Apr 16, 2018
Inspired by this post from Seth Godin… Michael expands it out on today’s podcast: “What is and what might be: They have much less in common than you might expect. The key step in creating a better future is insisting that it not be based on the assumptions, grievances and dead ends of the past. The future won’t be perfect. We won’t be perfect. But we can be kind. We can listen. We can give opportunity the benefit of the doubt. The future won’t always work. We won’t always succeed. But we can be alert and seek out the possible instead of the predicted. The future won’t always be fair. But we can try. We can care. We can choose to connect. It can be better if we let it.”
Seth Godin’s work centers around business, self help, and thinking clearer. Michael expands on Seth’s blog post by sharing an email he recently received from a disgruntled man who does not appreciate where Michael now lives – Vietnam. Michael’s main point? Assumptions, grievances and dead ends of the past should not be pushed on other people. You have a choice: Use past and present experiences to make yourself better and make your life better? Or let those experiences cripple you?
Embracing the moment of now is where the mind wants to be. Worrying about the past or future brings the mind down. Michael ends with another blog post from Seth Godin and an example of a client who is frustrated with his two months of trend following trading.
In this episode of Trend Following Radio:
Experiencing life outside the U.S.