No, I am not confused, and I don’t have the dates wrong.
I celebrate my New Year on September 1.
Writer and speaker Les Brown says you will be exactly where you are now next year except for the books you read and the people you meet.
Here are the must reads of this year to be, do, and have more in 2020:
I cleaned my trailer yesterday, no big deal, but I planned to sell it a month ago. I knew I couldn’t sell it without taking pictures, and I couldn’t take pictures without cleaning it up. I spent a month in Should have, and one afternoon doing it. How did I start? I...
Many people tell me they are afraid of setting goals because of what would happen if they didn’t achieve them. “They would have failed.”
I assure them they were missing the point.
if you had a suspicion that your ship was sinking, what would you do?
James Greengrass, a friend and colleague, read and responded to my post of May 2, and I found his answers so profound, I wanted to post them for my tribe.
I am looking forward to taking you on a trip into the future. Will you join me? How about a visit to September 1, 2019?
Is Facebook making you anxious? Does reading Twitter leave you feeling out of control? And how are you coming along with Inbox Zero?
Jim Rohn, a speaker and author that I followed, offered that your success will mostly be an average of the five people you hang with most.