Never let them see us sweat, right? Everyone sweats stuff. Small stuff. Big stuff. None of us is immune.
Know one of the things that really helps?
This is difficult because of what we could lose or leave on the table.
What helps is factoring in the luxury tax. This is the price we pay extra, for the luxury of moving forward.
The tax is usually paid with money or time, above and beyond what is usual and customary.
Are we secretly doing the long, hard work before anyone knows? You know, on our greatest idea. Laboring in the darkness, the deafening quiet.
That’s really what the essence of, “there’s no such thing as an overnight success” means.
Two funny things about the way jeff noel blogs that most don’t care about.
- he writes in real time, but ahead
- writes five daily, differently-themed blogs
This matters to almost no one, yet I do it anyway. Weird.
Time will tell.
PS. It’s been an absolute game-changer for the author. Completely changed the way each day is thought of, attacked, enjoyed, and savored.
Fascinated by midlife hope, dreams, fears, and resistance to change. We carry these. In abundance. They counter each other, often leaving us with little to show.
The only limitations we have are those we impose upon ourselves.
Yesterday was a travel day, a work day – The Renaissance to O’Hare, O’Hare to Detroit Metropolitan and on to the Westin Southfield.
Four years ago I embarked on a 100-day challenge to leave a trail for our young son in case something bad ever happened to me…
Inspired by The Last Lecture, and determined to fulfill a college promise, the writing began. Never (repeat NEVER) dreamed, not even for a second, it would feel impossible to stop.
So many things in life that should be mandatory we don’t stop. Ever. Are they obvious?