We are taught by society to compare ourselves with other people. Even though we’re all supposed to be “unique and different, we’re really not. After all, we’re measured on our weight as a baby (compared to all other babies), our grades as a student (compared with our class ranking), and the amount of money we make and have (thus defining us as successful)!
Well, let’s challenge that a bit. Sometimes we need a reminder to forget about what everyone else is doing and focus on what we’re doing and why we’re doing it.
Join me today for a bit of a pep talk. I hope you find it encouraging. I was encouraged as I created the show.
Here are the influences on today’s show:
- Farnoosh Toorabi’s new podcast.
- This chapter in Richard Feynman’s book: “The Chief Research Chemist of the Metaplast Corporation.
- Gary North’s publication today of his free new book “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics.”