Don’t do anything you can’t do well

“Don’t do anything you can’t do well” — Signed by Marlee Matlin in “Children of a Lesser God”.
That’s an attitude that’s easy to catch! It reminds me of my mom saying: “Anything worth doing is worth doing well,” My mom’s saying was barely right, and the first is almost right.

Think about it: ‘almost right’ really means ‘wrong.’ And here’s why, even if you can’t do it well, if you can do it at all, there are some things that you just cant avoid. And if you are looking for excuses, that seems like a pretty good one. But it’s really just a cover-up for fear. There are lots of ways to detect immobilizing fear — there’s always an excuse, a cover-up to real action. That’s just one example of when a problem is a problem: when it keeps you from doing what you need to do to be, to do, or to have.

Well, there are lots of things I don’t do well, but just gotta. — Taxes, advertising, paying the rent. It just catches up after you sooner or later, and you do whatever you need to do. Until you can do the things you do well enough to be able to pay someone else to do it.

So here it is: you gotta do, what you gotta do. You know what they are. And if you don’t do the things you know you need to do, then you have a problem. Deal with it. Get Hypnotheraputic help, its the fastest, easiest, most effective way to get a new perspective on your own life.

One Comment

  1. monica
    Posted February 29, 2008 at 7:28 am | Permalink

    we can learn a lot by our mistakes , so dont fear dont wrong things. i wellcome change with joy and eagerness.i dare to be myself.

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