For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. ~ Shakespeare (taken from Hamlet) Comes with a video! There’s a cute little story in there. And a huge disaster and a big opportunity. And shoes. And lots of hand waving too.
Sometimes we don’t do things because of our concerns, doubts and fears. They are never gonna say yes. This is too silly. This is never gonna work. They’ll think I’ve gone crazy. I’m not qualified, smart, interesting enough. Sometimes we do things despite the concerns, doubts and fears. This might work, so why not [...]
It’s too hard. I can’t do this. It will never work. 4 little words. Strung together in a sentence. Casually. Yet so dramatically powerful. It’s too hard. And you give up. I can’t do this. And you don’t get started. It will never work. And you don’t even give it a try. 4 little [...]
The truth is that we made mistakes. The truth is that we will make mistakes. Often we beat ourselves up. I should have known better. They’ll think I’m not smart enough. They’ll think I’m not bright and intelligent. They’ll think I’m not worthy of doing this work. This will be the end of my career. I [...]
We are not disturbed by what happens to us, but by our thoughts about what happens to us. ~ Epictetus
I’m sitting here behind my laptop and I don’t know what to write about. No idea. But, hey, no worries! Let me just think for a second about what I want this post to be. It has to be something good wonderful fabulous super great. It has to be something that makes you stop and think. That [...]
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