"It's more fun to be a pirate than it is to join the Navy."
"It's more fun to be a pirate than it is to join the Navy." Yeah, pirates do not live with regret. The smallest word, 3 letters, can be the basis of your biggest regrets in life: 'NOT'
What have you NOT done or NOT attempted, because of your personal paradigms or worse, fear and doubt? You want to go back to school? (my mother did at 53 years old and thrived in a 2nd career in her 60's). Want to go to Sturgis during 'Bike Week' (checked that box 3 times, see photo!).
There can be amazing rewards when you leave the pack to explore what 'could be'. Your personal frame and doubt can hold you back, questioning the benefits vs the risk/reward of stretching.
If you haven't read this yet, check out this quick read on doubt and frames: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/doubt-kills-more-dreams-than-failure-ever-mike-mcnamara-1/?trackingId=4cbhot%2FZWtjz19d56LUoSA%3D%3D
Photo: Sturgis: Black Hills Motorcycle Rally
#fbf 1984 pirate quote: Steve Jobs