We have a story to tell or something important to say ... a passion to communicate it ... and an ability to write …
And yet we also need to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset about our story or message.
What’s the better stance for you?
Welcome these times and seasons in your life: You want what the Creator’s designing, but you’re absolutely clueless as to “how” to get there.
Low hanging fruit feels good. A little. And for a little while.
But what’s the cost of always going for low-hanging fruit? If it’s keeping us from swinging for the fences, then the price is high indeed.
Babe Ruth struck out more than anyone. But he crushed a ton of home runs. No one has ever said he was just going for low-hanging fruit.
Every so often we have to swing for the fences.
What can this look like? ...
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Penny and I are on a new, healthy eating plan, and it’s paying dividends. Even so, at times, there is a strong temptation to revert to past patterns we have known for a long time. My wife was having one of these temporary episodes last evening. (Believe me, I have had my own!)
But she said, “I need to read again about this new style of eating.” She was right. I once heard a leader say that whenever he loses some steam about a project he is working on, he will sit down at a large desk or table and spread everything out — all of the plans and paperwork related to his project. Soon the fire returns.