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.
This is not a promo for a product or business ... just a friendly blog post. I’m engaging a “slow-carb” eating plan, developed by Tim Ferris.
Our physical well-being affects other areas of our lives: business and finances, family and social, even spiritual.
CURRENT UPDATE: I've bid farewell to 16+ pounds of body fat in 6 weeks. I have most likely actually lost 17 or 18 pounds of body fat. Why? Because I've been consistently doing resistance training, adding lean muscle tissue. Motivated about it all.
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Take a look at the graphic I put together on the right … the golden arrow is a pathway – our quest to move towards our destiny with accuracy.
The line represents our exploring and experiencing different things in our questing. As we intersect with our destined pathway, we enjoy our highest energy and sense of purpose.