Yesterday I spoke about being the hero.
But what is the hero and what causes us to be heroes?
We see that sometimes due to necessity a normal person can and does become a hero.
Let me give you an example.
If you were standing in the queue and someone needed urgent help you would probably be able to do things that you didn’t think possible. An example – if a baby was dropped out of the window and you were standing below chances are you would try and catch the child but if someone threw a cup out of the window you probably wouldn’t even give it a second thought.
The point that I am making here is that when we are pushed into a point of almost panic, necessity of getting the task done becomes the key focus of all attention and sometimes with most and senses, can unlock a superhuman strength or determination that we didn’t even know we had.
Think about it if someone calls you and you were comfortable on the couch would you get up and go? Probably not.
But if someone ran into your house and told you that your child was trapped in the fence and needed urgent help you would probably levitate off the couch and be out there faster than Usain Bolt does the hundred meters!
This is necessity and the secret is to find out how to tap into that necessity when the situation arises so that you don’t need a life-threatening jolt to make the right decisions.
If you can learn to program yourself to do, when needing to do, you will not only do, but do well!
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