What wisdom would you pass along?
March 1, 2013 by
Categories: News, Reblogged

Over at zenhabits, Leo Babauta recently wrote the counsel that he would give his kids as they move into adulthood. The advice he provides fits quite well with the theme of this blog. For example, he writes:

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Image by topfer

“You are good enough. Most people are afraid to do things because they are afraid they’re not good enough, afraid they’ll fail. But you are good enough — learn that and you won’t be afraid of new things, won’t be afraid to fail, won’t need the approval of others. You’ll be pre-approved — by yourself.”

For the full list of counsel, click here.

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