Life Design Action: Order new Lego
Requires: Personal responsibility. Intelligence. Creativity.
Does not require: the same Lego brick you’ve been using until now.
If you give a kid a some Lego and say, “build me a house”, the child will (probably) build you a house. If you took the same child and the same Lego and said, “build me a different house”, the child would probably manage that too. If you then repeated this again and again, eventually the child would run out of variations in what they could build. They will become limited by their Lego.
Life Design Action: Intuitive Rule Breaking
Requires: Your intuition, a sense of personal leadership, acute risk-awareness and rules.
Does not require: A computer that says no.
Life Design Action: Break Your Groove Grr
Requires: A Groove Marathon (see below the below bit)
Does not require: 1960s flower power.
(Why is it that sometimes Doing What You Should Do is so easy? And why is it that other times Doing What You Know You Should Do is so hard? Sometimes you are frolicking and splashing in a beautiful pool of chlorinated Doingness shouting “woo-hoo! I’m doing it!”, then other times you are sitting on the edge of the pool wishing you could jump in yet are glued to the side getting goose-bumps. What is this annoying Not Doing What We Want To thing? And how can we break it?)
Life Design Action: Invent an International *Something* Day.
Requires: you and the Thing
Does not require: excuses or stories of any kind.
So, let’s us face some facts. Ready?
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