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cast your net deep

cast your net deep

You are better served as a human being to cast your net deep instead of throwing it wide. Wide is sparkly but terribly shallow. Deep is better. It is slower. Forgettable. Frustrating and fickle, but casting your net deep will arm your magnificent spirit. Casting deep...

self-loathing and self-criticism

  When did self-criticism become a viable opportunity for learning?  What does it really accomplish?  Why do we so readily embrace it? I’m not talking about constructive criticism, but even here, many of us just end up calling self-loathing a distant cousin of...

strength in little things

  What goals do you have for today? Not for tomorrow, or the weekend.  I’m not talking about the forty pounds you want to lose by Easter.  The music that has been sitting dormant inside of you all this time, that you finally decided is important to write and record. ...

the lie

  Retirement is a myth.  More accurately, it is not a myth but a lie.  A lie we have come to believe and defend.  A lie that we can’t wait to share with each other. I believe there are only two human realities.  You are either alive, or you are not alive.  You either...

diggin’ ditches

  Change is easy. We all do it and we do it often.  Just ask yourself how many times we have joined a gym and quit?  How many times we have begun to eat better and quit?  How many times we have vowed to watch less and read more, talk less and write more, or perhaps be...