Do You Realize How Awesome You Are?

How unbelievably awesome you are?

We’ve been watching you for some time now, and we’re quite impressed. The way you make your heart beat 100,000 times a day, pumping trillions of blood cells through your body, delivering nutrients and cleaning debris from your system, and all that without even thinking about it! That’s especially impressive, given that you’re doing it while spinning on an orb that’s rotating at a thousand miles an hour while flying around the sun at 66,000 miles an hour, all while standing on two legs without falling! We’ve noticed most other creatures on your planet need at least four to get around.

And look at those wacky hands of yours, with that opposing thumb! How do you get all 27 of those bones to wiggle around cooperatively like that? I guess it’s some amazing combination of the light hitting your retinas and being transformed into images by the 100 billion neurons in your brain so that it can then make split-second muscular adjustments and decisions about what you choose to DO with them. I’m sure you’ll do something pretty amazing with them, because you’reĀ  unbelievably awesome even when you’re just sitting still. Imagine how much MORE awesome you’ll be when you spring into action with the ideas in that brain. You’re AMAZING.

About Ian

Ian is a media consultant, writer, musician, and budding public speaker with an eye on being the next Ellen. Ian's interest in helping others find success and happiness stems from his experience with events planning and media consulting with organizations like and the Kenya/US NGO Amara Conservation from 2000-2008, which taught him how little we all know about what we're really doing. From 2008 until April of 2011, Ian wrote for and maintained the site Ian learned long ago that the journey to success may take occasional detours, and often eschews the road map in favor of taking in life's scenery. His first business venture was a small telecom company in the late 1980's, but subsequent ventures included pursuing a pop music career, screenwriting, and the foodservice and retail employment that often follows such pursuits. After struggling with addiction for years, Ian is happily embracing recovery and the clarity it brings.