The word “priority” was singular until the Industrial revolution. We must return to state of singular priority to move beyond our “actual” and achieve our “capable”.
We recommend that everyone read this book. In fact, if you were only going to read one book, this would be it. The author shares unimaginable tragedy from a first person perspective. In the end, he convincingly makes the point that we ultimately control one thing in our lives – our attitude. And, attitude dictates so much of our happiness and fulfillment.
A crisp reminder that we can learn to develop a growth mindset: the belief that our actions create outcomes.
Leonard presents a challenge for us to pursue a journey of self-improvement by recognizing our plateaus and seeking ramps to live life at heightened levels.
So much of life and work is governed by the habit loop (cue-routine-reward). While the cue reward and reward are locked in, we can change the routine of our lives to create incredible outcomes.