New book out yesterday. Time for the next one. Step up to the plate!
I decided to write a book called “Decide” because had I never made the decision on Nov. 1, 2012 to start writing, Every Single Day would have been called “Maybe That One Day” with the bold emphasis on the cover on Maybe.
I’m a big fan of working on the “sales” side of a product before you build it. Although I’ve written most of Decide already, with just now a month left to go, I decided to dig in and pull out tidbits of goodness from within the pages.
Below are five I found that I liked.
Decide: “Never” is one of those short, five letter words, that are hard for us to comprehend because our minds can’t get a hold on something like infinity.
Decide: The difference between something getting done and something not getting done is extremely simple yet not necessarily always easy.
Decide: Because you saw this book, because you even glanced at it, because your brain analyzed the arrows and thought about them, there is no turning back. Now the decision has you under its spell.
Decide: The trick, the art, the secret of these tipping points is to keep them small, to keep them active, and to be tipping them all the time so we become used to them and they’re no longer big and scary.
Decide: “Someday” and “never” have the same numerical value in that they both equal zero, or in other words, they are valueless, they have no worth, it will never get done.
The Repossible Podcast
Five Reasons Why You Should Write Every Day
Five Reasons Why You Should Write Every Day -- Hidden Gems Books