Mark Twain once wrote: "I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, most of which never happened."
Smart guy, Mark. His dry-humor analysis of the way we take ourselves too seriously, worrying trivial warts until they turn cancerous, eating away our sensitivity to surrounding wonders and our natural zest for life sounded a klaxon-call to me. As a result, my common everyday working stuff is driven by two firm beliefs: 1) that we should never take ourselves too seriously; and 2) that everybody needs inspiration to make it through each day's imagined threats and foibles. Tell me what you think by reading My Best Work is Done at the Office
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