Have you decided to make a difference in this world? Here is a resource that will help you with that decision.
Seth Godin has released a new book “The Practice: Ship Creative Work” which focuses on how we talk to ourselves when we decide to make a difference.
It’s a book I will be reading very soon, but for now I got to hear my esteemed friend, colleague and past podcast co-host, Mongezi Mtati, chat with Seth about this book and some of the most useful concepts and practices it shares.
- There’s no such thing as writers block – only the fear of bad writing exists. So let’s not hide behind “writers block”.
- If you have done something once, or another human has done it, then it is humanly possible, and you can do it again.
- Practice is not about perfection, it’s about generosity.
- Leaders are imposters – a very interesting element to overcoming the Imposter Syndrome. If you don’t feel like an imposter, you are hiding.
- The biggest impedement we have to our own progress, is the story we tell ourselves, that we talk ourselves out of generous leadership.
- And more!
So give this podcast a listen, it is well worth it, especially for those of us wanting to live courageously, and wanting to add our value to the world through what we do, fully and wholeheartedly.