Be Your Own Role Model - Marcus Mariota
When Abraham Maslow said, "It isn't normal to know what we want. It is a rare and difficult psychological achievement," he referred to an individual's long-term yearnings.
Maslow focused on the all-around characteristics of what one plans to become. He also meant the qualities one looks for in allies and the feelings individuals want to experience each day.
Consider psychological achievements you wish to make.
What dilemma would you like to resolve?
Which powers will you need to actuate?
How will you discover emotions that need a boost of ingenuity?
“Laugh at yourself, but don’t doubt yourself. Be bold. Let the strength of your desire give force and moment to your every step. Move with all of yourself. - Alan Alda
Don't let the opinions of any audience affect your purpose. As Polonious says in Hamlet, "To thine own self be true."
Bolster your vigor by tapping into innovation with creative energy.
Make motivations spark enthusiasm rather than worry and distress.
Find harmony among all your inner voices.
Negotiate for fun and flavors.
Make mistakes. Just don't let the pencil's eraser get used more than the pencil's point.
Get ready for a jolt of brilliance.
Travel beyond the wilderness.
Keep upward and climb a mental mountain, rising above limitations.
Go for the "constant, relentless pursuit of better," says Oregon Coach Mark Helfrich.
Relish your view.