Saw a meme on Facebook the other day, it said the cost of success was
- late nights
- early mornings
- very few friends
- being misunderstood
- feeling overwhelmed
- questioning your sanity
- being your own cheerleader
I’d agree with being your own cheerleader. I think everybody should do that.
but it seems to me that the rest of that list are things that are optional, not mandatory. What if, instead, success meant
- doing things at the time that works best for you
- spending time on the things you love
- traveling with a tribe of friends who are enthusiastic about your dream
- being unique
- feeling excited about all of the great things you are doing
- wondering why other people won’t put their energy in service to their dreams…
What if success wasn’t a negative experience? What if it was working and playing hard at something that feeds your soul- and delightful experiences while you do it?
Lets tell ourselves better stories about success.
Work hard. Play hard. Succeed. Feed your soul.
And have a great day
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