The irony of obsessing over what works…

… is that it usually leads to the very opposite of actual work. People who wait on guarantees rarely ever get started. People who act on their interests, even when they act imperfectly or unsuccessfully, end up doing things that result in a greater sense of confidence and creativity. Moving in the direction of what… Continue reading The irony of obsessing over what works…

Bring it Forth

“If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.” -Gospel of Thomas Self-censorship is a subtle demon. It robs us of our beauty in the name of keeping the peace… Continue reading Bring it Forth

On Telling “It” Like “it” is

If your version of “it” is always dreadful, discouraging, and gloomy, then it is highly unlikely that you’re someone who describes “it” as “it” really is. Sometimes “it” is okay. Sometimes “it” works.┬áSometimes “it” is helpful. Sometimes “it” is easy. Sometimes “it” is rewarding. Sometimes “it” is worth appreciating. Sometimes “it” is moving in a… Continue reading On Telling “It” Like “it” is