Have I given up? Will I achieve my goals? Will I, at the very least, become competent at what I do? These are the questions I used to ask myself on a daily basis. Who knows? You might be asking yourself the same questions, but how do we prove that we have a will of fire?
What do I mean by a will of fire?
Let’s cut to the chase, the will of fire is a philosophy which teaches that love is the key to peace.
In this context, I am specifically talking about the love a person feels for him/herself, therefore, empowering him/herself to fight for his/her best interest regardless of how painful it might be to do so.
How do I develop a will of fire?
It might sound cliché, but working extremely hard is a key factor for developing a will of fire. On top of that, you need to focus on the things you aren’t good at, more specifically, the things you hate doing.
What do I mean by “focusing on the things you hate doing”? The answer is quite simple:
I am not a morning person, but as a Taekwondo fighter, If I want to be good, I have to run for an hour every morning before getting to work.
As you can see, it is not difficult to understand this philosophy. Anyway, I have to add that one of the pillars of developing a will of fire is never giving up.
Ignite your will
I hope this has been helpful for anyone who is currently struggling to find the motivation to achieve his/her dreams.
Trust me, feeling bad about not finding the motivation to achieve your goals, whether it is going on a journey or fighting a mighty opponent, is no reason to feel ashamed, after all, if it was easy to get where you want to get, it probably wouldn’t be worth it.