There usually isn’t one. For the most part, the problem is the opposite: not enough people think enough.
A friend and I are working on a project. As part of the project he told me the story of how he took a very big risk. A type of risk which had cost many people their lives. What were you thinking at the time? I asked him. Weren’t you scared? You didn’t even know what exactly was on the other side?
“I wasn’t thinking. I pushed all thoughts aside, ran for my life and didn’t look back,” he told me.
The subject of grit has been popping up all over the place; from the mouth of the deejay, in the morning paper, spelled out in the whip cream on my latte, on the stop sign.
I think there is a time to think- a time to make some decisions- and after that, it’s time to double...Read More