“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” – Brian Thomas Littrell
Aiming high and shooting for the stars (and beyond) when it comes to your dreams is important. It gives you hope, encourages inspiration and builds confidence.
However, it’s what you do once you’ve aimed for the bullseye and shot that arrow that really counts.
Does the fate of your happiness depend on you “making the shot”? Or do you feel that regardless of what happens, it’s a chance to learn and continue to grow?
In this 8-minute video, Brian Johnson, author of Philosopher’s Notes, is back again to explain the difference between positive and negative perfectionism and how, as always, a positive and unattached outlook on life is the one that reaps the greatest rewards.
We love Brian’s videos – he always manages to simplify the most common, yet complex emotional issues, while making the solution easy to grasp. What do you think of his video? Please share your thoughts below and continue to spread his empowering message of positivity with your friends.