Become the most productive version of yourself – 10 of Objectivism
Philosophy of Objectivism, the way that it is, opens us to a window to new opportunities in a field of: business, love, education, etc. It has an answer for almost every question. The question is, do we have enough courage to find it and whether we are ready to face the truth? Ayn Rand helps us overcome our fears by landing us a mirror, a portal in which we’ll find all the answers we’re looking for if we look closely enough. She’s holding that mirror for us but raising it so high and by doing that she challenges us to raise above our level, up to where she is standing. She wants us to reach her level, which from our perspective looks quite difficult, but in order to achieve it, she grants us with wisdom and motivates us by giving us a pair of wings too. Ayn is providing us with a lot of knowledge, and it’s up to us to use it all wisly. It’s our mission to learn how to fly and become a future leader!
These quotes, so called mantras, will surely motivate you to learn how to fly and If practiced daily, you will/can become the most productive version of yourself:
- ‘‘The ladder of success is best climbed by stepping on the rungs of opportunity.’’ – Ayn Rand
- ‘‘A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others.’’ – Ayn Rand
- ‘‘The question isn’t who is going to let me; It’s who is going to stop me.’’ – Ayn Rand
- “Ask yourself whether the dream of heaven and greatness should be left waiting for us in our graves-or whether it should be ours here and now and on this earth.” – Ayn Rand
- “An inventor is a man who asks ‘Why?’ of the universe and lets nothing stand between the answer and his mind.” – Ayn Rand
- “There are no evil thoughts except one; the refusal to think.” – Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged: Wer Ist John Galt?
- “Learn to value yourself, which means: fight for your happiness.” – Ayn Rand
- “You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.” – Ayn Rand
- “I guard my treasures: my thought, my will, my freedom. And the greatest of these is freedom.” – Ayn Rand
- ‘‘ What you owe yourself is to work for your living; what you owe your neighbor is not to interfere with his work.’’ – Ayn Rand
Who’s gonna stop you?