T > FTT
Just do the math. Can’t argue with math, right?
T>FTT is the math equation that I have temporarily tattooed on my left thumb as of 12:34 pm in 3/9/17. The equation was postulated by the math wiz ME recently as a reminder to myself for upcoming life.
It conclusively proves that Trying (T) – regardless of outcome- is always greater than Failing To Try (FTT). It’s just math, man.
And, if you haven’t seen me write about The Law of Attraction yet, you will. In short: It’s A Thing. Always works in you. Don’t care if you believe it or not.
Back to today. I’m at Panera learning to be a blog writer by writing blog posts. My tablet batteries died from the furious effort I am putting in. Or because I didn’t get plug it in. One or the other.
So took a break and one of my favorite songs came on. “Remember This” by NF. If you like hip hop and don’t know NF, fix that. Today. Best description I have is that it’s like the fury of old Eminem that doesn’t really cuss, and is brilliant.
But check out the lyrics in this screenshot:
My biggest failures in life are knowing I never tried.
I look at the world from a different angle
People change, even Satan used to be an angel
And the big one
Don’t believe what you believe just ‘cause that’s how they raised you.
Did you know that something like 90% of your personality is formed by the time you are 7? Mostly its your definition of who you are, what you can do, and your limitations.
A 7 yr old is telling you what you can and can’t do. My friend’s 7 yr old is a lovely kid but he doesn’t know shit about life. He can’t even reach the top shelf.
So, if you can reach the cookies now, it might be time to re-parent yourself knowing what you know now. What if your entire list of Can’ts is wrong?