Ah, Succession Sundays... pithy banter, sibling bloodsport, Macbeth'ing it to the end! Nothing ever really happens, but what can it teach us about our ambition monsters?
Great chip idea. I would want an on/off chip. At night, I'd like to be able to turn off my brain so I can sleep.
I totally get the "Alisa is worthy" chip thing. For the past two years, that's what I've been working on myself. Understanding and KNOWING I am worthy. Not having to try to convince myself with daily mantras, but an inner knowing that is there. With the intensive therapy work I did this summer, I can actually say, it's embedded in there. The worthy chip is in! Wahooo.
Next up. I want to work on the kindness and generosity chip. And I don't mean the one that us Type A's do with work--ie giving everything we've got until we drop kind of striving to prove type giving, but the generosity and kindness of doing so with no agenda for anything in return. I'm writing about this at the moment as I experienced this from someone over a year ago. It made me realize I had NEVER experienced this kindness of generosity. I didn't really understand it. I want to unlearn my idea that it has to be transactional in some way and just learn to be with it. Both receiving and sending.
I can't home in on anything in particular at the moment, but I will say that after listening to this podcast interview with the mighty Kara Swisher I kinda wish she was my therapist, because her value chip is off the charts! No joke: this is the attitude that all women should walk around in the world with, and I bet you'll get an upgrade on your chip when you hear it. Debbie Millman and Roxane Gay do the interviewing: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kara-swisher/id328074695?i=1000631454817