I’m sitting down this morning (getting up at 5:30 am is not easy for a night person), working on my long-overdue book and read this passage from the first chapter. It’s short and sweet, but the message is powerful.
Enjoy the preview:
Remember Medusa, the tragic figure from Greek mythology with snakes for hair? With one look she could turn any living thing to stone.
Too many good ideas die before they even get to battle Medusa. The fear that she may gaze upon them is enough to make someone keep quiet or not fight to implement. And while it’s true that some ideas and dreams are destroyed in the attempt to give them life, it’s also true that some succeed. Let’s figure out how to not look back on our lives and see the frozen statues of failed dreams or worse…those that were never attempted.
(Maybe I should throw in a weeping angels reference from Doctor Who? It could help with SEO results…)
What ideas are you afraid to let loose upon the world?
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