When motivation leads to results
Today is my hundredth blog post. Many went through these posts, not hundreds, but I hope every reader found something amongst these words. Let’s dive into this. Almost two years ago, I began my exit from the System. Every day is a fight against its temptations, and it wants me to come back. The System cherishes every one of us, has a place for each one and will never surrender its power over our lives. The System was there all the time. For as long as we can go back in human history, it was there, taking care of us. However, what is this System I’m always talking about?
To answer this question, you may need to stop here your reading and go learn a lot on human. The way we evolved our way out of the animal reign. What remains from this primitive state and we made us different. Then you may want to understand our deepest motivation. My first mentor was Abraham Maslow on this aspect. Another mentor was Adam Smith, with its less famous theory of moral sentiments. After that, you will need to learn how people are behaving together. I hope I may be a trigger for you on your interest in human beings. I can’t enumerate every people I crossed in my life that got me each day closer to this passion. The sum of these meetings got me where I am today.
So what is the System? The System is the sum of all past, present and future actions human made passively.
The System is this timeline where past slowly fades away in our memory and the fog of future sheets our intentions. Being passive is the fuel of the System. Being passive means acting by instinct. Being passive means copying behaviours and ideas. It means refusing to use your intelligence to make your actions. A single post can’t even try to explain what it is, but learning is a beginning.
SoloMotivation is a living source of information where you will find continuously evolving content. At the time I’m writing this post, it is still under construction, but it should be launched eventually if the time factor plays for me.
I’m quite satisfied with my 20 weeks. Twenty weeks that led to a hundred posts. Back to last February, I made my way five posts a week, sometimes having a hard time keeping the pace, but never the passion. So follow me in my next hundred posts, it should get us in November.
Let’s jump into it!
I’m Danny (aka CoachDanny). I have a passion: humans. Come with me and take this minute every day to explore what’s going on today and why is it trending. Click here to get your daily thought right on time for breakfast.
Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny