waxing philosophical with Dr. Jarvie
I'm a believer in the theory that a person should not hold back when they have something awesome to share/give.
Perhaps sometimes appropriate strategy dictates the timing…
but to delay your awesomeness or slow the pace (in whatever field or interaction in life) because you worry you won't have a good follow-up later or to delay because you don't want to give out your best and then be left high and dry is sad.
Are you holding some good content back because you feel you are in a state of scarcity?
I think you share your best RIGHT NOW and then you can step it up and do something even better tomorrow.
Stopping calculating and start living… start challenging yourself.
IT HOLDS TRUE WHEN…
Any correct principle should hold true in other areas of life.
Such as giving your best effort in sports.
(Not waiting for the distant moment when you'll try your hardest)
Do we hold back in doing awesome things in relationships because we don't want to do too much good all at once for worries we won't have more to give after that? #sad
Don't say "I only have so much love to give" and start saying "I will give all the love I know how to give right here and now… and I will be more capable of giving more tomorrow"
You give purely and you give all and you do it right now to the best of your ability and you will only be more and more capable of more awesome later.
And remember it's not about the peaks and the brightest moments… it's about what that level of consistency looks like. I'm much more impressed by a whole life of "awesome" than a few moments of fame.
It's not about who can hit the longest homeruns but who can do it with most consistency and even in the toughest situations.
Again… Doing your best right now makes you more capable of more awesomeness to come
Holding back will only slow your progress… in anything… including photography.
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