How often do you feel overwhelmed? How often do you see what others are accomplishing and succumb to a sense of underachievement? Read More
I strongly believe that learning to construct our stories in ways that powerfully and accurately convey what we feel—to the point of others successfully feeling the way we felt—is the single most valuable skill we can learn in life.
Why entomb yourself
with walls dark and contrived,
when you can breathe and create
in curves bright and alive?
A good friend of mine recently pointed out that I had a tendency to not only read and appreciate books, but that I consistently integrated lessons and takeaways from those books into the way I lived, thought, and worked as well. I had never considered how my approach to interacting with books might differ from others. When I got home, I scanned my bookshelf. I was honestly surprised to realize that so much of what I do, how I do it, and how I think could be directly attributed to specific books in front of me.
Yes. You own an invisible light saber.
It’s ok. Almost nobody else knows either.