Over the last few weeks I saw this article reposted over and over both by folks in the film industry and outside of it. The reposts often carried captions from Facebook users like “Yep!” or “This is exactly my problem”. Oh shit. Did I miss something? Maybe the Huffington Post and half of Facebook saw something I didn’t. I needed to know more. So I read the article. I read it numerous times. In the end, I came to my own conclusion…
The Huffington Post has no idea what the fuck it’s talking about.
I don’t know about the rest of you but I’ve grown exhausted with the horseshit, hater culture that online, millennial ‘journalists’ use to click-bait their way to some sort of self-perceived intellectual high ground. Hate first. Don’t bother asking questions later.
Which are you? The lift or the drag force on people around you?
You might not actually know, so pay attention today to how you interact with everyone. For some, you might be positive, but for others you might be negative. See if you can find it in you to provide lift instead.
Be the force that lifts everyone around you.
„Are You a Lift or Drag Force?“ | zenhabits
Ich mag es ja sehr, mich mit sozialen Fragen auseinanderzusetzen. Immerhin entscheidet die soziale Bildung und Bereitschaft, wie gut es den Menschen um einen herum geht. Also lasst uns mal darüber nachdenken, ob und wann wir Menschen hoch- oder runterziehen.
In the real world, Nobel prizes and Broadway roles and the senior VP job go to people who have figured out how to care, how to show up, how to be open to new experiences. Our culture is built around connection and charisma and learning and the ability to not quit in precisely the right moments.
But that’s not easy to sort for in school, so we take a shortcut and resort to trivial measures instead.
What if we celebrated the students who regularly try the hardest, help each other the most and lead?
Art is not about decadence, hipness or living life on the edge, art is about pushing your mind as far as it will go and then to observe what is on the other side. Art is about following curiosity across the realm of the night until you find the dawn.
We’re tired not so much from work but from not being able to sleep because of thinking about work.