Tag: learning

the day job

“Your job is your side project.” a good perspective.

it’s a fairly common and repeating theme as we delve time and again into the creative life – or whatever we’re building, aspiring and moving toward – while we expend countless hours and energetic resources working a job to maintain a semblance of support for ourselves…and very likely a family….


hey, preacher!

we teach, as we learn, from where we are, now. your struggle, is valuable. your breakthrough, is of benefit to all….


bricks and sand

you can’t build a life (or a meaningful relationship, a business, or self-mastery) all at once….


singularity

they talk about the 10,000 hours it takes to master something – a musical instrument, a language, a trade skill, a sport, etc. it is something i have experienced, in my own way, and perhaps gleaned useful insights. what we may get through an organized training system, or educational institution, is a fairly predictable process,…


what’s perceived

recognize the world surrounding as the reflection of what’s going on inside it isn’t to guilt or shame it isn’t a punishment it’s just a reflection it’s a good thing the easiest most honest way we afford ourselves of learning what we believe to be true about us