We all know the famous motto of, “Just Do It!” from Nike. Their television ads are extremely effective and attract some of our the majority of fundamental instincts and desires. The ads constantly have an athletic guy or woman lacing up their running shoes firmly while wearing a look of determination and victory on their face that the rest people try to picture on ours. What’s more fundamental and human than going for a set run? What’s better than trying to exceed our last best time? These Nike, “Just Do It!” advertisements appeal to us on numerous various levels that it’s no surprise why they are such a success.
Would not it be good to feel like the identified runner in the Nike ad all the time who is Just Doing It? Wouldn’t it be good to never ever, ever again, to feel like a trapped victim to this world’s ways? It’s sort of empowering when we think about organizing our human flight or battle responses and utilizing them to create the future that we want, rather of the one that society leaves us by default, right?
Well, guess what? We can organize our own lives if we just do it! However, beware, not everything will go our method. In truth, we don’t truly desire it to. It’s these little things that we can not manage that makes life more fascinating and sometimes sets us off running in a better direction. What ought to matter the most to us is that we properly handle what the world throws our way, despite what it is. And how do we prepare ourselves to properly handle what the world disposes upon us? Simple. Experience is the answer. Simply having ‘experience’ will help us understand that we can make it through; and that guarantee is the initial step to succeeding in life.
Now teens, go learn, lead, and lay the method to a better world for everyone. Remember to just do it! And as soon as again, thanks beforehand for all that you do, and all that you will do …