“A man begins cutting his wisdom teeth the first time he bites off more than he can chew.”
-Herb Caen, 20th-century San Francisco Journalist
What are some of the physical signs you experience when you take on a new challenge, go outside your comfort zone, and bite off more than you can chew?
Is it butterflies in your stomach? Cold sweats, a pounding heart, or a general feeling of fear and foreboding?
What do you do when you have these feelings?
Herb Caen suggest we embrace the lessons and accompanying wisdom provided by the circumstances, rather than retreating.
Where in your personal or professional worlds can you start taking bigger bites out of life’s apple to capture even more nuggets of wisdom?