“At some point, you have to commit to a course of action.” Kim Scott

“It’s hard to fire your peers. Listen, Challenge, Commit. At some point, you have to commit to a course of action. Hopefully, you build the kind of relationships where sometimes it’s your way and sometimes it’s theirs. You can’t argue endlessly or work and life becomes impossible.” – Kim Scott

Listen to the podcast: How to Be Radically Candid: Q&A with Kim Scott, Part 2 with Stever Robbins, Get-It-Done Guy

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"Being careful is not as much fun as being friends" Russell Hoban

Feeling all the mischief and play in my friendships and family after the fun weekend and month of May. “‘Being careful is not as much fun as being friends,’ said Frances. ‘Do you want to be careful, or do you want to be friends?’” from A Bargain for Frances, Russell Hoban There’s this weird sense of visiting versions of ourself when we’re in different circles and friends. Each with their own experiences of us. I love this idea that being our underlying self equals being less careful. Read more in ‘Do You Want to Be Careful, or Do You Want ... Read more

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Sharon Salzberg on the Stories We Tell Ourselves

“Teaching in Washington DC, one year a friend was determined to tame to the basin and it was cherry blossom season. I just thought it was so exquisitely beautiful, all those beautiful cherry trees, those delicate pink blossoms. Then my friend says ‘Oh no, it’s past the peak.’ and I thought 'Now I’m having a bad experience.n This isn’t good enough. It’s past the peak. I was perfectly happy before. And now my experience is not good enough" Sharon Salzberg Listen to The Upgrade Podcast How to Find Real Love with Sharon Salzberg

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