Having Your Own Wisdom
The wisdom, sagacity, or wisdom is basically the ability to act and think with insight, knowledge, common sense, and wisdom.
Wisdom is associated with certain qualities such as kindness, impartiality, honest perception, empathy, self-actualization and non-relinquishment of attachment, and virtues such as generosity, honesty, kindness and compassion.
People with a high level of wisdom are usually very aware of their needs and wants, and they are not easily persuaded into doing things that may hurt them. They may be able to discern the importance of many tasks at the same time.
Some people in their wisdom are able to find solutions to seemingly impossible problems. The wise person will always be ready to accept responsibility for his or her actions, even if they are not always in accordance with the right decision.
People with higher levels of wisdom have the power of knowing how to make decisions and use resources wisely. They know when to invest money and when it is better to save it. People with wisdom also can be seen as being more tolerant and sympathetic.
They will make sure that their decisions do not put themselves and others in unnecessary danger. It is important to be wise in handling your finances because it could lead you to disaster, especially if you do not have any idea of what your true financial worth is.
Another important part of having wisdom is having knowledge on the different ways of thinking and the different aspects of life. Being wise in thinking and in choosing things is a very important aspect.
You must understand that no matter what you have been taught by the school of thought, you will always be faced with choices that must be made from your own perspective.
If you are not wise in thinking, you will simply follow the crowd instead of finding the answers to your questions on your own. If you are wise, you will find the answers yourself, and the people around you will respect you for your ability to find the answers.
In order to have your own thoughts and decisions, you need to learn about the different options and methods for achieving your goals. You need to know which way is the right way. and which way can be the easier way. It is also important to remember that it takes courage to choose the wrong path in thinking.
To have wisdom, a person must always be ready to change the way he or she thinks and the way he or she acts. because everyone’s thinking and acting is unique, so everyone has a different set of ideas and perspectives about how to do things and think.
When you take a step towards being wise, you have already become a wise person in your own way.
Building Your Courage and Strength
Each entrepreneur wants courage. It really takes courage just to quit your normal day job for a better opportunity. It requires courage to start a home-based business. It requires courage to stay flexible while trying to make money in the face of challenges.
Without courage there can be no new venture or new business, and the world would have no entrepreneurs at all. Without courage, entrepreneurs will be forced into a state of paralysis where they will become stagnant and unable to move forward with any level of success.
Courage is about facing the unknown, taking a leap, and getting out ahead of what the market or your competitors are doing. Without this courage it is very difficult for you or any business to grow, so make sure you take time to discover your true passions.
The body is made up of cells and these cells perform many functions. But one function that is very important and that everyone needs is the ability to breathe. When the cells cannot do this then they will begin to die off. But there is an unlimited supply of air in our body and we have the ability to exhale and get rid of waste and toxins in our lungs.
The same is true with courage and strength. Our cells require strength to hold them together and in order to do that the cells need to hold up their DNA and use oxygen. However, if they do not have the ability to use oxygen then they will begin to die and become weaker.
Therefore, if you want to build your strength and courage make sure you are getting plenty of exercise and eating a well balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables. You should also incorporate exercise into your daily routine to increase your strength and flexibility. These are simple things that you can do today to add to your life and to increase your courage and strength. So get started today!
Another area that many entrepreneurs don’t know how to manage effectively is their personal life and how to manage a home business successfully. They simply don’t get into the habit of managing their personal lives well enough.
So how do you get started managing your personal life and your home-based business? First, make a plan for yourself by creating daily routines and daily goals to improve your life.
Second, get started on a daily basis by making sure you are living the life you have dreamed of living, starting with your home business and becoming a success. Third, keep building your courage and strength by doing things every day that will help you develop your strengths and create your success.
Here’s a story of one of the greatest examples of persistence. This is the story of a young man whose odds were stacked against him from birth, from poverty to one failure after another. This man is widely recognized as one of the most famous men who ever lived…
Born into poverty, he was faced with defeat throughout his life.
He lost eight elections, twice failed in business and suffered a nervous breakdown.
He could have quit many times, but later in life he said, I’m a success today because I had a friend who believed in me and I didn’t have the heart to let him down.”
At age 7 his family was forced out of their home. He had to work to support them.
At age 9 his mother died.
At age 22 his business went bankrupt.
At age 23 he ran for state legislature….and lost.
At age 23 he also lost his job…wanted to go to law school but couldn’t get in.
At age 24 he borrowed some money from a friend to begin a business. By the end of the year he was bankrupt. He spent the next 17 years of his life paying off his debt.
At age 25 he ran for state legislature again…this time he won.
At age 26 he was engaged to be married, his sweetheart died and his heart was broken.
At age 27 he had a total nervous breakdown and was in bed for six months.
At age 29 He sought to become speaker of the state legislature…but he lost.
At age 31 he sought to become elector…but he lost.
At age 34 he ran for Congress…but he lost.
At age 37 he ran for Congress again – this time he won, went to Washington and did a good job.
At age 39 he ran for re-election to Congress…but he lost.
At age 40 he sought the job of land officer in his home state…but he was rejected.
At age 45 he ran for Senate of the United States…but he lost.
At age 47 he sought the Vice-Presidential nomination at his party’s national convention…but he lost….he got less than 100 votes.
At age 49 he ran for US Senate again..and again…he lost.
At age 51 he was elected president of the United States.