Can you sell yourself on the better of two decent choices?
Much of life, whether we like it or not, comes down to choices.
There are two kinds of choices.
The ones we make for ourselves.
The ones others make for us.
Every morning for the past seven-plus years i have had the choice to spend two hours writing five blog posts. i’ve said yes 2,657 consecutive days.
And yesterday morning during a business call, i discovered that i have no choice in whether or not a client picks me over another business advisor.
So now a new opportunity. How to convince the CEO that hiring a team of people has limitations that hiring a single expert doesn’t have.
i love this.
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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.
The value of our yesterday is often below our conscious thought because we are generally very busy keeping up with the fast pace of life. Being busy becomes a deeply embedded habit and dramatically inhibits living consciously.
This is the main reason why i chose to continue writing five daily, differently-themed blogs after the 100-day challenge was officially completed.
Daily writing, or journaling, in solitude before the day gets busy, grounds us in a way nothing else comes close to. And now it’s been over 2,200 consecutive days.