Michael Trotta, you continue to amaze (and amuse) me! I love the light up reclaimed wood mountain sculpture! And I love the reminder to take human bites. In my great grandmother's house the expression was "your eyes are bigger than your belly" when we loaded up too much food on our plates. Same idea. Take it slow, bite sized chunks. How to eat at Thanksgiving or how to build a business. Thanks!
Thank you Pat. We you to get the "Your eyes are bigger than..." too at just about anything we did in excess. And now the I think of it, I know I heard a few times when talking about things I hope to do or wanted to create as well. Its funny (not really) how little phrase like that, meant to take care of us, can also be used to keep us small. Its a fine line sometimes, ya know. I'm now wondering if you and anyone reading this has ever head such turn of phrase as a way to keep you from being your fullest self. There's a topic for another video. Thanks again Pat. I always appreciated the interactions.
No timeline...sigh. Lord knows I need more of that in my life. Also - I love the lighting on the mountain art. Gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Heidi. I'm not sure I would go as far as say NO timeline. More like... some things simply have their own timeline and keeping things in acheiveable bite size pieces is the best way I know to work with it all.
I get where you're coming from.
I make videos about the things I and the people I serve, need to hear.