We live in a world that celebrates your intentions with a vigour that tricks you slowly into thinking you’ve actually accomplished something just by INTENDING on one day, maybe, if I get around to it, when the stars align, doing it. It’s far easier to go around with a new “noble” intention every few months and receive a quick hit of social accolades, than to dig in, put your head down, break ground, learn, grow, fail forward, risk, and build something of true significance. Those quick hits, they can be addicting but, as with all cheap addictions, they leave you feeling empty.
How much we underestimate the feeling of celebrating something we have dug deep and earned! . . . Tag someone who needs to read this - 23 days ago