Break it and you buy it: No thanks

  Sometimes when you break something in a store, then they make you pay for it.  I remember hearing something similar when Colin Powell noted the Pottery Barn rule of “you break it, you bought it.” Although, the phrase goes further back than Pottery Barn, supposedly. The phrase “If you break it, you’ve bought it” was reportedly first […]

Becoming unstuck

Rooted in place Mired in mud Longing to push out Pulling onself up Becoming unstuck is the stuff dreams are made of Run away fast But run towards something Don’t runaway from Set the goalpost Create friction and forward force Becoming unstuck needs to be deliberate And deliberated […]