Who we think we are, and what we think we’re capable of, affect what is possible for us to achieve.
Possibility and Identity were the themes I covered in February and March for the Do Lectures on their Do Contribute publication. They are important concepts and ideas which keep cropping up.
You can read more about the three things I suggest to help create your own panorama of what’s possible here:
And in March’s article, I focused on the culture of ‘you’ vs the culture of ‘them’ and how to view what we bring to our lives and projects in a different way.
Our language can either motivate or debilitate us.
Over the past year, with more exposure to inflated rhetoric, hyped narratives and fake news, I’ve become more aware of the power of language in our growth process. The words we use to describe ourselves and our world heavily influence how we think, feel, act and do.
So I wrote about it in my January 2018 article for Do Lectures “Do Contribute” on Medium. Take a look…
Click on the image to read the article on Medium
Beauty needs ugliness to exist.
I’ve discovered that even in the worst of situations, we can find beauty amongst the cracks if we’re willing to look.
My December 2017 piece for Do Contribute on Medium is an exploration of how we can define and seek beauty in our world.
Click on the image to read the article on Medium.
What we put in affects what we get out.
This month’s article for Do Lectures over on Medium is about contribution.
What we put in matters. So, if you want to see the magic happen, choose to do the challenging, difficult, scary, stinky or unknown things with the same energy, willingness and enthusiasm you bring to doing the fun, easy, simple things in life.
When we give more than we expect in return, the upside is that we get lucky. To find out more, head on over to Do Contribute to read “What we put in“.
What goodness are you forgetting to add to your daily tasks and activities?