5. Do the impossible.
Simple enough. If you want to be your own hero, do what you don’t think is possible, let alone what others think is possible. Work longer hours, maintain greater focus, help more people, train more, work more, do more.
Mediocrity is not the way of the warrior or the hero. So if your plans, at the moment, are normal and not awesome, then change them. change them to what you’d truly want to accomplish. Alter them in a way that it excites you everyday to wake up and start working.
Your goals, of course, can be you. In becoming your own hero, will you not serve your family, friends, and society far better?
6. Act now.
Don’t wait for motivation or inspiration or for the perfect moment to act out the heroic qualities you innately possess. If you’re not practicing heroic traits like hard work, persistence, and honor, then you’re not going to be prepared should the time for heroism arise.
Don’t wait for a reason to act, just act. If you have a dream start working towards the dream. What you’ll find is that as more action is taken, more inspiration is lent to your cause.
The World Needs More Heroes
Today we have more heroes than ever in name, but not in the deeds they do. And we need them like never before. We need more people standing for what right and fighting what’s wrong.
Heroism doesn’t exist in a moment, it’s developed over time. If you truly desire to be great, do great things. Let your actions speak louder than your words, and let your words inspire others to do the same.