Trinity of Self – Rules to Squirrel By


As part of the trinity of self, we’ll discuss our everyday self, ‘Squirrel’ and the Rules to Squirrel by …

  1. Put your best paw forward
    Only half baking whatever it is you are doing will provide you with regret. Do the best you can with whatever you do even if failure is imminent
  2. Manage your expectations for what you want for today
    Don’t just aimlessly go through the motions, know of at least one thing you want to achieve for the day. Is it an hour of studying a new topic or language? Going to the gym, learning to cook something you haven’t done before, taking up meditation or turning off all your devices for 20 minutes and learning to meditate. It’s up to you.
  3. Set aside your ego when talking with Pickles or Bonkers
    In Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche, one of the points is that you should take in and weigh compliments as equally as you would criticisms. If you do something good or bad, acknowledge it and ensure you have learned all that you can from it. Note that sometimes someone will deliberately attack you because they can, don’t feed the trolls.

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