We love to celebrate stories like the one about the yo-yo master.
We’d like to believe that we could persevere against adversity and rejection to one day be the one on the stage being recognized and rewarded for fully expressing ourselves.
We’d like to believe that we could succeed in our journey from where we are now to some much greater place.
So why are people such judgmental jerks when they encounter people on their journey?
Is that what you hope for yourself on your journey?
Is that how you react when you encounter someone who aspires to be a master but isn't....yet?
Maybe that’s why you don’t attempt mastery…maybe fearing that other people will be as mean to you as you are to them prevents you from going after your own dream.
School teaches kids to be dream bullies, but we can transcend our fears.
The Vaikido Hero Unschool
Unschool – to unhabituate from behaviors, beliefs, and paradigms that prevent prosperity in the connection economy.
Heroic Contribution – An approach to career and business building that builds and attracts a loyal following.