Personally over-confident?

Five people in a Chalet lobby
Glacier Chalet staff, possibly 2019.

Personally over-confident?

i’d reframe it as super confident.

So no, not overconfident.

Why?

Each decade creates an enhanced set of small, medium, and large challenges. Challenges you can see coming and challenges you never see coming.

Additionally, the magic of compounding from honing consistently excellent habits is an astonishingly helpful confidence builder.

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If only, at home

Pile of frisbees next to a tree
11 frisbees. Front yard.

What if your yard was big enough that you could throw a frisbee as hard as possible and it would never reach your neighbors yard? Even if you tried 500 times.

What if your priorities were prioritized?

What if they aren’t?

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Perpetually improving?

28-second video: Patched a big crack in the armor.

Perpetually improving, every day, all day?

dad

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Why do you have a home?

8-second video: Set it and forget it.
Flowers
Looks like our Florida home landscape. But it’s Maryland.

Why do you have a home?

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So what?

So what?

What?

What about failing?

So what did you learn from yesterday’s failure?

Bonus question: What will you do differently now knowing what you learned (didn’t know) from yesterday’s failure?

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