Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Note To Self: Whenever You're Disappointed With Markets

Pickle-and-Bag

Dear Self,

Whenever you are feeling miserable about your market experience, it's not you. The right person did not walk in.

Don't disregard the compliments your friends and admirers offer. That little support will lift you at low moments like these.

If you heard something you did not want to hear, don't fret and fuel it with anger. Have your chocolate and chips binge, dust your elbows, then come back with a 'boo-yah, suckers'.

Remember that you can easily make average-looking things that cost you no effort -- oh, so easily -- and you know that. But you won't. Because you don't wish to make average-looking things that can be found in an average store.

Keep doing what makes you you. That's all that matters.

Warmest Regards,
Your Self

4 comments:

  1. :((( I saw your tweet... Some people only know how to criticise, but they themselves cannot do what you do, and they know that too. Definitely continue to do what makes you YOU.
    If we wanted to make and sell average things, we might as well purchase factory stock and simply resell, but that would not be who we are.

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  2. You are great at what you do. Keep reminding yourself of that! :)

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  3. What's the opinion of someone rude enough to make a comment loud enough to be heard worth anyway? Sounds like a very frustrated person to me...

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  4. I think this isn't just great advice for markets - but life in general! You are awesome, keep it up xoxox

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