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“We need innovative ideas, rooted in our historical and cultural knowledge, to ensure that our economy is delivering a high quality of life and not compromising the things we value. We need to bring tourism and development into alignment with the values and priorities of residents, ensuring that tourism serves Kauaʻi instead of Kauaʻi serving tourism.” – Dustin Barca
A position in political office is not a normal path of a professional surfer and environmental activist. When local Kauaiian Dustin Barca returned home after a traveling surf career, he became aware of the issues his island of Kauai was facing and decided to write the future himself.
Barca may be best known for his activism related to environmental injustice and especially the impacts of the agrochemical industry on Kaua’i, however, he is also passionately committed to:
Local agricultural food production and access to healthy foods
Protecting Kauaʻi’s most vital water resources
Sustainable energy and transportation
Better solutions to address crystal meth and illegal pharmaceutical drugs
Learn more and help spread the word at http://www.barca4mayor.com.
When faced with an insurmountable task, always break it into small manageable chunks, keeping your front sight on the 25 meter mark, step by step, hour by hour, day by day. When people often asked Navy SEALs how they managed to overcome the grueling 24 week BUD/s selection to earn the trident, a reoccurring theme arrises: focus on finishing the evolution. When you begin to look at the big picture, it becomes too much. But when you break it into small manageable tasks, before you know it, you’ve accomplished something worthwhile.
Take for example earning your Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt. On average, it takes 10 years to accomplish this task. When you start off as a white belt, that may seem impossible and lead to you quitting Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. But if you break it into small manageable chunks of: showing up to class, getting your first stripe, then your next stripe, before you know it, you’re a black belt.
Marcus Luttrell is a former Navy SEAL who wrote the book Lone Survivor about Operation Redwing. After getting blasted off an Afghanistan mountain from an RPG, breaking his back, surviving multiple gun shots, head trauma, and compound leg fractures, he was able to crawl 7 miles and survive until rescue. How did he do this? He would draw a line in the dirt with his knife, scratch and pull until his feet passed that line. Then he’d draw a new line and repeat the task. Breaking an insurmountable task into small manageable tasks.
You don’t accomplish major feats by trying to taking it all on at once. You break it down and attack it as small manageable tasks. So the next time you’re trying to accomplish something worthwhile, whether it is building a brand, earning a belt, winning a fight, changing your diet, or losing weight, break it down into small manageable tasks and attack it in pieces!