It’s gotten to a point where everybody is concerned about their rights and nobody is concerned about their duties.
The best revenge is massive success.
Forgive yourself for not being the richest, the thinnest, the tallest, the one with the best hair. Forgive yourself for not being the most successful, the cutest or the one with the fastest time. Forgive yourself for not winning every round.
Forgive yourself for being afraid.
But don’t let yourself off the hook, never forgive yourself, for not caring or not trying.
Seth Godin, with his signature pithy wisdom, captures the crucial difference between not succumbing to the tyranny of perfectionism and not showing up – a difference perhaps best articulated by the Chinese concept of wu-wei.
Also see Godin on how to dance with our fear of failure.
More of Godin’s wisdom here.
No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.
“this leaves men confused and unable to pigeonhole you. What they are forced to do instead is… take you seriously.”
I will never not reblog
I take Amber Heard very seriously.
The horses ridden by the four horsemen of the apocalypse are said to be white, red, black and pale. After having a look over the heavily modified Ducati 749 you see here, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s the black horse, which I guess makes Gustavo Penna of Apogee Motorworks the friendliest…