to look where the ball could be going. It’s not about thinking inside the box or thinking outside the box, or thinking there is no box. If there’s nothing, you can start to think from zero. Consciousness prefers knowledge; he who doesn’t know anything, also doesn’t know himself, because knowing begins with knowing what you know. Yes, this is the fantastic description of Yukio Mishima…
“What transforms this world is knowledge. Do you see what I mean? Nothing else can change anything in this world. Knowledge alone is capable of transforming the world, while at the same time leaving it exactly as it is. When you look at the world with knowledge, you realize that things are unchangeable and, at the same time, are constantly being transformed.”— Yukio Mishima
What grows exponentially in real life?
Posted on November 16, 2020 at 16:00
I was watching a Steve Jobs speech until midnight on the 4th of October, 2011. When I woke up, I watched the news and learned that he had lost his life—I had watched him on his last night. I was shocked. When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like, “If you live each day as if it were your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right.” It made an impression on me… and since then, for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself, “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I’m about to do today?”
I felt very upset because, when I had a chance, I didn’t go to see him. I still remember that night as though it were today. I made a decision, experienced change, and moved closer to my destiny. Don’t forget that what you’re looking for is also looking for you. It’s called the Law of Attraction: what you put out into the universe will attract the same. The quality of your life is the quality of the choices you make. Change your choices, especially your significant choices. For example, anyone can be great when his heart holds the intention to serve. The world is better with givers than it is with takers. The secret of purpose is the connection with purity.
The time is now to take full charge of your life. It’s all about changing, with belief and making a decision. When your purpose is bigger, then your obstacles become smaller and smaller. Vision creates the possibility to see what you have been unable to see. Where you are today isn’t where you end up. Life is never stuck; we just feel stuck. We need to get in touch with our childhood dream. Children have no limitations when it comes to dreaming. We all are gifted, but some people never try to open their gifts; they’re too busy comparing themselves with others. You need to stop doubting, and stop comparing your gifts with others. Others can’t see what you’re able to see. Without purpose, it isn’t possible to integrate and improve. We need to change things to make things happen. We don’t know which day will be the last day of our life. It”s not where we start; it’s where we are going. Let’s listen to Yunus…
“Knowledge should mean a full grasp of knowledge: Knowledge means to know yourself, heart, and soul. If you have failed to understand yourself, Then all of your reading has missed its call.” What is the purpose of reading those books? “So that Man can know the All-Powerful. If you have read, but failed to understand, Then your efforts are just a barren toil. Don’t boast of reading, mastering science Or of all your prayers and obeisance. If you don’t identify Man, All your learning is of no use at all. The true meaning of the four holy books Is found in the alphabet’s first letter.
You talk about that first letter, preacher; What is the meaning of that—could you tell? Yunus Emre says to you, Pharisee, Make the holy pilgrimage if need be A hundred times—but if you ask me, The visit to a heart is best of all.” —Yunus Emre
“Yes, your transformation will be hard. Yes, you will feel frightened, messed up, and knocked down. Yes, you’ll want to stop. Yes, it’s the best work you’ll ever do.” —Robin Sharma
What are some growth strategies?
Posted on November 15, 2020 at 14:20
Socrates declared that the unexamined life was not worth living. When asked to sum up what all philosophical commandments could be reduced to, he replied: “Know yourself.” Self-knowledge offers a route to greater power, consciousness, joy, and fulfillment. Self-knowledge is the formulation of what we do—our life choices, commitment, and expectations. “Art has the ability to change minds. Passion is what changes the world. When both collide, it’s as powerful as a bomb. Art isn’t pretty and poised fluff. Art is brutal and snarling. Artists growl. This is the roar of change that beats within them.”—A.H. Scott
Mankind has evolved into creatures whose minds are divided into the largely logical conscious and more emotional subconscious mind. The reason for this division is frequency. You simply couldn’t cope if everything you experienced had to be filtered through the conscious mind. “The less you know, the more you will be known. The less you want, the more you will have. The less you are, the more you will be.” —Vivian Amis, I Am: The Key to Manifesting
The transformation needs high motivation to connect with a deeper sense of purpose and creating value. Think about Starbucks, Netflix, Amazon, Lego, and iPhone: It’s not just about innovation or developing new products. Rather, it’s about enabling the joy of the user experience. “Die! Die! Die in this love! If you die in this love, your soul will be renewed. Die! Die! Don’t fear the death of that which is known. If you die to the temporal, you will become timeless.” —Rumi
“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.” —Leonardo da Vinci
How do you choose a good strategy?
Posted on November 14, 2020 at 15:30
You are alone in whatever it is you’re facing. We’re all born alone, live alone, and we’ll die alone. So, be in a relationship with your inner self. It’s very important to be happy about spending time with yourself.
If you enjoy spending time with yourself, people will ultimately enjoy spending time with you. Sometimes, talk to yourself; joke and laugh with yourself. It’s very healthy to have a “relationship with yourself.” And in order for you to have a good relationship with yourself, you have to accept yourself—the good and the not so good, the beautiful and the not so beautiful. If you want to be in a relationship with another person, you have to love your relationship with yourself first. Love yourself first before loving someone else. You have to love yourself in order for you to love and accept another person. If you don’t get to know yourself, and learn how to love and accept yourself, how will you get to know anyone else?
“Knowing and feeling are two different things, and feeling is what counts.” —François Lelord, Hector and the Search for Happiness.
Let’s listen to Yunus on the way of Love…
Your love has wrested me away from me, You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. Day and night I burn, gripped by agony, You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. I find no great joy in being alive, If I cease to exist, I would not grieve, The only solace I have is your love, You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. Lovers yearn for you, but your love slays them,
At the bottom of the sea it lays them, It has God’s images—it displays them; You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. Let me drink the wine of love, sip by sip, Like Mecnun, live in the hills in hardship, Day and night, care for you holds me in its grip. You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. Even if, at the end, they make me die, And scatter my ashes up to the sky, My pit would break into this outcry: You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. “Yunus Emre the mystic” is my name, Each passing day fans and rouses my flame, What I desire in both worlds in the same: You’re the one I need, you’re the one I crave. —Yunus Emre
What growth strategy is the toughest?
Posted on November 13, 2020 at 13:34
“Change starts in your thoughts.”—Anonymous “We are all butterflies. Earth is our chrysalis.”—LeeAnn Taylor Love and Mercy “Lovers find secret places inside this violent world, where they make transactions with beauty.”—Rumi (This is the ultimate love from Rumi.) “I choose to love you in silence,for in silence I find no rejection.I choose to love you in loneliness,for in loneliness no one owns you but me.I choose to adore you from a distance, for distance will shield me from pain.I choose to kiss you in the wind,for the wind is gentler than my lips. I choose to hold you in my dreams,for in my dreams you have no end.” —Rumi
Once upon a time, the Rose met with Water, and they became friends. The first priority goes on as friendship. This is the time to get to know each other. And from the moment that the Rose fell in love with Water, all doors were opened, and the fragrances around them were sweet. She said, “Dear Water, I have changed so much now that I love you. I open my petals, and I smell the fragrance, just because I love you.” It will come so that the Water will begin to feel something, and he believes that he is in love with the Rose. But as time moves on, Water is no longer interested in the old Rose.
Rose thinks, “I do not think he likes me anymore.” Because this irrelevance to Water itself has begun to upset her, one day Rose says to Water, “Do you know I love you so much?” Water replies, “I love you too.” Time passes and the Rose again says, “I love you.” The Water says, “Me too,” in a plain expression. But the Rose cannot feel this so-called love. This routine is getting longer and longer. “I love you very much,” he says, but now he’s in such a state that Rose can’t smell that good smell. “You know, I still love you very much,” he says in tears. The Water also turns to her and says, with the most ironic and unconcerned utterance he knows, “She is too sick to say I love you too.”
The day comes and the Rose falls to the beds. It’s very sick, the Rose, as its color fades and it lies yellowing in the bed. The Water is waiting, loving so much to help, and loving her every chance. The last time, the Rose barely turns her head, and says to the Water, “Do you know I really love you, and I love you as much as you do not know?” Grieving, Water, as a last resort, calls a doctor.
“What is the problem?” he asks the doctor. The doctor examines the Rose; then he smiles. After the examination, he says, “The condition of the patient is despairing; nothing will come anymore.” The Water wonders so much about the disease that caused the death, and he asked the doctor, “What is wrong with my beloved friend?I do not know if she has a sickness, as I have not paid any attention to her.” The doctor said, “Dear friend, this Rose is only thirsty; death is for you Water.”
Let’s ask ourselves for a moment: Do you know how many times you’ve become thirsty? How many times have you been disappointed? Who around you is also thirsty, but you aren’t aware of them? Your eyes are open, and you think your heart is open, but you aren’t aware of them. Without love, what you do is a total misconception, and you have an unexamined life. You need to see that the door is always open for you; otherwise, you stay in prison. The water never feared the fire. Don’t wait any longer. Let the sea be you. Dive in the ocean; make your last journey from this strange world. There is no more separation of you and your home.
God created your wings not to be dormant. You’re alive, and you must try more to use your wings. Your light helps you to learn how to love. Your beauty helps you to learn to stop worrying. Think who created you, and that he’ll open his hands if you want to be held…
Everyone say, “Love yourself.” There’s no meaning to life without love for ourselves. Johnny Weir said, “Love myself, I do. Not everything, but I love the good as well as the bad. I love my crazy lifestyle, and I love my hard discipline. I love my freedom of speech and the way my eyes get dark when I’m tired. I love that I have learned to trust people with my heart, even if it will get broken. I am proud of everything that I am and will become.”
The opposite side of love is a feeling of rejection. This comes from childhood. When you were little, you were shaped by your environment. You need to learn things that you wanted to learn, and focus on dreams. You need to be grateful for having time for being yourself. Because, not only did you learn about who you are, but you also learned what you could be able to do. Sure,
How do you formulate a strategy?
Posted on November 12, 2020 at 12:00
“When you fight yourself to discover the real you, there is only one winner.” —Stephen Richards
If you live each day as if it were your last, how enormous could be the impact on your decisions and your freedom? Those looking for transformation always look for “what’s missing.” Using power on the way to transformation, always creates commitment and is highly motivating, energizing, and empowering. If you look at book titles—Think and Grow Rich;The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change;Awaken the Giant Within;The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life;Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable;How to Win Friends & Influence People;You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life;Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead;and Practicing the Power of Now—all of them are about motivating you to get better and better. How could you be systemizing the way you’ve modeled others on the way to transformation? Let’s look at a story from the Rumi…
Some Hindus have an elephant to show. No one here has ever seen an elephant. They bring it at night to a dark room. One by one, we go in the dark and come out saying how we experience the animal. One of us happens to touch the trunk. A water-pipe kind of creature. Another, the ear. A strong, always moving back and forth, fan-animal. Another, the leg. I find it still, like a column on a temple. Another touches the curved back. A leathery throne. Another, the cleverest, feels the tusk. A rounded sword made of porcelain. He is proud of his description. Each of us touches one place and understands the whole in that way. The palm and the fingers feeling in the dark are how the senses explore the reality of the elephant. If each of us held a candle there, and if we went in together, we could see it.—Rumi, A Year with Rumi
If you know something that others do not know, then you have a very big advantage. Francis Bacon’s statement, “Knowledge is power,” surely is true. If you have the knowledge, and you don’t convert this knowledge to action, then there is no power anymore. After Francis Bacon, other self-development gurus said: “Action is the source of power.” Again, it’s true. Yes, you convert the knowledge to action, but you need more stability to get success. If you look at Aristotle:“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” This converts knowledge into action, and action into habit. Just worry for yourself when building a habit—focus on what you want to achieve, and make it part of your routine. Keep what you want to make a habit, and go on to better and better things. The same goes for excellences within an organization; habits are the basis of what we continue to do. It’s not as an act. It’s a habit we try to keep doing, dayin and dayout; it’s how we live and organize our lives.
“I am the drop that contains the ocean.”—Yunus Emre