(Friday Filosophy 1/13/23)
Happy Freakin’ Friday!
Welcome to a fresh edition of Friday Filosophy – the weekly postcard where I challenge you with a question, idea, or topic you may want to think about. Today let’s explore someone I’ll call the first responder mindset.
First responders do what they have to do, when they need to do it. If a home is burning, the firefighters rush in. If shots are fired, the police go straight to the scene. If there’s a car accident, the ambulance medics and hospital ER staff spring into action.
You know what the one thing they never do is?
Wait until they feel motivated. Because when you sign on as a first responder, that’s what you’re signing up for. The consequences of doing their work only when they feel like it are way too dangerous.
What are the things in your life that you put off, waiting until you feel motivated? The result of not doing things like learning a new language, making time for meditation, or getting in your daily cardio probably aren’t the same as a first responder. But what if you developed a first responder mindset about doing them anyway?
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Hope you have a sensational weekend.
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