At the beginning of 2020, I took stock.
Now -- I'm taking stock photography. And stock video.
Thrillist just published a great service story about how to score a cheap ticket to some of the hottest Broadway shows over the cold winter.
When you're at the Thrillist website, be sure to take a look at the SIX photo credit. 😊
And speaking of Broadway...check out my latest #shorts video clips at my YouTube channel RockinWorks Creative. I highlight how to enjoy a Broadway show and a delish meal in the Theatre District. More of these types of videos coming soon! #BroadwayIsOpen
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I learned a new term today: kind candor.
I thought it might be the same as constructive criticism, but I wasn't sure, so I posed that question in the chat during Gary Vaynerchuk's first "Tea With GaryVee" of 2022 (yay! it's back!) as he spoke about kind candor with his final guest.
He stopped his interview momentarily to scoop out my question and discuss. He explained why there is indeed an important distinction.
So, have YOU ever practiced kind candor?
With people at work? With friends? With family?
If so, how did you proceed?
And, er…how did it go? 😬
You can watch Gary’s thoughtful response to my question in this short video clip below. 👇
(For the full AWESOME episode, visit Gary Vee on YouTube and check out "Tea with GaryVee is BACK for 2022! | Ep 58")
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The mantra of many coaches, mentors, teachers, and self-help gurus is to "think big." Have big dreams. Have big goals. Have big ideas.
I'm not against this. It's natural to want to work towards a bigger goal. But I am now of the mind that once you land on whatever that goal is, it's good to set it aside and just kind of check in on it every once in a while to consider how you're feeling about it.
Has anything changed?
For me, the end goal, whatever it is, has become far less important than it used to be. Given how the world -- or God, or the universe, or whatever -- clearly has other plans for how things are going to go, better to instead view big goals as placeholders, giving myself permission to make adjustments to my goals as I navigate life's twists and turns.
In the meantime, it's going to be the small steps, the small actions taken every day that bring a sense of purpose, adventure, and mystery.
And, maybe, they will also happen bring me to an ultimate goal.
So, in 2022, I resolve to think small. To take one small, meaningful action every day that feels good. The options for small actions are simple and endless...
And I resolve to reflect on these small actions, both in the moment and down the road, to assess how all of these steps add up in their own circuitous way. To acknowledge the growth.
Small is the new big for me. Will it be the same for you, too?
💚Wishing you many small, fulfilling thoughts and actions in 2022 and beyond.💚
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