My brother, father and I built model railroads many years ago, and I could only dream of being able to do it with “grown-up money”. Much of my mechanical mind springs from there, and the video is equally inspiring to both me, and the ever-present 10-year-old still alive in my heart.
Do you love this thing enough to not do it right now? Some people want to say, “I love it so much, I’m going to do it right now, no matter what! I’ve got to do this because I’m so passionate about it.” That’s easy! I’m asking the hard questions here. Do you love it enough to not do it right now? If now is not the right time, do you love it enough to set the foundation first? → Listen HereThe Overlap Technique, or: “Here’s the door— Take a letterpress coaster on your way out.”
"Someone with Developmental Courage values learning more than comfort. That means they are willing to risk public failure, deep frustration, and the repeated hopelessness of being at wit's end all in the name of building new skills, awareness or knowledge."Kirk Millhone, Sr. Director, Retail Training and Development, Apple Computer