You are blinded by your strengths. Your strengths comes so effortlessly that you take it for granted. If you only knew what they were and cultivated them, you’d be unstoppable.
I think it could be possible to always (most of the time) feel good. Positive emotions at least. Happiness, contentment, excitement, full-filled, joy.
You can do it all, you just don’t have to do it all at once.
“Thinking Big?” maybe not?
What if all you had was today. When Chase said, he’s practicing more self-compassion… I just thought to myself… if all you had and all you can impact was your actions Today, what could you do?
What would you do?
Forgot what I read recently, maybe it was from a Mike Michalowicz book. The importance of a home field advantage.
Meaning your family and your closest relationships should refresh you, give you calm, peace, hope & energy.
Art is on a pedestal.
Do we put Art on a pedestal?
WTF is artistic integrity, selling out etc. Is it merely doing something we don’t want to do? Maybe that’s just called integrity…
When you make yourself a bowl of cereal are you doing Art? Does that depend on your canvas (Maybe you are a pastry chef)
When I’m programming, is it Art or Work?
Maybe Art doesn’t exist… maybe it’s just “The Work”.