Taking risks is risky

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Risks make progress possible.

 

Taking risks is risky, so is playing it safe.

 

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Can a leaf be a flower?

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Rethinking things takes practice.

To get good at anything, practice is required.

Same thing for .thinking .differently

Normally, we think of flowers as the part of the plant that has colorful petals.

Caladiums have no flowers during the majority of their seasonal lifecycle. The entire plant – every leaf – is full of color.

Can a leaf be a flower?

PS. Some images of a caladium flower are here.

 

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My life changed with this personal mantra

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My life changed when this became a personal mantra.

 

My life changed with this personal mantra.

Lean into discomfort.

 

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There’s only one way to find out

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Walt Disney said, “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”

 

There’s only one way to find out if something is impossible.

Try to do what others say can’t be done.

Try to do something no one else has thought of.

 

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Are you indispensable?

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The right question is worth exponentially more than the right answer to the wrong question.

 

Are you indispensable?

How do you know?

What metrics are you using?

What questions are you asking?

The right questions, the best questions, are scary because their answers require a significantly more accurate answer.

And even scarier, there may not be a single definitive answer.

Take for example, “What’s the meaning of life”

While there are many great, and personally accurate, answers, the real insight is this – does the respondent believe in their answer as if their life depends on it?

 

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