Happy Monday shredders! I'm happy you made it through the weekend and are here to start off your day. Nelson Mandela said "There is no passion to be found playing small - in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living." The trappings of the world can become overpowering. That job you got up for this morning isn't quite your favorite. Maybe you'd like to learn how to paint but you've convinced yourself that you don't have any artistic ability. You could have a trick in mind that seems to scary. A true shredders ultimate terror is to dwell in the safety of inaction. Begin the start of this week as a force of action. Reflect on the difficult challenges that you know deep inside you wish to overcome. Does homelessness bother you? Is the unbalanced scales of money and power sending anger down your spine? Don't let the thought "what can one person do?" stop you from fighting your grueling battle. Nelson Mandela ended apartheid. Jonas Salk invented the polio vaccine. Elon Musk created a marketable electric car and created a reusable rocket engine. Hellen Keller was an advocate through deafness and blindness. What i'm trying to reiterate through these examples is that no task, dream, or idea is too big to tackle. Although each of these idea's were not done by one person the thought did manifest in each of them. You have the same power and ability inside you to go after whatever you please. Apathy is your biggest enemy. Well up the power inside you to face your biggest adversaries. The life you want is right outside your door.
You can do it. We are pulling for you.
Peace Love and Shred