What if every day could be like Sunday?
written by john c ashworth
An early rise. Lots of good coffee. A trip to the pool. A beautiful World Cup Final at 10 AM. Ample time spent near a pile of books and newsletters feeding the creative mojo. Lunch, a nap, a nice evening with family and preparation for an early bed time and ready for action on Monday. Not bad. A fitting end to the week, and a ferocious start to the next.
By the time you read this, the World Cup Final will be over. The most important result being that if you were there, you were a part of the most collective experience we can have as human beings living on the planet earth. Pretty cool. If you were there, it was great to be a part of it with you. If not, well…maybe next time. We missed you.
Why am I here today? I’ll get to it right now.
Every day can’t be like Sunday. You need the balance. You need to get to work. You need to remain disciplined. Follow your bliss, and track your numbers. Stay on the path to your goals. Relaxing, drinking coffee, reading, and filling the tank. These are important too. But every day? Forget obout it. Get to it. What actions do you need to take today? And if you don’t know, then you need to back up and start there. Where are you trying to get to? Now back-up from there and identify the yearly, monthly, weekly, and day to day actions that will get you there. Go!
Today, filling the tank and fostering Mojo is my thing. An important thing. A thing that keeps me going. Even when it all gets so frickin’ tough at times. Very much like those world class athletes we watched today. They NEVER give in. They DO NOT give up. They keep going. Keep running. Keep tackling, heading and fighting. Until the game is over. They recover, and the whole process starts over again.
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