Screw The Shame, Hit Publish Anyway

Your insecurities and life experiences might hold a valuable life lesson for someone else.

Two pots with plants on a windowsill. Small plant growing out of its pot, into the daylight. Text on right plant pot: “grow”
Two pots with plants on a windowsill. Small plant growing out of its pot, into the daylight. Text on right plant pot: “grow”
Photo by Andrew Seaman on Unsplash

Fail forward to greatness

I see the journey as forever-ongoing. Self-development never stops. At what point will you stop to think “I am now good enough and ready to decay”? Probably never.

Share your work now, receive and implement feedback, write, repeat.

Keep your eyes open to how we are cruising on this scenic route, together, yet separately, whether we’re speeding like a maniac and writing something daily, or taking the time for paced breaks to enjoy all the sights and stories that pop up behind each bend.

“This is my story. I might as well own it.

You have your story. Choose to own it. Now put it to good use.

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Writing my way to progress. Topics: personal growth, life lessons, tooling & (failed) ventures.

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