Or when the "front office" isn't communicating well with the factory floor?
It's especially tough when you are both the:
How can you keep it together? What's the foundation that will keep it all stable? Which threads hold the fabric
If this book, if even one chapter, helped you in any way, please remember that a simple, honest note from you about how this book helped you in a public review on the Amazon site might mean that this book will get into the hands of those who will also benefit from it.
There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning.? -- Jiddu Krishnamurti?
What if my goal were not to write 14 books but to write every single day?
Not to run a marathon but to jog every day.
Not to lose 10 pounds but to drink a liter more of water every day.
What if practice didn’t make perfect but practice is perfect ?
What if the goal were the daily habit?
Here are a few links to help you get rolling.
Write Every Day for 10 Days
Writing prompts, pretty pictures, directly into your email inbox. It’s just 10 Days! Easy peasy, right? Spoiler alert: it might lead to more days than 10. [https://goo.gl/g89xhz]?
Start a Blog Challenge
Ready to start writing Every Single Day but you have no website, no nada? Got past those 10 Days and are ready to go further? [https://goo.gl/9FJr98]
I get a lot of requests for my favorite audiobook...
Here’s a snippet from a forum I posted in back in 2015. Pretty much a lifetime ago.
It’s important to remember where we came from, how far we’ve come along, and where we’re headed.
Now we’re up front, we’re leading the pack, but it’s not a race, it’s an open road and up ahead? The unknown.
We, dear parents, dear adults, are the ones who probably need the spark.
Dear Every Single Day listeners. I interrupt this podcast with a message from our sponsor: Spark.
Out of my Every Single Day writing habit many things have been created: books, courses, podcasts, etc. Much of it has been co-created. Many of those co-creations have been with family. Younger family.
I’m now busy with two books with my two nieces (links to the books here: Drama and Escaping the Light).
When people send you a story that has changed their lives, they are sending you a story that is filled with grace. They’re saying this changed my life. When you read it, it changed your life.? — Caroline Myss?
You hear that often after people have put in hours or months or a lifetime of hard work to get where they are. The “10 Years + 1 Overnight = Overnight Success” stories. ESD is also no silver bullet, it’s not a quick fix, and it’s certainly not a get-rich-quick scheme. ?
When you create, you can refer to what you have created.
Oh wait, but if you haven’t created anything…
Get out there. In the cold. Put on your jacket. Do your thing.
Every. Single. Day.
Here’s the episode from Spark Campfire.
In case that URL doesn’t come through in your podcast description, here’s the link:
[ https://repossible.teachable.com/courses/spark/lectures/9929805 ]
I’d rather regret the things I’ve done than regret the things I haven’t done. — Lucille Ball?
I’ve transformed my life and I’d like to help you transform yours–but only if you really, really, really want to. ?
There’s just that “if” in there. But you’ve got that, right? We’re in Part 7, if you don’t have it yet, you still have a few chapters to reign it in. But seriously, if you’re here reading Part 7, I’d venture to say that you do really, really, really want to.
A dear friend passed away. He created Every Single Day. I’m pretty sure that’s what kept him happy, alive, and positive until just beyond his 105th birthday.
Here’s the audio from a few minutes from part of my upcoming course (Spark Campfire) in which I talk about Tony. I recorded the video the day before he died.
I hope he’ll help me by inspiring others to create on a daily basis.
To see the video and learn more about Spark Campfire, you can see the course curriculum (and the “Preview”)...
Yeah, I had to look it up, too. ?
Peroration: a long speech characterized by lofty and often pompous language; the concluding part of a speech or discourse, in which the speaker or writer recapitulates the principal points and urges them with greater earnestness and force?
My audiobook distributor, Findaway Voices, has a new service for audiobooks that allows me to give away a limited number of my audiobooks for free.
All you need to do is go to this link and get me the best email address where I can send you a code and we’ll be on our way:
Since I don’t want to put a list of free codes right here, you’re going to need to ask me for them. Manually. Then I’ll email a code to you. It’s as manual that. Yep, we’re going old school....