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This Kind of Long-termism, Do You Agree?

The term“Long-termism” came into my field of vision only in recent years, and as I got older it became more and more influential.

One of the things I understood most is from the growth of the child, which is result-oriented.

You can think like this: children into Junior High School, High School, and college, go to work, with what qualities, you will be more assured?

You may think: good habits, can adapt to a new environment; have interest in hobbies; can take the initiative to learn, good problem-solving; emotional stability, and good interpersonal relationships. Right, habits, interests, active learning, emotional management, these four aspects you want to run through primary school for six years to train children’s basic dimensions.

Second, you can break down your goals for each dimension into grades.

For example, to develop your child’s time management skills, you can’t expect them to do it in a week or a month. Instead, break it down into six years and do it gradually.

Many first-and second-graders come home to play before doing their homework. It’s not that he’s playful or procrastinating, it’s that kids at this age have no concept of time at all.

So what do we do? Although there is no concept of time, they have a sense of order. Then you can ask your child to draw or write down the tasks he needs to complete each day after school in order and guide him to put the most important things first. By the third or fourth grade, he was able to map out the length of each task. In 5th and 6th grade, he could schedule what he did every day and every hour on a weekly basis.

Not only time management, but other habits, and interests should also be separated from the big goal, step by step.

Step 3: provide tools and scaffolding for each action goal to be implemented.

What tools do you need to accomplish your goals? You need to list them with your child and then implement them. For example, you can negotiate a good time plan copy of three posted in the living room, bedroom, study room and other obvious locations, and always remind children to pay attention.

With this three-step breakdown, you and your child can clearly see the trajectory of habits and abilities and where each of them lands. And every drop point after the split children are able to reach, which gives them the momentum for continuous progress and a sense of achievement.

And you have a spectrum of what you want your children to develop, and improve every semester and year. Design your child’s primary school goals for six years at this pace, and you’ll be more relaxed.

Exercise is ultimately about good health, and losing weight is just one of the many side effects of exercise. Exercise needs to be a way of life, obesity and all the other health problems that come with it don’t happen overnight, so we can’t set ourselves too big a goal on the way to losing weight all at once. It’s a long-term plan because we can’t finish the cycle.

Step 1: Control Your Diet

The previous eating habits of overeating, overeating, and wolfing down must be corrected. Most obese people have something to do with their diet. Eating too much is a burden on their digestion, energy accumulates in the body for a long time, and over time it is converted into fat.

Do not think not being hungry do not eat can lose weight, on the contrary, do not eat is not conducive to weight loss.

In order to promote digestion, it is suggested that people who lose weight should eat many small meals, increasing from three meals a day to five or six meals a day. However, the amount of each meal should be reduced, so that it will not increase the burden on the intestines and stomach, and people’s appetite will gradually become smaller, this is the key to controlling your diet.

Step 2: keep moving

Exercise is the best way to lose weight, aerobic exercise is the best choice, such as jogging, swimming, yoga, and cycling, aerobic exercise will make the whole body and mind more relaxed, and this is not strenuous exercise, it doesn’t add to the burden.

Relying on exercise to lose weight is not so easy to adhere to, especially for beginners, do not have to be too much of their own burden, a good daily exercise plan can reduce the burden.

For example, jog for 20 minutes a day for the first week, and for 30 minutes a day for the second week, gradually increasing and adapting. Swimming three times a week and mountain climbing once a month can not only relax you, but also exercise your willpower.

Step 3: combine work with rest

Obesity can be caused by many factors, such as staying up late. Working and studying one day during the day, the body and brain also need proper rest, the next day will have a better state of mind, and staying up late will cause serious damage to the body. People who stay up late for long periods of time may experience memory loss, hair loss, facial acne, and obesity. So sleep is very important to health, want to lose weight, we must maintain adequate sleep, to work and rest.

In addition, mood is also very important, many people will be in a bad mood when overeating, which is an important factor leading to obesity. Keeping a good mood, and be actively involved in the process of weight loss, a good state can also promote long-term persistence.

Obviously to have a healthy body or weight loss is a long-term plan, not that every day giving yourself a lot of pressure to achieve, that will only backfire.

Both Buffett’s and Bezos’ ideas are, in fact, long-term philosophies.

With that original intention, starting is arriving. You will not be tempted by the short-term, every moment to maintain such a thought, the goal will be reached. A beginner’s heart and conscience can tell us what is“Right” and“Wrong”. So you will not be troubled by short-term gain and loss, because short-term gain and loss are not important, what is important is that you stick to right and wrong, right and wrong is success or failure. Have the original heart, you will not be short-term difficulties frightened, the more uncertain and difficult the moment, the more you can stick to it, the so-called suffering is brilliant!

I think, to be a good short-termist, you must first be long-term.

Learn new things fast, do things fast, and do all-round, which is itself a Kungfu, this Kungfu is a long-term accumulation.

I understand that the key difference between short-termism and long-termism is not what you ’want ‘, not whether you want to harvest now or bet on the future to harvest again-but what you ‘ can ‘do.

We need to focus on doing something cumulative for a long time and be long-term.

We can learn first with long-termism and then do things with short-termism.

Some“Long-termists” don’t want to worry. Some“Short-termists” don’t want to focus. These are things you need and not things that need you. Being proactive is still about playing to your strengths, not about what you feel most comfortable doing.

A true long-termist is one who can do a great thing, and that great thing must have been quietly making progress, but without gain. For example, in the development of a relatively basic technology, the market does not know how you do, you know. If you haven’t made any progress in proving that this direction is no longer viable, you should take the initiative to change direction, or at least actively seek new ideas. So a true long-termist is not inflexible.

Just like our business philosophy, Littlety always provides customers with green environmental protection and high-quality/ low-price products, and we are the long-term service provider, let us work together.

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