“Keep challenging yourself. That’s the only way to stay on top of the world.” -HKO
There are two ways to challenge yourself.
1. Know what’s coming.
2. Prepare for what’s coming
3. (…) can you guess?
You may think both options are the same, well, that’s where many people miss it. And that’s the same reason many people are not at the top of their games.
The first option is objective. While the latter option is subjective. And the third… Well, that’s “ambijectivity”! That’s combining a subjective sense with the intelligence of an objective knowledge. That’s what school exams are mirrored with. You know the curriculum or AoC but you can’t really tell what questions cone out but you know it’s something you must have been taught.
But in life and reality, that’s not always the case. That’s why ambijectivity is the best option of training a top gun, a global champion and a trend setter. Its difficult (because it us real) but once you’re well prepared, it guarantees you the best result.
How do you get the pragmatics of ambijectivity?
You know the best about what you’re doing?
You expect the best but plan for the worst.
Training your mind and body for the demands on things going south and still able to stand up and find your true north!
This isn’t some superhero stunt it’s how the best minds in the world train yourself.
If you’re in doubt,
Research the best athlete or sports (wo)man, the richest minds, successful businesses and great leaders. You’ll find ambijectivity as the core of their life program.
I know you know you’re meant for big and great things. But there’s no way around it but thus curve.
This is me giving you the heads up.
See you around.
Harkheindzel Kenny Omiyale