A few years ago we were traveling through the Boston airport. On the wall, and there was a huge wall, there was a rich American flag. While the time for our flight came, it obviously came to the imagination of one of the children. & # 39; What & # 39; They said in a loud voice that seemed to fill one of these items you sometimes get in public places, & nbsp; does the stars and ribs mean? & # 39;
There was a huge man around. He was relative to the flag of the wall. Large, wide and clean muscle. He wore jeans and a lumberjack shirt. And when he heard the question of his home flag, he continued. In the middle.
I was aware that my response would not only (hopefully) inform my children – it could also affect the entire relationship between allies and America from this point of view. I certainly did not insult Mr. Lumberjack.
& # 39; Well, & # 39; I said in my best British accent, & # 39; Thirteen stripes initially represent thirteen states in the Union, while fifty stars represent the current state. & # 39;
It was a bit of a nice banter since the children count the stars and striped to make sure it's all right. And Mr. Lumberjack continued himself and continued to walk, so I think I passed the American History Test (thankful to Prof Giaimis at County College of Morris, where I once learned about Twentieth Century American History).
And when we moved to the departure gate I looked up on the flag and nodded my respect. It seemed to me that the American flag came about because a group of people had very obvious views of the country they wanted to create. They worked hard to make it happen and give it the current form.
What movie tracks can give you your life? And these are questions that I think you should ask yourself if you want to achieve your goals.
1. What do I want to get / get / become? You need to know what you want. And if you're not sure, make it up, use it as a working title and when you move towards your goal, you can change what you want.
2. What image do I have from my goals? The more costly you make it better. And if you're not a visual person, what do you hear, what are people saying or how do you want to feel?
3. What do I need to do to get there? Even if the answer is currently, do not know, you need to ask the question. And your perception of what you need to do is telling you a lot about motivation and driving.
4. What does it cost? Are there any things you will lose or surrender when you meet your goals? What will other people lose? What are the wider consequences? If you do not recognize what you find might be losing, self-evacuation can stop you.
5. What more good will it fulfill? Once you have achieved your goals, what can you do and how will the universe benefit from what you have done? Tapping into this will really shave you on.