Bradley | Oct 13, 2020 | 0
Occasionally humorous. Frequently inspiring. And in all ways valuable.
Christmas came early this year and in the form of an … Amazon Review.
I suppose I can finally come clean with the fact that I like line charts and bar graphs and slow growth over time. I envision a chart of “What I Wished for Christmas” over the years and how it might look. Maybe it’s more of a SWAT diagram with four quadrants and weighted axis …
- Little red train
- Atari 2600
- Hair gel
- Bail bonds*
- Anything but a necktie
- A trip to Cape Town, South Africa
- Book reviews
I got a review recently that I just love, love, love. I couldn’t have asked for anything more perfect. It’s insightful, shows that not only did he read the book, but truly got it and was able to formulate his thoughts in just a few brilliant and concise lines.
It’s even a 4-star review and not a 5-star review. It tells me that it could be just a little better, that I can make that next book just a little more, a little deeper, a little more something. I don’t know what that is yet, but I can tell you that I’ll find out because this inspires me to do more, write more, make it better and improve.
Maybe that’s my true Christmas wish: to keep learning, to improve, to enjoy the journey, to cherish the learning along the way and not only not care if I ever get there, but to slow down to make sure the trip last a lifetime.
Happy Holidays from your dream workshop where we work around the clock to chisel away at the calcium buildup holding down your true joy.
What are 10 Christmas wishes that you’ve had over the years? It’s a fun exercise that might just teach you something about … yourself.
* OK, OK, just making sure you’re awake! 😉
Valuable starter kit
By Sabin Prentison, December 21, 2017
And in all ways valuable.
A great book for those contemplating embarking on a journey of change, improvement, and intentional growth. Charbonneau’s every man approach and aw-shucks humor delivers life-altering concepts and baby spoon servings. It isn’t until committing to reading a chapter or two a day that by the book’s end, you realized that you’ve already begun employing the principles.