Comprise: (v) to consist of; be made up of
I have wanted to contact “me” for some time to discuss us.
Sometimes I’m embarrassed to put too much focus on our struggles or our goals, but it has come to my attention that both me and I need to sit down (or stand up, for that matter) and decide what the hell we’re doing.
I like our conversations, because I don’t have to be too gentle with me. After all, we share a space. I am the thinker and me is more or less the doer.
I just feel it’s time to stop doing so much and pause for a thought. For I will tell me this–life is racing quickly by, and soon, or definitely later, it will be over. At that point, all that I have thought and all that me has done will come to a completion, and will be up for review.
What do we want this journey to be comprised of, and determine who we are?
I had some thoughts. I think the good news is that these are ideas that I really believe me can implement with ease.
I do not feel we are going to be able to represent ourselves well unless we show up every day with good cheer. It just seems to I that any other profile is too negative or too suspicious.
I think it’s a good idea for us to be a little vulnerable, making it clear to the world around us that we don’t have all the answers, but find ourselves in a “willing to learn” position.
May I also suggest, as we comprise our future, that we show up with talent instead of excuses, and a work ethic rather than procrastination?
And we should have just enough optimism to prevent us from being the classic naysayer.
And finally, I suggest that we question everything we learned as children, and be very prepared to put away childish things.
I would like to thank me for listening. I know me is always very busy and sometimes forget that I is here.
Subscribe to Jonathan’s Weekly Podcast
Good News and Better News