Tim Tamashiro

How to Ikigai

    Lina Stepanovahas quotedlast month
    The biggest challenge with reaching your maximum potential in life is to understand what it is you’re looking for in the first place
    mariyafedoretshas quoted3 months ago
    How much of each day do you spend focusing on your happiness? What percentage of each twenty-four hours do you concentrate on doing what you love? When you were a child, a hundred percent of your day was dedicated to doing what you love.
    b5296674971has quoted4 months ago
    Ikigai is “the reason you get out of bed in the morning.”
    Христина Пилипівhas quoted5 months ago
    the morning reeked of excitement.
    b9365788572has quoted10 months ago
    get out of bed every day. I
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    Abraham Maslow researched and wrote his theory of the hierarchy of needs in 1943. In his theory, he proposed that human beings have a set of four needs that must be met daily and one that is optional. Maslow theorized that people required that their food/shelter, security, social connection, and recognition (ego) needs be met each day before they could even consider work on self-actualization. At the time, the practice of self-actualization was in its infancy. It stands to reason that no one would choose to put effort into it
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    Do what you love. Do what you’re good at. Start today. Come back tomorrow
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    the Ikigai Hierarchy of Needs pyramid includes Ikigai as a daily need. It is a daily priority that has the potential to turn mindfulness, self-actualization, and life’s worth into a habit. This new habit has the benefit of reducing the ego and making it less consequential. The secret is to include daily mindfulness meditation
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    The new habit of Ikigai looks like this:
    1.Set a goal to do thirty days of half Ikigai.
    2.Experiment, start a side hustle, start a side helpful, do some job crafting. Start doing your half Ikigai immediately. Make time daily to do what you love and do what you’re good at.
    3.Set a time to do daily mindfulness meditation.
    4.Be mindful of how you’re feeling. Keep a journal or notes in your phone.
    5.At the end of the thirty days, how does Ikigai feel
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    If happiness always depends on something expected in the future, we are chasing a will-o’-the-wisp that ever eludes our grasp, until the future, and ourselves vanish into the abyss of death
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    I’ll only be fulfilled when I live my life’s purpose each day
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    Ikigai today. Come back tomorrow. It’s not a command. It’s not a secret. It’s a choice
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    Ikigai cannot be found in the future. It can only be lived now
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    A small investment of your time today, to do what you love and do what you’re good at, is the determining action that will affect your life’s worth. Your half Ikigai will make a profound difference in your life if you make it a priority today and tomorrow
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    In order to feel like today has meaning, you must put forth effort to do what’s meaningful to you. When tomorrow comes, repeat. It seems simple. It’s far from it. It takes work. Your work will result in something more meaningful. Ikigai today. Come back tomorrow
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    There’s no easy way to live a meaningful life. It requires work every day. It’s easier if you are mindful
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    Prioritize your Ikigai daily. Be mindful to include it as an important aspect of your day
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    Are you really searching for a dragon, or are you looking for yourself?”
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    “It will take as long as it takes
    Lina Stepanovahas quoted7 days ago
    had come to the end of her rope
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