At War with Yourself: Notes on self-competition

At War with yourself,.. The only competition is self-competition. Everything that happens is a direct consequence of our own actions and competing, with small wins and losses, with ourselves along the way. Einstein said, “Perception is our most powerful tool” and he was right. If you believe in these 2 statements, you will change things in a positive way for yourself and those around you. Posturing and anger never solved anything except in the world of Art, meaning it was backed by a statement, however abstract. Hopefully, that just changed your perception of art. Independent thought will solve tomorrow’s problems, not prescribed knowledge (that’s a tool to independent thought). Moving on,.. What do we want from our leaders? How about: Decisiveness, Responsiveness, and Honesty. I think that is pretty good. So who is the leader in our world of self-competition, you are. Be what you expect a leader to be and you will change things in a positive way for yourself and those around you. If this message bothers you in any way, don’t worry about me; I’m only competing with myself

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About gatsbygreenlight

I am an natural economist, artist, musician, songwriter and a supporter of the planet and sustainable living. I am the author of Annalee and the Forever Smile, a Harry Potter of Sustainability and Little House on the Prairie for this generation. Annalee is a multi-novel, multi-film franchise in the YA sci-fi fantasy genre. I am a musician and songwriter with Gatsby's Green Light and as a soloist and have released over 10 albums. More info at www.kencoulson.com. I promote tangible trillion dollar markets in Sustainability at www.futurebrightllc.com. Promoting Love, Compassion and Intelligence.

Posted on April 15, 2011, in Artist Communities, Gatsby's Green Light, General Philosophy, Sonic Bomb, Sustainability, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Love this one

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