October 8, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Antifragile, Discover, Ikigai, Series

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Categories: Parenting

Uncover your Ikigai. Sequence 6. Why be extra Antifragile.

This would be the last in line for the MyFriendAlexa campaign. Discover your Ikigai. Why be more anti-fragile. Stand up even stronger in the event of a fall. This is one such topic that is covered in the book and that has caught my attention.

As Nassim Nicholas Taleb said, “Things that win from disorder.” Here we would discuss a few points on how we can apply this to our Ikigai and make a living from it.

Discover your Ikigai. Series 6. Why be more anti-fragile.

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Create more options:

This can be for creating more than one salary. In today’s world it is becoming more and more important to have an extra income. Instead of just having a salary to make money off of your hobbies or whatever interests you.

Take small risks:

It doesn’t work if we don’t take risks and do something out of the box. But at the same time we have to be careful not to invest completely in this new thing. You need to make sure that even if you invest and it doesn’t work, you can’t go broke.

Eliminate things / people that make you fragile:

We may think of them a lot, but we are always afraid of removing people from our lives. But ask yourself, is there anything that makes you fragile? Be it things or people trying to eliminate them from our lives.

To be more anti-fragile after a fall, we shouldn’t worry about the results or the adversity. Because sometimes a setback for that particular cause would be a big comeback, and sometimes even a stronger one.

If we accept the change and are more anti-fragile, can we go, would we get stronger with every downfall we have in life? This attitude would help us to stay more focused with our Ikigai.

As Taleb mentions in Antifragile: “We need randomness, chaos, adventure, uncertainty, self-discovery, hear traumatic episodes, all these things that make life worth living.”

Wabi-sabi and ichi-go ichi-e

Wabi-sabi is a Japanese concept and tells us about the beauty of imperfection, imperfection and the beauty of the fleeting, changeable nature around us. It teaches us that instead of looking for perfection, we should look for things that are imperfect and flawed. (Perfection is seldom found, while flawed ones can also be a perfect piece)

Ichi-go Ichi-e translates as “This moment only exists now and will not come back.” I sometimes have the feeling that we often ignore this and think about other issues that make us more fragile. The key point for this is to admire this beauty from now! Accepting the fact that we have no control over certain things like weather, time, or natural causes that happen around us.

Ichi-go Ichi-e teaches us to enjoy and focus on the present moments that life throws upon us, and therefore it is considered important to find our Ikigai. Wabi-sabi reminds us to appreciate the beauty of imperfection as an opportunity to grow.

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