Redefining the beast redefines possibility

March 18, 2010 | filed under inspiring, moment of truth, rewritable words | 1 Comment 

greatness

Right now is an incredibly interesting time for me. I can feel something happening–changes…in me, in my world. Nothing I want to make public right now, but I was inspired to share a little something.

I’ve been standing in my own way. Fears, insecurities, and uncertainties have all been bullying my greatness. In retrospect, I see I must have believed my greatness wasn’t great enough to win–at least not then. But what a silly thought.

“Who do I think I am? Well I know I get to choose who I am.”
– Harry O’Brien

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Monday Motivation: new beginnings are ready when you are

August 3, 2009 | filed under challenge, moment of truth | Leave a Comment 

fork in the road
Every choice is a sort of crossroad; they aren’t all big and dramatic. Continue as before? Begin again?

You can start over any time you choose.  Sometimes, things go wrong consistently enough that you have to evaluate the best course of action.  Consider walking away as a viable option.

I’m not sure if it’s the unknown prospects of the future or the current comfort of the familiar that prevents us from starting anew, even when we know it’s quite probably the best thing we could do.  Still, many times the fear of either starting or letting go paralyzes us into a remaining in an uncomfortable situation.

But only for as long as we choose.

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What My World Sounds Like: “Let Go”

February 26, 2009 | filed under listen, what my world sounds like | Leave a Comment 

frou frou 'details' cover

Much of what I’ve been listening to this week is several years old. For instance, Frou Frou. This band, consisting of Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth, released their only album, Details, in 2002 and disbanded in 2003. They have a sort of electronic trip-hop sound.

Frou Frou – “Let Go”
[audio:http://www.whatmyworldslike.com/audio/letgo.mp3]