Iceberger. Draw an iceberg and see how it will float.
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It is weird to realize that a good part of what people really need is other people to cheer them on.
But this is often exactly what people need, even the mighty.
If you are not a brutal critic to yourself, then you have achieved an unhealthy level of surety.
When you know someone that needs that boost... give it to them.
Be mighty for them.
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@ice I had heard of this book then forgot about it somehow. Thank you for suggesting it - I have put it in my wish-list for now (my birthday is in February).
I'll get it for myself if it doesn't come by then from a friend or relative.
@ice I am almost done transferring last year's notes, and I hadn't realised until now that I have reviewed them how useful journaling has been.
It definitely helps keeping"your eyes on the target" with short and long-term goals.
The concept of "You are the project" comes from a book on stoicism that contains daily meditations and exercises, called "The daily stoic" by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselmam. I highly recommend it.
I will definitely add it to the resources in my garden once I am done with transferring my notes.
I am glad I journaled consistently last year as it allowed me to put a lot of introspection into my next goals and in this note to myself https://garden.melyanna.net/notes/you-are-the-project.html
@ice I admit I use the "smart" features a lot: since I commute (well, I did commute when lock-downs weren't a necessity), I basically use my phone as a computer substitute for reading emails, internet browsing and listening to music / watching videos.