It’s a constant struggle, no? Everyone wants to play. Dirty Good Company likes to play in the dirt: on two feet or two wheels, on surf boards and yoga mats. Outdoor activity and simply letting go and having fun is an essential part of human experience.
We've planted ourselves, we've uprooted ourselves, we've embarked on humble adventures, done some big races, dealt with injury, pursued more knowledge and continue to explore where we fit and what we're meant to do.
Fear is good. Failure is necessary. I could end this post here and just hope you, the reader, accept that as fact, but most of us have grown up under the fiction that fear is weakness and failure is unacceptable.
We believe a vital life is forged by challenging ourselves outwardly and inwardly. We believe wellness and happiness are developed through earnest outside play, the dirty work of inner exploration, and deliberate action.
To discern what is truly essential we need space to think, time to look and listen, permission to play, wisdom to sleep, and the discipline to apply highly selective criteria to the choices we make.” —Greg Mckeown