When copy loves itself too much
Jason Fox

“So it’s often tempting (and sometimes rewarding) to listen to our gut and forget everything else.” It’s overconfidence and grandeur if our gut is forgetting everything else. It’s a humbling realization that you can’t make or describe something better it can be, and that it’s time to put away the smoke and mirrors left out by the ego.

There’s a subtle but huge difference between expecting what we can accomplish versus what there is to accomplish. (This could relate to the medical dynamic of irregularity and hemorroids, but I digress, badly). Sometimes my gut says to chew on something for a while, and half the time I waste an hour or two. It’s gratifying though, when a subtle hint becomes accessible and something rewarding to many.

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