As the world is not black and white. Being rigid and inflexible serves only to hurt and disappoint those who follow this path.
Theories and prior wisdom from others is great, but in order to ride a bike as a manner of speaking, it involves you doing your own peddling.
Having that skill or achievement you want, whether food on the table or learning something new, now its a matter of how do you go about achieving it. What tools are needed? And as it will take time to get there, which type of patience is needed? How do I compensate for what I need but don't got?
Take the career advice if never applying for just one job and direct it towards any interaction. Spread out your social currency so you can create options.
Happy Sunday Folks, Just wanted to share a YouTube video. I've been teaching myself the guitar for the past couple weeks. I love learning new things, from public speaking to Muay Thai to Salsa to Farming, etc. And now the guitar. The process is all the same, I feel silly in the beginning but eventually …
So often we get caught up in how we do things that we forget there are so many avenues to get to where we want to go.
Happy Sunday good people, Just wanted to share a link today. Recently I was interviewed on Speaking of Travel, a radio show based in Asheville North Carolina. I talked about my reasoning why I left the States last year, traveling during a global lock down and shared a story about my "illegal border run" into …
Weights are heavy, therefore it takes time for you to build the muscles needed to carry bigger ones. Based on that logic, the responsibilities you carry when you are young are pebbles compared to later versions of yourself because you're not ready.
https://youtu.be/Zz_xIVJG4Eg Hello good people, Just wanted to share some film I took on Tuesday. I found a little spot where I will be exchanging my labor doing a variety of gardening tasks for food and housing. This is called WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms). This one is on the outskirts of Mexico City …
Operating on imperfect information means there's only one way to know something for certain. Hint: "The further you can look into the past, the farther you can see into the future."