The Mossletter 2
I don’t know about you — but during these trying times, we’re doing our level best to grill & chill right now … Do you find yourselves dusting off those old cookbooks and getting back into the kitchen? Baking more? Making more cocktails? (All of the above?)
My two cents? Stay active. Get lost in a project. Build something. Make that thing you’ve always wanted to see in the world. Oh — and the other key part of this? Go easy on yourself. Don’t sweat it. Don’t stress about it. It doesn’t need to be perfect — just play like a kid with a box of crayons.
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It’s easy to lose perspective when we’re facing a thorny dilemma. Blinded by the particulars of the situation, we’ll waffle and agonize, changing our mind from day to day. Perhaps our worst enemy in resolving these conﬂicts is short-term emotion, which can be an unreliable adviser.
We all know the names. We’ve heard them time and time again. But what most people don’t know is just how they failed before they succeeded. The general consensus of success in the arts, entertainment, or business doesn’t take into account personal struggles.
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🖋 Parting Words
What we find is that if you have a goal that is very, very far out, & you approach it in little steps, you start to get there faster. Your mind opens up to the possibilities. — Mae Jemison, Engineer, Physician, Astronaut