I spent 3 days with 1,000+ people from all over the world and I only really know 3 of them. Why is that? Simple. I knew them before I got there. I had supper with one of them a few months ago but never met the other two in person until this past weekend. I met each of them at different times online. Here’s the secret: We meet together every single week online in a private group with a common purpose. There’s actually 8 of us but this was the first time four of us had been together in one physical location. My question now is, “How do I get to know you better?”
Have you ever been around someone who always takes the negative side of a situation? If so, my guess is they’re skilled in the art of sarcasm. Sarcasm is a learned form of negative communication. It is many times caught instead of taught. There are no classes on how to do it but if you hang around negative people, chances are you will become good at sarcasm. If your self-esteem is suffering, sarcasm can become a creative outlet.
Have you ever started a project and wanted to quit? Most of us have. To quit is to admit defeat. In some cases, quitting is a good thing. In most cases, it’s a very damaging thing. Quitting can become an attitude, a habit, an excuse for not just about anything. It takes very little to quit and quitting is always an option. There’s a price to pay for both options.
Want To Quit
So now you know what I mean by the idea of “Doing Stuff Daily.”
Actively engaging in specific activities on a daily basis.
That’s Doing Stuff Daily.
I have to take the rest of the week off now because I’m renovating my office.
Please leave a comment below and tell what stuff you do daily.
I published a book and it was far from perfect. It was also one of the best things I’ve done in years. Have you ever wanted to do something but thought it was beyond your reach so you never tried? I think we have all felt this way at least once in our lives.