To develop, a person simply needs to learn. Valuable information is contained in books, teachers share their experiences in trainings and seminars. However, we should stop and look around. It turns out that nature itself gives us quite interesting and profound lessons. It is necessary only to observe living beings and to find out that by their behavior they can give us a lot, to teach survival, which in human conditions means success. Blot the muzzle with blood.
This life lesson will be taught to us by small lions. These beings simply have to learn quickly. And their mentors are excellent – experienced huge lions. Here, in the wild, there are no textbooks, no negotiations – one practice. Lions know that it is impossible to learn to hunt without dirtying their muzzle with blood. People in practice want to achieve results and do not mess with the hand. We sit at a desk, and some hares in civilized suits teach us how to hunt. But theory is unthinkable without practice. Worse, when people generally refuse to study, locking themselves at home. As a result, when it’s time to go to work, the “blood smell” itself scares, not to mention the lack of necessary skills.
Lesson of the flow.
This lesson of success is given to us by fish. These creatures often swim against the current, this behavior is correct, although many people do not understand it. But the fish do this not because of their stupidity and not to complicate their lives. This direction of movement will allow it to pass by itself the maximum amount of water. As a result, the fish will be able to capture more oxygen, and more food. Thanks to this and her life will become much richer. Man, unlike fish, prefers to swim with the flow in a calm and even flow. As a result, together 40 years of life experience we gain 40 times one-year experience. Most difficult to leave the comfort zone, but then there will be a surprise that life has been awarded with a small number of opportunities. But to participate and win in the lottery, you must first get a ticket.
Lesson realistic focusing.
And this lesson will be taught by a woodpecker. Yes, yes, the one who beats his head against a tree. However, in this occupation the bird is very, very successful. Woodpecker – a realist, he does not try to break a tree in one blow and in half, which is typical of many people. The bird is focused on the goal – it does not knock on the tree from all sides, but monotonously strikes one and the same place, step by step moving towards its prey. People are not ready to be satisfied with the small, I want everything at once and not inside a dense tree, but on the surface. But while some are looking for such a fat prey, the woodpecker, step by step, mines its small food.
Wag the tail first.
This dog gives us this social lesson. The XXI century is in the yard, what’s important is not what you do, but how you motivate people. The dog is an excellent example to follow. She waves her tail not when she was brought home, fed and warmed. The dog first shares his feelings, in return and wants to caress him. So the dog gets what she needs. She does not force people to give her anything, she does her position in such a way that we ourselves want to do this.
Do not cry.
This lesson is shared with a person by a snake. Think for yourself – she has neither hands nor feet, she has poor eyesight, she was born in “ideal conditions”, parents have ceased to care since the moment of birth. Many people would become disheartened by this combination of circumstances. But the snake manages that small, than it was awarded by the nature. As a result, many (including people) are even afraid of this animal-invalid. And if the snake does not like something, it can throw off the skin and continue to live in an updated form.