Cape-fitting

The challenge, then, is to have one superpower. All out of balance to the rest of your being. If, over time, you develop more, that’s fine. Begin with one.*
(Seth Godin)

We are all sculptors and painters, and our material his our own flesh and blood and bones.**
(Henry David Thoreau)

We’re not born with superpowers but we can all develop one.

Identify your values, talents and energies.

Notice what moves you from curiosity to concern to commitment.

Explore every day in multiple ways.

Order your cape if you want one, but, remember Edna and never wear one on the job.

The aim is to use our superpowers as much as we can before we run out of days.

(*From Seth Godin’s The Practice.)
(**Henry David Thoreau, quoted in Ryan Holiday’s Stillness is the Key.)

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