First, the person who doesn’t know what an Eagle is I will tell a little bit about it. Eagle is the brave, courageous bird known for its power, strength, and ability to fly high in the sky. It can fly in places where no other bird can. Eagle is a sign of immense power, leadership, and vision in the world. It is also known as the “King of the Sky.” And you shouldn’t be surprised that the Eagle is the National Bird of the United States Since 1782. The eagle is also a religious icon or spiritual picture in Indian history since it represents Lord Vishnu’s Vahan or Vehicle. The name is Garuda in heaven is called Vaikuntha. If you have a dream about an eagle flying high in the sky, your fortune will improve. You will achieve fame, publicity, and prosperity… So today you will learn 5 amazing Life Lessons From The Eagle.
So my first point which I learned from the eagle is
1)Eagle fly Alone Or with Their Kind:
So what does it mean? It says that you should associate with people who are on your level or who can support you in your development. Find persons who share your beliefs so that you can dream and grow together. I remember the quote that YOU BECOME LIKE THE 5 PEOPLE YOU SPEND THE MOST TIME WITH. So choose your company wisely.
2) Eagle Love The Storm:
Eagle love the storm they get excited when they see storm cloud gather and you know that when storm winds come to every bird find shelter to hide but you know the eagle is the only bird that finds shelter in the sky because they know this thing cloud winds will lift them above on the sky and above the sky, they can rest their wings and become stronger. What will you do when life’s storms arrive in their season? Will you take cover? Or do you take advantage of the storm to reach higher altitudes? Which will you be: a chicken or an eagle?
3) Embrace The Pain:
When eagles reach the age of 40, they become frail, to restore strength. The eagle must make a difficult decision. It may either die or go through a painful rebirth process that will increase its life by 30 years. In this process, the eagle knowing its beak and pulling out its talons so that new ones may develop is part of this process. It takes roughly 5 months to finish the full process. Life lesson No Pain No Gain. Everyone wants to change his life everyone wants success, name, fame, money, power, post but nobody wants to do hardware nobody wants to sacrifice, challenges, disappointment, and heartbreak that comes with it those people even understand the first principle of success. Without this nobody can ever succeed in his life.
4) Have A Strong Vision:
Eagles have eyes with 3.6 times the acuity of humans. Eagles, on the other hand, have outstanding vision and attention. They set out to capture their prey by focusing on it with laser-like intensity. They are continually on the lookout for threats to their territory, therefore they are always attentive. Predators do not catch them off guard, and they can identify their opponents from a long-distance…Similarly, you should have a clear goal in mind and then work diligently to attain it. Henry Ford said, “Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.”. Concentrate on doing one task at a time. Give it you’re all-time effort and energy.
5) Eagle Is The Master Of Change Management:
“A comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there”. If you want to learn how to get out of your comfort zone then learn from the eagle. Eagle is the master of change management. The nest of the mother eagle’s eggs is properly prepared. When the eaglets are ready to learn to fly, the mother eagle removes the nest’s comfort layers, leaving the thorns behind. They’re thrown out of the nest by their mother eagle. Eaglets attempt to re-enter the nest out of fear. She repeats this process until the eaglet learns to fly. At that point, the eaglet begins flapping its wings, becoming stronger with each flap until it can fly. Embraces the challenges and learns from them. That’s how we can learn a new thing or a skill.
That’s it, Guys. Thanks for reading!