What’s one granular, small change you could start with now? What’s a little change that you could make that’s so small that other people would really have to pay attention to notice? How could you make a change like this happen everyday? What would happen if you did this consistently?
If we spend our time complicating things, we are likely to fall flat on our faces. With that in mind, what’s the smallest change you can make on a regular basis that could potentially have a huge impact? It might not look like much, but that’s how it starts. So. Get busy. You can do it. You’ll find a way.
You can’t surf in a lake! What do you have the ability to do that others see as impossible? What’s something that you view as impossible that you might want to try? This can be in a relationship, at work, or just as a hobby. Experiment with what’s possible. You might surprise yourself.
There’s a catch though. You will have to live with the consequences of your actions. They might not be as bad as you think.
How are your biggest strengths also huge weaknesses? Listen to the Jimbits podcast here.
For me this comes down to one simple truth. As a child you poop your pants. After you die you poop your pants. While we pursue perfection, we’re also essentially trying to avoid the unfortunate truth that we’re going to poop my pants again.
How can a bit of being weird enhance your quality of life?
I have experienced impostor syndrome much of my life. Do you ever feel like an impostor? Do you feel like you’re not enough or that you aren’t worthy or don’t belong? How do you deal? Read the post, listen to the podcast.
If beauty is truth, and truth is beautiful, how does your work allow people to be more authentic? Do you do an amazing job with eyelashes, providing your clients with just enough of a mask to be more authentic with people? When you give someone a facial treatment, can they access the divine silliness that lives within all of us? How do you help the people you serve be more truthful with themselves and with others? How can you do the same?
My clown teacher Philippe Gaulier stated that something is beautiful when it is caught in the grips of freedom and pleasure. How do you help those you serve experience more beauty in their lives?