The chat that transpired took me on a brief trip down memory lane. That conversation stuck with me, as all good ones do. I decided to create this post as a running tab of the thoughts that come up as a result of this question. I’ll update it over time. If I had a time machine, here’s the advice I’d give to my younger self: Don’t seek security, seek randomness. In Mr. Davies’ 12th grade
There I was, cruising along the slippery neighbourhood sidewalks of the Canadian small town suburbs, trying to avoid face-planting into a patch of black ice. Pulling me along was my freak on a leash, Ginger: an uber happy, hyperdetermined golden retriever puppy with a floppy tongue and an urge to explore. I was dog sledding sans sled. Waterskiing on wet snow. “Who’s walking who?” a passerby quipped. He had a fair point. I wasn’t
It might not be easy to come up with your personal philosophy, but it will certainly be worth every minute you invest. Let’s explore how you can better understand your own internal compass and use it to your advantage. So without further ado, keep reading to find out how to write your own personal philosophy and unlock your full potential. What’s a Personal Philosophy? Great humanitarians, spiritual leaders, religions, and organizations all have one.
Inception Quotes From Cobb You’re waiting for a train. A train that’ll take you far away. You know where you hope this train will take you. But you can’t know for sure. Yet it doesn’t matter. Cobb Building a dream from your memory is the easiest way to lose your grasp on what’s real and what is a dream. Cobb Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to eradicate.