I define myself by what I make, not what I like.
It’s generally better to like things than to dislike things.
I won’t back down from a challenge because I don’t know how to do it. I’ll just roll up my sleeves, get to work, and figure it out.
I am a better, kinder, more patient person when I take the time to care for my health.
I value hobbies and jobs that help me become better in some way. I focus on work that I enjoy, because it feels more like playtime than work, which means I’ll do it with more energy and be more successful.
It’s better to be honest with myself and others and learn from a mistake than to hide or rationalize failures.