You inspire others by your example and it becomes a role you won’t want to ease up on.
There are periods when we’re consistently impatient, judgmental, sad, angry, etc. and we can choose to dissociate with these past versions of us through the practicing and touting of our shame, but let’s ask ourselves this simple question: where would you be without him or her?
I know you’re worried about not being good enough at the things that matter most to you. Well, you’re not, yet. But you’ll get better.
You don’t allow anyone else to be “right” when discussing a topic.
Everyone deserves a little downtime; everyone deserves a lazy Sunday on the couch or a day of the week where they simply choose to do nothing. Yet, the heart of self-destruction lies in knowing you “shouldn’t” but still “doing.”
Work aversion is the the flipside of work addiction. They work together, in tandem.
What initially began as a plan for me to find inner peace and escape from the chaos my life soon became the reason I could finally get work done.
I’m no expert, but in my experience expertise is attributed to whoever shouts the loudest.
The way I see it, so long as we’re getting out there and learning from what didn’t go right the first time around, we’re only helping ourselves through gaining the knowledge and wisdom that can be passed onto others.
If you are constantly surrounded by people, you can never come to conclusions on your own.