Monday, October 19, 2009

Life advice

I loved this post from Ben Casnocha that I had to share. A friend had asked a former prof for advice, and this is what he responded:

Don't think too much and don't worry (advice from someone who did too much of both). Dewey has a lot to say about being on the road. The most important thing is to give up the idea that the end is already fixed. It is happening in real time. Be in what you are doing, and always remain open -- there are opportunities that will be created that don't even exist yet. Just be there. They'll come.

1 comment:

  1. That's a great quote. Just BE in the moment and really experience life as it happens in real time, not thinking about yesterday or tomorrow-- just the here and now.

    Teri Daniel