Professional sports people and actors keep honing their skills, no matter how well they may have done in the past. Many of them migrate to less taxing forms of their vocations, such as writing and coaching, as they age. There are important lessons for those of us who may be dissatisfied with our lives.
Uncontrollable elements dominate all lives. Nature and external developments do affect how far we can progress in our jobs, communities, and positions. It is only human to feel envious of those who seem to surge ahead of us, catch the public eye, and accumulate all manners of assets. However, it is more productive to reflect on what each of us can do to get more out of life.
The realization of what we can do exceptionally well is a vital first step towards progress. It is easier to express our likes, but unfortunately, such a list will probably not match with objective views and appraisals. Most people believe that they are not fully appreciated in terms of looks, presentation, and abilities. It is rare to find a confidante who is willing to be brutally frank. A mental health professional of any genre can do this dirty work for a person who wants to take a decisive step towards greater self-actualization.
Most aspects of physical appearance are inherited, but all humans use only infinitesimal proportions of their minds. Therefore everyone has ample opportunities to become capable of better thought and more coordinated actions. Work on your IQ for a week for example, and you will be delighted with the results. Primary school teachers and parents have crucial roles in helping children use their brains. Though learning slows after middle age, it is never too late to start exercising the grey cells inside our skulls