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The decision to be remarkable is not one to be taken lightly. It means you can't settle for anything less, and that's a big promise to make to yourself and others.
But man -- what a payoff.
27 March 2012 | Permalink
I think we all want to be remarkable in our own ways. (Truly, we are, but that's beside the point.) It's important to remember that we need to temper our pursuit of our passions, so as to allow ourselves more time to devote to them.
Sam would prefer to spend the bulk of his time quietly tucked away in his workshop, with warm woods and familiar tools in hand, but he knows that stepping up his game in other areas he's not as comfortable provides him with a sort of exclusivity. Being remarkable in other areas allows him to live confidently in the direction of his dreams.
Thank you for sharing this, Diego.
Brian Driggs |
30 March 2012 at 10:52 AM
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