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304 pages, Paperback
First published August 11, 2015
Find a group to support you, to encourage you, to guilt you into DOING. If you can't find one, start one yourself. Random people enjoy having pancakes.
Make a goal. Then strike down things that are distracting you from that goal, especially video games.
Put the fear of God into yourself. Okay, I'm not religious. Whatever spiritual ideas float your boat. Read some obituaries, watch the first fifteen minutes of Up, I don't care. Just scare yourself good. You have a finite number of toothpaste tubes you will ever consume while on this planet. Make the most of that clean tooth time. For yourself.
If someone’s takeaway from this story is “Felicia Day said don’t study!,” I’ll punch you in the face.
But I am saying don’t chase perfection for perfection’s sake, or for anyone else’s sake at all. (...) if you fail, that will be a better lesson for you than any success you’ll ever have. Because you learn a lot from screwing up. Being perfect . . . not so much.
This book is for you if… you would simpley love to get to know the wonderful Felicia a bit better.
‘If you strive for something, make sure it’s for the right reasons. And if you fail, that will be a better lesson for you than any success you’ll ever have. Because you learn a lot from screwing up. Being perfect . . . not so much.’
On average, a random person on the street won't know my work, but there are certain places where I'm a superstar, like San Diego Comic-Con, and... other places like San Diego Comic-Con.