The Most Difficult Risk

Our lives improve only when we take chances and the first and most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves.

Walter Anderson

"Reflection in a Pool"by Walter Anderson
“Reflection in a Pool”
by Walter Anderson

This honesty is not a heavy chore, not a psychological therapy; but a delightful and liberating self exploration.

Embracing the opportunity to let go of ideas, concepts and habits that we outgrew, that do not serve us anymore.

This sounds very theoretical, but it is highly practical when we streamline your digital life; from ‘how do you treat emails’ to ‘how do you decide what is your next action’.

Being in the company of same-minded people is a catalyst for reclaiming and nurturing our inherent joy and productivity.

There are strong tendencies, strong habits inside that want to keep us in the grooves of our old familiarities.

It might take diligence and dedication to adjust the way you operate, but it is a worthwhile long-term investment:

For example, I remember that I had carpal tunnel syndrome-symptom, and for some time it was very confusing, frustrating and hard to learn using my left hand for the computer mouse. Now my hands feel great.

The same goes for mental habits and the care we invest into them.

Send a message to
I consent to having this website store my submitted information so they can respond to my inquiry. See our privacy policy to learn more how we use data.
Write a public comment

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply