Do you need permission?
Certified fools are entitled to be themselves.
I have a wall covered in certificates.
Some merely say that I have completed a series of tasks and have met the requirements. Other certificates attest to my skill and abilities. Some certificates give me permission to do certain things.
My drivers license is a certificate. It tells people that I can drive.
My insurance card is a certificate. It tells people they’ll be paid when they sue me for driving badly.
The deed to my house is a certificate. It tells people that this home belongs to me and my wife. This certificate gives me a great deal of comfort.
The Registry of Certified Fools
Here at The Remarkable Fools Society are launching our own certificate - The Certified Fool. This certificate acknowledges that you’re doing the very best with what you have. It entitles you to be perfectly imperfect, flawed and fundamentally human. In other words, this certificate gives you permission to be yourself, take chances, make mistakes and answer to your own conscience before answering to the crowd.
On April 1 when we have our launch party, you’ll have a chance to find out how you can be a Certified Fool. In addition to that, you’ll get to meet some other fools who are embracing their own foolishness and living imperfectly good enough lives.
There will be a mini mime for zoom skills building workshop.
Check back here for more updates on the launch.
This experience is limited to readers of The Remarkable Fools Letter. It’s exclusive to y’all. I’m looking forward to seeing you on April 1, Remarkable Fools Day at Noon Eastern Time.
It’s like the old saying goes: