While I mentioned in this week’s episodic musing about just going for it, you’ve also got to realize if along the road you make a mistake, it’s smart to improvise if it’s the right or practical thing to do.
Don’t let your ego get the best of you and be stubborn. If you’re working towards something, you won’t do everything perfectly. Admit the mistake, suck it up, and move on.
You only fail if you don’t learn lessons from your mistakes.
Hope everyone’s having a great week.
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Well, happy new year (…add exclamation mark here).
I’ve been away for a while working on some things but I’m hoping everyone had a good Christmas and their new year was off to more than a good start.
I also hope everyone didn’t make any new year’s resolutions.
Musings Episode 83: Guts Over Fear…
For the past few weeks now while picking up my daily necessities, I’ve had to endure the cringiness of various store marketing ads blaring over their speakers talk of new year’s resolutions and “getting fit” – while eloquently lacing in why you need that new yoga mat.
Right, back to demons – it’s a bit of an interesting discovery…ready? Start.
Musings Episode 71: Fearless…
So demons – we all have them. This month has been a trying one – been having to take my own advice on a handful of things, and I’ve gotta say, it’s been a delicate balancing act.
There’s a time you reach in various stages of your life when sometimes you just feel overwhelmed – not from the amount of things you’ve got going on, but just a collective series of events that have happened.
There was a time when I used to think that “nothing just happens” – frankly, these days I’d say that’s a load of shit – at least the way I used to think of it.
Or don’t feel like they’re being thrown at you at all.
Suddenly, they’re no longer crises, or headaches…no longer are they challenges or obstacles.
You no longer look at them as road blocks.
You develop a sort of filtration system, where after a while you just understand it’s something you must find a solution to – and start equating these “crises” to simple math problems. Or is it chemistry? Let’s say, both.