I always enjoy good catchphrases, words to live by, new perspectives on just about anything relating to everything and nothing in particular. It’s fun and it can open your mind or someone else’s to a palette of opportunities one may have normally overlooked.
So, here are some for you to ponder.
“Repetition is a form of change.” (Brian Eno, Oblique Strategies)
“You can only wing it if you have the skills to fly.” (Anthony De Longis)
“You can eat any mushroom once.” (Pavel Tsatsouline‘s father)
“We are born perfect, then we screw it up.” (Me)
“It never ceases to amaze me how small five pound chrome dumbbells are used by personal trainers on individuals that actually carry suitcases that weigh thirty-five and forty-five pounds.” (Gray Cook, Balance Body Series)
Just these few should be able to jiggle your grey matter or give you something to talk about over the various holiday parties you will be enjoying over the next 6 weeks. Beats talking about Jim in accounting, the non-working Xerox machine, the taste of the coffee in the break room. If the boss is drunk though, then that’s a better topic!
Have a great Thanksgiving, y’all!