“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

— Albert Einstein

Everything worth doing is worth doing messy.

Everything worth doing is worth doing messy.

I heard this phrase from Monica Berg, one of my teachers at The Kabbalah Centre.

In a professional network like LinkedIn, that is not an excuse to be messy, careless, or mediocre. But it is an invitation to challenge ourselves and move from comfort to what’s important.

Phrases like “imperfect action,” “action before perfection,” “avoiding analysis paralysis,” and “agility” are trending in blogs, posts, and keywords, and the terms (beyond that, the action behind the words) is needed for sure.

And also, even if we don’t feel like we are there yet, we don’t have all the expertise, credentials, and honestly… confidence and guts to do so: TAKING ACTION.

But as Monica and Michael reminded me, “Everything worth doing is worth doing messy.”

And I hope my thoughts and the knowledge of many people, after being processed and adding my view of the world, would help you, even in the slightest, to bring positive energy and a different perspective in our journey of human becoming.

Have a wonderful night,


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