Are you brave enough to invent things we’ve never seen before – to influence things in a way that doesn’t currently exist?
Why yes or why no?
Taking risks is risky, so is playing it safe.
You can quote me on that.
Some additional notes on invention…
What if planning your life included a deadline for accomplishing everything in life that was important to you?
What if planning for life involved written, prioritized goals, values, and behaviors?
What if your deadline included a date that gave you years, not days, weeks, or months?
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Get your billions back America. Not quite half way into tax season (Feb 27) and dropped off the Mid Life Celebration paperwork with Joyce at West Orange Tax.
It feels good being ahead of schedule without pressure.
Turning in 2013’s paperwork today for the annual April 15th tax return deadline.
Feels good being 12 days early.
However without the reality of an impending 21-day trip, it’s likely there may have been last minute panic.
Instead, there’s get it done early panic.
It’s all good though.
And it feels great.
Life is brutal.
Lack of deadlines. Ambiguity.
Our fear isn’t in failing.
Seriously, it’s not.
And we should embrace our fear.
We see it clearly when we see what our real fear should be.
What if our real fear was in not learning from the constant pressure and ambiguity?
And then repeating the same, insidiously fearful cycle.
Would we have conquered fear if we had harnessed our fear and the ambiguity?
Year end and year beginnings are often some of the busiest because there are these real and imaginary deadlines we are battling.
The imaginary ones are the most interesting, but can’t quite figure out why.