How To Be A [Modern] Superhero

Published February 17, 2014 by imagine525

There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. --Ernest Hemingway

Know the difference between what’s right and what’s easy, and choose to do what’s right anyway.
Do the thing that scares you. Stop thinking, just do it.
Have the guts to tell someone the truth when something’s bothering you.
Don’t fear your emotions. Let them in instead of pushing them a way.
Put other’s needs before your own when you can.
Take care of yourself, even when that’s a hard choice to make.
Let it go.
Try your best, even when you honestly don’t know if you’ll succeed. Try anyway. Who knows, you might do something fantastic.
Decide to stop running, and face your fears head-on.
Take a stand on something that means a lot to you. Don’t be afraid to have an opinion.
Don’t discount your successes. Yes, you did that thing. And it was awesome. Be proud.
Stop apologizing for everything.
Fight for what you deserve.
Tell someone…

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