It was John Dunne who wrote first; Nobody is an island. There was never a closer examination of human condition. No one forms faith, ideas, feelings, views in isolation. The search for self-esteem is no different. We can only find our inner self with others.
One only has to look at other great thinkers, exhibitors and philosophers to see the truth of connecting as ideals. Big men and women, including Aristotle, Manet, Shakespeare, Yeats, Virginia Wolf and Einstein, formed their ideas and views by expressing their ideas and hopes for others around them. Aristotle explain Socrates; Edouard Manet came from a civilian Paris family but had the courage to leave his safe future, looking for artists on the left bank; Shakespeare left his wife and family in his national, rural environment and traveled to London to seek true fate; Yeats formed in the famous Abbey Theater in Ireland and gathered around him some of the greatest centuries of writers of the 20th century. Virginia Woolf the great feminist, secretary and novel was part of the famous Bloomsbury group; Einstein did not form a sense of relativity while working at a patent office or at some universities, his teachings were given after his work with other dreamers & # 39; in Zurich's cafes.
Ideas and dreams die without being fed up with discussion with your piers. That's the tip you get from others like thinking people who act as a measure of your ideas and dreams. Sometimes your ideas can not always be measured by listening to what they say about you that you can revise them into something stronger. Only insane believe that their ideas are worthwhile when everyone else is saying differently.
This brings us to the next level; You must connect with people with the same vision. It's not good to skip your ideas by people who do not have you. You must look for those who want to nurture your inner self. It can sometimes take immense courage to do this. You may need to leave them from the past. You might think you've found people who can help you only to find out that this is not the case. But what if you can not find these people? Let them find you. Advertise. Let others know your inner self; do not hold back. Use whatever you can to do this; write blogs on the internet, form an independent group and advertise a meeting in your newspaper; post notifications in your local library. This takes courage but what is chosen? Being insufficient?
Another thing to make sure is that you give both and join this organization. Many people book themselves in a self-development session and sit and listen to someone else who talks about improving their lives. This is fine. But remember, these are just pep talks; to sit down and listen is the first step but speaking and expressing your own ideas is the next and most important step. It's only when you've discussed and have feedback, you can really start taking action on your thoughts.
Nobody can expect to evolve when they are alone. Human beings need their businesses that are around them to fully develop. Our ideas, dreams and hopes are born within us and so also the company needs others. Take courage and take them out. Of course, there is always a possibility of failure if you do this but one thing is certain; Keeping them away will inevitably lead to failure. Bring the true inner self to the public scene; Your actual self can withstand your mind and will almost certainly flourish when connecting to the same vision as yourself.