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Ganbatte Mentality

I just finished a book called Ganbatte! Albert Liebermann, the author, listed 7 thoughts that reflected a.‘Ganbatte Mentality’. In reviewing my notes, these are the thoughts that impressed me.

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    1. I’m going to start even though I don’t feel like it

    This is the way I feel nearly every day I start exercising. I set up, get dressed and workout.

    2. If I don’t try it, I’ll never know if it’s worth it or not

    I only realized that exercise was worth it, after I had worked out for a couple of weeks. I felt better. When I started the mobility workouts, I didn’t know whether it was worth it until I could squat low without pain in my knees.

    3. I change tack following what I’ve learned and try again.

    I am using this idea on revising my novel.

    4. I’ll do my best so that Lady Luck is on my side

    This sounds a lot like the quote: ‘I’m a great believer in luck. I find the harder I work, the more of I have of it.”

    5. The most important thing is to learn on the journey

    6. What will my future self think if they see me through a time machine?

    This is an idea I’ve heard more about lately. I need to read the book My Future Self.

    7. Changing myself into a wiser person by means of Ganbatte is the most important thing.

    Learning from my experiences is something I’m used to as a Project Manager. At the end of every project, I facilitate a retrospective.

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