Fuck you to everyone
And to yourself
That’s what your saying when you procastinate
That’s what you say to them when you don’t do the work
When you aren’t giving your all, when you aren’t being the person you can be.
Is that how you want to go down…
Saying fuck you to your gifts?
When it’s not on your doorstep
What do you do?
Do you wait until another event rolls around closer to you or do you travel the distance.
I’ve been to several events 100s of miles away from where I live, long train or coach journeys, hotels etc.
At the same time in Facebook groups I see people asking will this event be in X place or y place…
Because they don’t want to travel.
Yet even if it was on there doorstep, would they go?
I don’t know… but the question is if its really worth something to you
How far are you willing to go?
Failure is for reflection
It’s easy to go into self destruct mode when we fail at something.
We think of all the things that made us stupid, we think of how everything could of gone better, then we just beat ourselves up.
This is not healthy, it won’t change anything and you will not improve in the future
Look at what went wrong, but without the self destruction
Yeah my speech could have gone better so I’ll practice more in the future
Not your bad at speeches you should quit your not worthy of anything.
Lift yourself up, dont drag yourself down
Motivation is not your friend.
If you only wait for motivation to get going then you won’t get very far.
You are never going to find enough motivation to start something completely new,
And if you do it will be hard to get it to stick around once it does show up.
Motivation isn’t a very good freind.
It’s like the one friend who appears after all the chaos has ended and the waters have settled
Don’t rely on that friend
2020 isn’t over yet
So don’t give up on it.
Yeah things haven’t gone your way
A pilot doesn’t always have a good landing
But they dont blame it on the year
And they don’t just throw in the towel
It’s not been the best year for anyone
Yet there is still time to make a better landing
Don’t blame external events, how we respond today (not next year) will set us up for a better tomorrow