“Most men (and women) lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them”
Henry David Thoreau
This is a very poignant quote by Henry Thoreau because all of us have something in us that we are here to do.
Personally I believe this changes at different periods of life as the whole one life purpose ‘thing’ is overwhelming and often misunderstood, but I will leave that discussion for another day.
I have found (and usually when I say something like that it is because yours truly has experienced it), that so many ideas that come to you go to the grave because you don’t think you know enough about something.
I have been converted though! It doesn’t have to be like that. In this week’s episode I discuss why you shouldn’t be so quick to squash an idea and why your perceived limited knowledge does not have to be an issue.
I would love to hear some of the ideas you may have but are being held back by lack of knowledge, however crazy they may seem. Remember, ideas come to you for a reason!
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