I believe my only job is to try to be the best me that I can be. To be authentic. To know myself. To keep chipping away the marble, revealing more and more of what’s inside. To keep listening to my inner voice and learning what’s true and important for me and what simply doesn’t matter. This, to me, is being a super human.
Weekly inspirational thoughts from our founder and chief imagination officer, Mark Henson.
“You went to a movie alone? That’s just sad,” my brother told me on the phone on my way home from the theater. He lives a thousand miles away from me, but even if he lived in my basement he wouldn’t have gone with me, either. Then again, he doesn’t make a living talking about superpowers like I do.
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I’ve discovered two magic words that begin to correct most of the stupid things I do. Sadly, it seems like very few people know what they are.
I put up with foot pain for at least 5 years before finally having surgery. Looking back, it seems a little ridiculous, but an important lesson to learn.
I deleted my Twitter account. Instagram, too. And, yes, even Facebook and Messenger. Here’s why…
I know I’ve said some stupid stuff in my life, and I’m grateful for the people who have called me out on it. I’m even more grateful for the ones who have done it with compassion.
“Hustle at all cost” has been a dangerous message for me.
It’s amazing how we can overlook even the things that inspire us the most.