Friday Failure Club — FACE YOUR FEAR
“The worst case scenario is I won’t be able to ride again. My goal is to win a blue ribbon in a horse riding competion.” Gina is scared on jumping back on the horse after going through an injury in trying to do her life goal. The worst case scenario is she will not be able to ride her horse again. What’s the worst case scenario of you not being a comic book narrative art leader? We’ll explore those options today.
“It’s been about a month since I’ve ridden.”
How long has it been since you’ve gotten back on the narrative art comic book creations? It’s time to go again. Taking a break from a wound, or a disappointment in our career is a good chance to reevaluate where we are going and if we really want to do this. But once we know that we don’t want to do anything else, then we stick with it to fulfill our hopes and dreams. What’s the worst case of stopping altogether, low self-esteem, knowing you aren’t creative as your thought. Destroying all hope. Living meaningless life? What is it for you?
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, but sometimes what doesn’t kill you just wears you out.”
True. This can depend on the activities you do. Are you doing strength building activities? Or are you doing destructive activities? Destructive activities will wear you out. Strength building activities will make you stronger. Do you know the difference?
“Lift yourself up. Repeat 15 times.”
Creating narrative art actually takes a good deal of patience, and resilience. The only way to get better at creating narrative art is to keep doing it. When things get tough, find out how to do it correctly. And then keep doing it. Eventually, it will become second-nature. The more you repeat, the more you learn. The more you learn, the better you get.
“My body reads my mind.”
Whatever you think yourself to do. This is what you will do. A famous saying is that If a man thinks himself bad at a thing, or a man thinks himself good at a thing, he is generally right.
“I feel like I’m losing my balance.””You have to figure out how to use those muscles to get on again.”
You have to continually train your body to do what is right. Sometimes we are so embedded with the wrong thing to do, we have break ourselves so we can learn to do the right thing. It is hard because we always believed the wrong thing to be true.
“The goal of jumping a horse, is really just a metaphor for all I have to overcome.”
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