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Getting into the flow

24 October 2022

Preparing for success is putting in place strong principles to strengthen your foundations and allow your mind to pivot during adversity.

Check out Karl McKenzie’s Becoming a Warrior as a guideline below:

How to be a Warrior in the 21st century

A Warrior…

  1. Is brave in heart and strong in mind, spirit and culture.
  2. Is the protector of his family and community.
  3. Does not hurt all that he loves, including family, community, culture and country.
  4. Protects and promotes his culture proudly but respects the culture of others.
  5. Provides for his family and community.
  6. Stands with his brothers but is also prepared to stand alone.
  7. Is confident and positive.
  8. Inspires others to be their best.
  9. Leads by example.
  10. Keeps his word.
  11. Respects all, even his adversary.
  12. Is loyal, but also expects loyalty from others.
  13. Is trustworthy; even puts his needs second, rather than break someone’s trust.
  14. Stands up for the weak.
  15. Is humble not boastful.
  16. Is a role model for others.
  17. Is wise but always seeks the wisdom of others.
  18. Treats his body with respect.
  19. Does not let fear stop him from doing what is right.
  20. Respects all elders.

Fulfil your destiny and become a warrior today.

Follow the 20 tips above and you will turn out to be a great person.

You will need to be aware that the mind can also get stuck into a rut. The mind can get stuck believing that no change is the safe route to navigate the journey of life. However, life involves constant change and being able to see outside a narrow vision alerts you to opportunities to grow and be the best version of yourself.

It is easy to get led into the herd mentality of negativity, blame and anxiety. Flow is a positive option, being able to accept that sometimes having a rigid opinion blocks the chance of allowing life to flow.

Courage is acknowledging the bad situation you may sometimes find yourself in, realizing that this may be situational distress and using the experience to pivot to a better place is wisdom. Introducing flow into your life will grease the wheels so that you can be the best version of yourself and leave a lasting legacy.

What does flow look like?

Flow is having an understanding that each life's roadblock is an opportunity to pivot to a better place or reinvent yourself to cope with the current situation. It means taking full responsibility for your actions, opinions and choices.

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