Why do things happen?
They happen because someone caused it to happen.
Earlier in the week, I reached out to someone because I saw a google alert that signaled that an organization was approved a budget for their strategic planning. (My core business)
I reached out, they already had someone in mind to work with, but low and behold I got an email back 2 days later because they heard good things about my work.
The point of this is, that had I not been in action, had I not sent that email, had I not called, had I not followed up, nothing would have happened.
One of the habits I’m taken up while in New York is the practice of Bikram Yoga.
You know the 90-minute hot yoga that makes someone of my…hydration ability, very very drippy.
It seems like every class, which is both a physical as well as mental workout has something to offer the body and the mind.
One of the lessons I recently learned was the distinction of “finding your edge”
As you move into these various poses/stretches (which are always the same 26 by the way) you get to develop your flexibility for each one.
Life is really just a game.
It depends on what game you’re playing and what it looks like to win.
I came to a realization that the game I had signed up for, I was not going to win.
I was trying to be (See trying) a start-up entrepreneur from Vancouver who was going to be (see: going to be) a “success”.
It’s like setting yourself up to be a struggle rapper your whole life. (A day in the life of a struggle rapper)
Games are just made up.