Over the past few weeks we have explored a way of becoming super that is hinged on allowing our imagination to guide us. The first two steps are more of an internal experience—paying attention and finding affection—and today we will begin to move.
David Sewell McCann points out that “it is the mind that chases possibilities away. It is our rationalizations that shut the door on anything that challenges our small boundaries of what is possible.”
You know in your heart of hearts that you have what it takes to be a superhero. A real one. But, like all superheroes, you need some guidance and so you found this little tutorial.
Being Super is a life long practice—one that involves the head, heart and a lot of courage. Oh, and plenty of crazy too.
Einstein said a lot of things, and much of what he has said has been handsomely crafted into tight shareable memes that offer an inspiring boost to our mornings.
David Sewall McCann suggests that the go-to parenting tip of our time should be speaking to children in a language they understand: the language of stories.