Lots of traction. Loss if traction. A broken ankle. A shift. In the end, the lesson is, "be consistent."
What do you say? Do we try and convince people to engage our art, product, or business? Or do we just let what happens happen?
We've all heard it, "with great power comes great responsibility." But what does that mean for leaders? Here's an important aspect of being a leader and not messing people up.
It's not just putting on Netflix and veg-ing out. It means knowing what refuels you and doing it.
It's easy to think that the way we see things is the way things actually are. But when we're willing to acknowledge the bigger picture, things turn out for the better.
It's easy to look at successful people and say, "oh, they just have something I don't have." Most likely, they're just like you, but have just made different choices.
If we're dead set on a utopian vision, we're going to end up disappointed every day. But if we take on this perspective, it helps us continue moving forward
Sure, as a creative person or entrepreneur, you can just make stuff and hope people encounter it. But by keeping our audience in mind, we can help usher them into an experience with our work.