Put Your Name On It

○ ○ ○You never tell a woman who carried her baby, those twins, triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets, sextuplets, septuplets, octuplets or nonuplets (oh yeah, real stuff), to be ashamed of herself

for not only getting pregnant, but subjecting herself to nine laborious months. Plus labor and

everything afterwards. That is bad form. Yet so many have been brainwashed into fading

away, accepting mediocrity, or spending so much time on an object of their emotional,

artistic labor, only to have the courage to take it to the next level, dare  greatly, and

give this thankless, yet famished world its needed dose of inspiration beaten out of

them. The message being: Don't ever dare to be proud of your work. Eventhough

the United Nations 3 Core Competencies includes a thorough rebuttal of that.

Wherever you're hoping your dreams take you,  Dr. Steve  Maraboli correctly

reminds you and I (dear faithful reader and positive thinker) to “Let go of

the people who dull your shine, poison your spirit and bring you drama.

Cancel your subscription to their issues.”  Like a Rolls-Royce,  proudly

wear your badge, brand, name or logo, if that inspires you as you

prepare to take on the next big thing. Give credit & positively

reach out to artists who inspire you. But as Pythagoras said:

“Rest satisfied with doing well and leave others to talk of

you as they please.”  Evidence that people who have

such time on their hands take more from the world

and their communities, than they give, is legion.

“We expect authors, painters and singers to id—

entify themselves...sign the work they do.

And surgeons & lawyers as well. If you're

not proud of it, don't ship it. [But,] if

you are, [then] sign your work and

own the results. [That way,] we

will know who to thank” says

Seth Godin. Because that

dream, project or blog

that took you over a

year or months to

finish,  matters

to your niche


that. And

you'll be


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