#26 FMF: There’s No Such Thing As Reinvention

#26 FMF: There’s No Such Thing As Reinvention

In this episode, Jeff Boss shares the truth about why the concept of reinvention does not exist and how life circumstances afford us the opportunity to uncover what was already there to begin with.

FMF: There’s No Such Thing As Reinvention.

 

Episode 26: Show Notes.

 

The whole concept of reinvention is an honorable thought and the intention behind it is nothing but positive. But the fact is, reinvention does not exist. It doesn’t exist because invention doesn’t exist. Nobody suddenly creates something that did not previously exist. You do not wake up one day and suddenly have something new. You do not suddenly have a super human trait of courage, honesty, candor, or humility that did not exist before. What does happen is that you find the opportunity to unearth what was already there. It might not have been exercised, but it was still there. You excavate what was already lying dormant below the surface all this time, and you do so because the environment has given you the opportunity to excavate it. Often times we do not invent a new way of thinking; we simply test what is already there, which is a willingness to be different.

 

Key Points From This Episode:

* Understand why the concept of reinvention, although honorable, does not exist.

* Find out why an previously existing trait is required for reinvention to occur.

* Learn what it means to excavate something that was already lying dormant within you.

* Discover why life circumstances bring opportunity to unearth what is already there to begin with.

Transcript

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