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Fear of failure. Fear of embarrassment. Fear of being vulnerable. Fear of success. Fear of responsibility. Fear of action. Fear of passivity. Fear of being let down. Fear of getting hurt. Fear of emotional pain. Fear of physical pain. Fear of being yourself. Fear of reputation. Fear of expectations. Fear of … fear of …… Continue reading Reflections on Fear
The amateur and professional labels are often used to describe an individual and his/her work. We usually attach the term amateur to someone who may be classified as a hobbyist in their given craft. Such as an individual who plays organized basketball at their local YMCA. While a pro would be someone who plays basketball… Continue reading What It Means To Be A Pro
Age of science views death as a disease, no longer an inevitable fact of life, treatable, like a broken arm, curable, like a bad hangover, just need the right remedy and one will stop, dying. They will deprive me of death, and with it, take away my life, hollow living shell, I will become,… Continue reading Poem: Don’t deprive me of death
Such is my will, that I wish too much, and do too little, wishing to be this or that, doing nothing, hoping I’ll wake up one day, whole and complete. Dreaming of different realities, different lives in which I was good, perhaps those are glimpses into different dimensions, were I actually did what I… Continue reading Poem: Such is my will
Recently I read Robert Greene’s book, Mastery. The book puts forth the argument that everyone can master a skill which they love if you follow the outline that has been present throughout history. Greene draws from famous figures and links them to his principles and steps in order to showcase that no matter the discipline,… Continue reading Reflections On Mastery Through Resistance Practice