Rule #62. The sharp tool cuts best. Abraham Lincoln supposedly said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I shall spend the first four sharpening the axe.” The attribution doesn’t seem to hold weight, but the sentiment does; when it comes to cutting, the sharp tool does the best work. I always carry a pocket knife on… Read more »
Rule #37. Be Yourself.
It sounds cliche, I know. You’ve heard it before (or read it on a cat poster).
Except I don’t mean be who you currently are, I mean be the real you, the version of yourself that you really want to be.
Read on to find out how.
Rule #32. Go it alone.
While there is great value in good companionship, there is also great value in solitude.
Are you prepared to embrace it?
Rule #28. Trust your gut.
Your intuition can lead you where you need to go and keep you out of harms way.
Leave the place better than you found it.
There’s only one way to make the world a better place, and that’s if we all pitch in.
Rule #25. Life isn’t a yes or no question, and you are not binary. This week’s rule digs into the crux of Intrepid Daily. The whole idea of this blog has been founded on the notion that we always have choices, options, and possibilities. Some of them won’t work out, and those setbacks have the potential to make us feel as… Read more »