Many people would like you to believe that you can achieve any goal and that there are just odds and circumstances that are stacked against you. This is not true. People would love for everyone to believe this so that they can be controlled. If people believe they have a shot at achieving some of the not so smart things that people can get obsessed with achieving, it makes the people who are in “high” places feel like they have some power. Write more than one email a week to these people, and they will show their true colors. They’ll fume with rage because their power has been challenged. This makes them mad because they know the truth. They have no power. They’re slaves, too.
The only way to true happiness is inner fulfillment. Searching for happiness in external sources will throw anyone’s life into disarray. Look at what happened to Tiger Woods. And, he’s a champion. Ask yourself when you are going to be happy. If not now, when? To be happy, all one has to do is be happy. It is very simple. But, the simplest things can sometimes be the most challenging. If a person works towards these ten year goals, it can drive him crazy and make him jump into fire pits for a hobby. No one wants that. Fire pits are for grilling and keeping warm, not jumping into when you are in an insane berserker rage.
The innovation of realizing that happiness can only come from within is something that has completely revolutionized most of the self improvement movement. Now that people understand this maxim, they are free to use their fire pits for safe and joyful activities. Friends and family warm to events that center around fire pits. The love and appreciation that they show will improve anyone’s self. There is nothing that can help a person to become a better person more than sharing time with a large group of family and friends around the soothing and exhilarating fumes of a well-stocked fire pit.
In the event of trouble and strife occurring when one his trying to improve one’s self, this person should take a time out, take a very deep breath, count to five, and move on. If this does not work, the person should try to walk it out. The act of walking it out implies walking out the door and not stopping until the pain is gone.