“Make Stuff Happen. Go.” – Seth Godin
I am a huge fan of Seth Godin. As an entrepreneur and out-of-the-box thinker, his concepts are exciting and provocative.
As a relationship therapist, his concepts are exciting and provocative.
His ideas push us to live more fully in that place that feels a bit scary, naked,vulnerable, and totally alive. Seth godes us on to make a ruckus. Be remarkable. Stand out. His motto, “Make stuff happen. Go.”
It is 3am and I am awake flooded with energy for my move into a new office space tomorrow…or rather, today. This past month, I have been stepping out into a number of new business ventures simultaneously. The raw excitement laced with trepidation is a source of great vitality for me. It is a strong indicator that I am on the right path.
If I have learned anything so far in this life, it is that extraordinary outcomes rarely come from ordinary choices. If you want something extraordinary in your life, in your relationships, in your work — you must be willing to put in something extraordinary. Extraordinary takes courage. It takes a willingness to fail. And fail we do but the goal is not to get it right, but to give it our all.
If your life doesn’t feel extraordinary, where are you holding back. Where are you unwilling to make that ruckus? If you want that to change, call me. I am your ruckus advocate!
Jenny Glick, MA, MSC, LMFT is a licensed marriage & family therapist and relationship consultant in Denver, Colorado. She is a contemporary therapist engaging actively with her clients to invite transformational ways of engaging in life. Online, in-office, and walk-in-the-park options available. Book now and let the ruckus begin!