“An object maintains its state of motion unless an unbalanced external force acts on it.”
1) Once we enter a cycle of rest, relaxation, or even sluggishness, it is difficult for us to gain the energy and momentum needed to complete a task.
2) In other words, according to Newton, a force must arise that will move us.
3) If we do not want our creative instincts to disappear, our brains and bodies should not sit idle for long.
4) Take bright and creative ideas as a stimulus and use them to take action.
5) When a momentum that is difficult to control is achieved in the production, planning and thinking process, the action should be continued.
6) Unless, of course, there is an unexpected force intervening from the outside environment.
7) It is important to be able to foresee the pros and cons of the effects of unknown situations.
8) Losing momentum can result in the complete destruction of what we are trying to do.
9) Again, unless intervened from outside, our speed and direction do not change.
10) You should keep your momentum and not change your direction.
Along with the ambitious advice of modern times, we have a lot to learn from a 300-year-old philosophical and scientific law.
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