Byron M. Vidal Health and Eustress Lifestyle Program
by Byron M. Vidal
There are six million chemical reactions every 60 seconds to every human cell within us. It’s always time to AWAKEN or UNLEASH the giant potential within us, the magnificence of the human brain and human body.
You must decide whether you are the victim of your very own ignorance and negligence, or the master of one of the greatest creation of nature, YOU, the human being.
It’s somehow long-overdue to publish part by part this worthy endeavor of mine because I’m doing and experiencing it consistently for more than two decades, the worthy putting the pieces of the puzzle of sustainable and holistic lifestyle.
IT’S ALL IN THE MIND. Since I decided and started this worthy human endeavor for more than two decades until nowadays, I always don’t have the complete information at hand.
I JUST DO IT AND CORRECT COURSE ALONG THE WAY (MAKE ADJUSTMENTS ALONG THE WAY), consistently gaining more good information when making it happen, and myself is becoming more better than before. That’s why living is continual learning and sustainable service, it’s always my stewardship and legacy to one human being at a time. What else will I do in my life because it’s how I view life as it is.
Way cool words from Derek Sivers, “If more information was the answer, then we’d all be billionaires with perfect abs.” Way cool to ponder those words, isn’t it?
That’s why I love so much the constant never ending improvement of writing and learning.
Herbert Simon received the Nobel Prize in 1978 for his contribution to organizational decision making which is, it is impossible to have perfect and complete information at any given time to make a decision.
Here’s the way cool words from Herbert Simon, “What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence, a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it,” Herbert Simon, recipient of Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics and the A.M. Turing Award, the “Nobel Prize of Computer Science”
There are nearly impossible-to-reach people who have little-known personal blogs, these are billionaires, celebrities, or luminary-level business mentors and celebrities of different types. What’s the important point here?
The important point or one principle about true success is:
Everyone Struggles. Eveyone is Fighting a Battle You Know Nothing About. Take Solace in that.
It’s lonely at the top that’s why those kind of people have little-known personal blogs, although they are popular or publicized in society, because they also want to be of good use or good contribution even for just only one human being one at a time for the better by having or experiencing unpopular good deeds.
Those kind of people somehow agree that it’s a little hellion marching to a different drummer is a cool and good thing.
Those kind of people somehow agree to what Oscar Wilde said from The Imporatnce of Being Earnest which is, “Everything popular is wrong.”
Those kind of people somehow agree to Mark Twain’s very own words, “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.”
When you put your name on an article or any kind of series of worthy human endeavors, you know how it feels to put concentrated efforts and available resources you have, a combination of tangible and intangible resources.
To be continued….