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I love this John Wooden quote.
Because it challenges my thinking.
I'm way too quick to do something part way, without planning or evaluating, and then say, "I can fix this later."
Not a good plan.
It creates more problems that way. I know.
From personal experience.
Although at times, we think we're doing something right and it still gets away from us without realizing it.
Until life gets hard.
In either situation, there comes a time when we have to make the decision to get back on track. To do it over.
I find myself there now.
I love blogging. I love interacting with you.
But I've neglected a few commitments in the meantime.
So, just for this week, I'm going to practice light blogging on my site and I'm going to go catch up with some of my favorite bloggers.
And, for the week, I'm going to practice heavy evaluating of my life and my blogging.
|Old desk by Mary Denman Photography|
Be more efficient with the blogging I do.
Finish the redesign of my blog.
Brainstorm a new book idea.
And to come back stronger.
With a better vision.
A cleaner look.
I'll share all the great tips I find about blogging smarter, especially on Twitter.
I want to clean off my mental desk this week and only keep what's important.
Doing more things right the first time and having fewer problems for it!
Are you like me and end up ham-strung by not doing things well the first time? How do you deal with it when you need to evaluate your life? Any good life/blogging tips you can share with others?
TWEETABLE: Inspiration from John Wooden quote (click to tweet)
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