Years ago, I heard about a neighborhood club of the backyard variety created and run entirely by the children themselves, who had just three rules:
1. Don’t act big.
2. Don’t act small.
3. Be medium.
Thayer Cheatham Willis
Practice: Notice when you puff up or shrink down. Try to identify what has you acting bigger or smaller than you are: It’s typically a sign of trouble.
Fortunately, the trouble is rarely in the present.
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