Or at least not completely self-implode
Inspiring story Jason. I'm glad you shared it... I don't think enough people realize the amount of work and dedication that is required (over a long period of time), to become as successful as you have been. The fact you continue to push your limits and challenge yourself to unlock new levels of potential is the real lesson... the climb never ends, in fact the challenges become even more daunting. You handled it very well! Glad to hear Kingston is doing better!
I’m one of those people who wants everything to be perfect before I can do my work. I imagine really successful people have ideal conditions - a quiet office, help with the kids, a 2-hour time block. I admit I use it as an excuse for my results. I appreciate this perspective- having the least ideal conditions - and still creating amazing work. Work through the mess. Start small. Work “on the fringe” and piece it together. Thank you for SHOWING us how it’s done.