Over the years I have been to teach young people a simple concept but very effective - ant philosophy. I think we should learn from ants, because they have an amazing four of philosophy:
The first: never give up the ants. If they run a place, and you would like to try to stop them, they will find another route. Or climb them, or from the underground drilling, bypass or until they find another route.
Part II: ants in the summer for the winter to do next. What a profound insight! Can not be so naive as to think summer will last forever, so even during the summer, ants are active for their winter food reserves.
Part III: ants in the summer thinking about winter. This bit is very important. Throughout the winter, ants have to remind ourselves: "winter does not take too long, we were quickly able to go outside." Thus, the first day of warming, ants will be out of activities; if the temperature of cooling, they return to hole. Not just to wait, so that ants will always be in the warming of the first day out.
Finally, a philosophical ants: ants in the summer to prepare for how much food this winter? Make every effort to reserve as much as possible food. What is the width of philosophy --- best!
This is the great philosophical ants all: never give up, foresight, initiative and go all out