Language is powerful. The words we use drive the deeds we do.
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Age is just some label society places on us (and prints on a driver’s license). And yet, so many of us allow it to limit our heroic nature and instinct for greatness. And positive psychologists confirm (through good research) the power of the self-fulfilling prophecy: think you’re old and you’ll become old. (Because if you think you’re old, you’ll move less, create less, work less, dream less–which will make you old!). Yikes!
I’ve spent much of the past 20 years on airplanes. The longer the flight, the better it is. More time to think, create, write and refuel.
I’m in an ultra-creative field today so needed to send this over to you with a ton of appreciation for your highest potential and with a heart overflowing with encouragement for your greatest impact.If you’re amped to access your hidden talents, become uncommonly true to you, install rare-air audacity and learn how to transcend what terrifies you, check out this Mastery Session on Leaving The Cult of Average.
I watched Reservoir Dogs last night. Staggeringly brilliant film. Tarantino’s a master. The work is a legend.
The first time I saw the movie, everyone in my circle was speaking of the scene where “Mr. Pink” gets named “Mr. Pink.” He just didn’t feel the name fit him. And so he reacted hysterically. (see the scene).
The following is an article by thought leader, life coach and public speaker Robin Sharma
I hope you’re excellent. I went mountain biking for the first time this year (the snow finally melted) so I’m in an uber-great mood as I write you this message