In fear, losses, and call to 'fritcnocker

Last Update 26 February 2013

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My cousin Nick and I stopped trying to do a little poke-her in the entrance of our grandfather to see where the comment came from …

At the age of 12, I was a formidable model of beauty and cruelty, and I was ready to give my isolation to what-if necessary.

Nick was silently repainting with the same feelings; I saw it in his eyes. Internal plasma fire …

-Hey, man! Now you’ll see-we knock on the door with ours.

we could not say, because we were neither the knowledge of the chemical composition nor the British, nor particularly good in the fighting …

Instead, we took the next best option, which was just to look up and look at the old man who passed us on the banana seat of the banana seat …

Oh, it was just Cleo …

“Man can be human” is a famous figure in River City. Instead of going to work like everybody else, Cleo was riding a bike every day, collecting cans, bottles of beer, and other things that I probably wouldn’t want to know about from the garbage cans and the street …

He has done his whole life with the money that has been converted from these folding containers to other people. Now, even at the age of 12, I saw it as a fairly low level strategy-I probably made more money an hour, wet lawns and picked up dog cocoa from the people’s courts (a dog cocoa was my strategy of differentiation), but Cleo didn’ t care …

Rumor has it that Cleo has his own apartment, which he fully paid out of his daily runaway. He doesn’t have much, but he got …

Ever since I moved to Ames, I’ve become convinced that every city has a human being. Here in Ames, there’s one that I almost ran off with my bike during the second year, trying to avoid a raccoon. However, Cléo is a man who has always been stuck in my mind the most …

Maybe I remember Cleo because of the “apron” incident, but I think it’s another reason. I think it’s because Cleo’s just.Cleo didn’ t care what people thought of him. Every day he went to the adventurers in the city, diving into places where most people weren’t, calling little children aprons, no matter what. Cleo did what he wanted …

Most of us don’t like it. Most of us worry too much about what other people think: expectations, future results of every little decision, anything. We’re worried …

Sometimes it’s good. It’s wise to think about the future, plan ahead and assess what you’re doing …

The problem is that we are going through the wrong things and estimating our lives against the wrong standards. Instead of thinking about our daily decisions from the point of view of how they bring us closer to our goals-things that we really care about-we often just worry about what other people think, or we go with “best practices” and take advice …

What if we decided not to care about what other people think? What if we took a conscious decision to leave the typical advice to the wind and just continue with what we really wanted to do?

Extraordinary things happen.

Unfortunately, this will not happen for most people. And the reason is that we’re losing too much. It is well known that people are more concerned about the loss of something they no longer receive. A man loses more pleasure in losing $100 than the satisfaction that they receive from receiving $100. (This is why free trial periods work so well for selling products).

We were afraid to lose what we have-our money, our jobs, our respect, which we regard as other people for us. Because of this fear, we risk …

Cleo wasn’t too much to lose, so he didn’ t care what was in his normal life. It wasn’t that bad to get to the road …

For those of us who have something to lose, the fear of loss is what we should be working on. However.

So it’s a challenge. Do something that scares you. Let’ s call someone an apron. Be weird. To risk and go against typical tips …

If you lose a bit, so?

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