When I started this blog last year, my intention was to share my journey of self-discovery and self-actualization. I wrote about this process, and the experiences I had along the way. It was a process I hoped would help others go through the same thing, and I have been pleased with the results. My biggest goal is to help people know that they don’t have to feel like they are the center of the universe.
That desire to be the center of the universe is what I have been talking about when I talk about the process of self-discovery and self-actualization. It’s not about me being more intelligent than everyone else, it’s about being more intelligent than you think you are, and about becoming aware of that and becoming happier.
I have been writing this blog post with a very similar mindset for a while now. The thing is, just like with Self-Awareness, we have to get out of our heads and start looking around at the world around us. This includes everything from the weather to the people around us. It also means we have to start questioning the opinions, the stories, the beliefs, and the norms around us.
And this means we have to start looking for patterns in the world around us. A lot of people with a very wide range of views can get into trouble, because if they start believing one way, they start thinking that everyone else is just like them. The most common example of this is a group of people with a very narrow range of opinions but a very narrow range of experiences. If they start believing one way, they start thinking that those in their group are all like them.
This is a pattern that’s been well documented in the studies of groupthink. The study of groupthink was first done by psychologist Daniel Goleman. In his book, The Mindful Brain, he describes research on groupthink that illustrates how beliefs of the group you belong to can distort your thinking and how that affects your actions.
We want to live by the rules of a group because it seems most logical to do so. We want to believe that our group of friends or family is correct in their beliefs because it seems the most logical. We also may feel that our group is correct in this belief because it’s easy to feel like we’re part of a group, so it makes sense to want to be part of our group.
80 day obsession phase 1 is a really good example of this because that is the process that allows us to develop group-thinking. In the beginning, your head is occupied by the thought of who you are, how you are, or what you want to achieve. When you try to think about something, that is what you think, and that is what you do.
The 80 days phase was actually kind of a difficult one to achieve, as it’s so hard to keep our eyes and minds occupied for the entire 80 days. This is because we’re not really occupied with the things that we want to achieve. Instead, we’re occupied with the things that our group wants to achieve, or the things that we want to achieve as a group.
This is where the whole 80 day focus is such a powerful tool. Even if you have your list of daily goals, you can still have a hard time hitting them all. This is because being a leader requires a shift in focus, so you have to give up the things that you used to focus on. When you have 80 days, you have time to build up your list of daily goals, and then shift your focus back to those goals.
As time goes on your list of daily goals, you must shift your focus back to them so you can start working on them. Of course, we also have our list of daily goals, which we will update once we reach our 80 day mark. This is what allows us to keep updating our list of goals and do the hard work of hitting them all.