We often allow ourselves to believe that the source of our confidence or motivation is external. The truth is that whatever we seek already exists within us.
The difference between falling and flying is what you’re telling yourself in the air. That’s why it’s called the air war.
The things we think will keep us safe are often the things that cause us harm. The net is there. But it doesn’t guarantee your safety.
Celebrate the risk, not the result. If you’re willing to risk failure you can’t be mad at yourself when you fail.
What We Risk When We Blame the “Hooky” Product There’s always a choice. Who is making it?
On flying trapeze and trampoline, taking a skill out-of-lines is the moment when the trust shifts from trust of others to self-trust. How do you know when you’re ready to remove the safety lines?
Without this element, your big idea will fail. And no, it’s not implementation (that’s the obvious thing other people tell you).