Do Hard Things

There are few experiences more satisfying in life than tackling a significant challenge and win.

So why do we avoid doing hard things?

The formula for satisfaction and it’s frequent visitor, happiness is really clear.

Dedicate yourself to a sufficiently difficult intention and keep tackling projects that are consistent with it.  This will yield you a lifetime of satisfaction.

Note for parents:

Children that are protected from doing hard things usually don’t become adults who go looking for new challenges.  Most often they look for the path of least resistance and are rewarded with a dull life at best.

Household chores and going to your J.O.B. to pay the B.I.L.L.S. isn’t the kind of leadership by example I’m talking about.  How can you demonstrate the satisfaction of doing meaningful work?

Better yet, how can you involve your children to get them hooked on it as well?


The Vaikido Hero Unschool

Unschool – to unhabituate from behaviors, beliefs, and paradigms that prevent prosperity in the connection economy.

Heroic Contribution – An approach to career and business building that builds and attracts a loyal following.