Adams wasn't going to live like this. He was a cartoonist, but he was also an engineer, and both fields have a tendency to attract stubborn people who are immune to rejection and who disregard obstacles. To Adams, his voice was just a problem in need of fixing. Years ago, when his career was first getting started, he came to rely on daily affirmations. He decided that in order to manifest his goals, he simply needed to keep repeating them. In 1983, while readying himself for business school, his credo was "I, Scott Adams, will score in the 94th percentile on my GMATs." He scored in the 94th percentile. Five years later, just before selling Dilbert, it was "I, Scott, will become a syndicated cartoonist." Now he constructed a new affirmation, one that played in his head all day, every day: "I, Scott, will speak perfectly."
O problema é: Quais seriam as minhas afirmações?
(I'm like, presently, in a fog...)
Seja como for: interessante.