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Why circumnavigating the issue could be hurting you more than you think.
I used to think I needed to define myself to be successful... but eventually I realized that the more I tried to define my life, the more I found myself without any joy.
For many years now I’ve stopped reading and replying to nearly 95% of emails.
I can’t say there was a specific moment of satori for me, rather a growing uneasiness that something just wasn’t right... Stress also goes away in proportion to the amount of data smog you remove from your life.
For those of you who have had a rough past, or who have ever felt like an outsider, I hope that you can find inspiration in my story to chase your dream, to surround yourself with life-giving people, and to decide to have a determined “never-quit” mindset.
HONESTY. COMPETENCE. GENEROSITY. INTENTION.
This “formula” I believe will take you to greater lengths.
Depression didn’t creep up on me because of one specific person or situation, but gradually through a series of events that occurred over a very long season– and it happened during the most inopportune time of my life.
When I stop to think about some of my most rewarding and regrettable moments in life, I realize they have one big similarity:
They started with fear.
Can you think of a time as a kid when you tasted victory for the first time? Not just any old generic blue ribbon victory, but the kind where you had won the approval of your peers who at first doubted your abilities? The following story is silly, but it will prove my point.