The Road To You with Dan Moore
All of things you desire, the things you spend most of your waking hours psychological striving for, longing for them, missing them when you go without them.
All the money, the success, the recognition we seek... those are all byproducts.
They're algebraic outputs of long dynamic sequences of events and inputs (luck or fate or whatever you want to call it) with only one universally common variable... YOU
You are the square root of all your problem, and the key to every possible solution.
But knowing it isn't enough. We have to do something about it. And sometimes doing something means recognizing what we can and can't do.
We can't do it all and we can't compete in real life to the glorious imaginary lives we envision our friends, coworkers, and social media co stars living.
But we're not in competition with anyone.
Only we can decide what constitute success in our lives. We're all playing a different game. And we're all making the rules up as we go along.
Just be honest with yourself about who you are today. About who you want to be tomorrow. And about who you want to spend the ride with.
Nobody gets out ahead in the end. Ashes to ashes and all that.
It's not about beating anyone.
Life's not a bout you compete in. It's a game you play. A story you tell.
"Success is a by product of self-awareness."
We Nashville hockey people have thing here that, for better or worse, is just as Nashville as sweet tea is.
Whenever the boys in gold score a goal, the 20,000 strong crowd of Nashville Predator's begins to chant in unison... "It's all your fault. It's all your fault." Taunting the opposing goaltender.
Dan Moore, author of "Do Moore, Get More: The Road To You,' and today's guest on the #GetYaSome Radio Show may not agree with public shaming, but he'll be the first to admit that accepting responsibility for our actions and recognizing the limitations of our control are a good first couple of steps toward solving whatever problem we find ourselves facing.
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