It Works It Works It Works

Jim Rohn:  That which is easy to do,  is also easy not to do.   None of the daily necessary habits are complicated.  We can all make a list of ‘easy’ daily things that make our lives flow.  [You don’t want to know how long it took me to make that list.]  These skills are now automatic. It didn’t take very long for these new habits to become my strength.  The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy explains this principle thoroughly. 

Yesterday’s post would (Oh it is snowing.  There is something about snow, quietly doing its thing as it creates a whole new world.) As I was saying, Yesterday’s post would have never happened if I didn’t have my daily habits to fall back on. At the end of the day I gave myself a pat on the back and knew I had done well.  Much was accomplished simply because I had made my list and checked things off as they were completed.

Today is a “fast” day for the Children of Nepal.  My company, Young Living Essential Oils has been asked to do a project over there.  I enjoy fasting and today will get me back into the weekly habit of a 24 hour fast.  Noon to noon.

Today is a glorious opportunity and I am diving in.  How about you.  What one new opportunity are you taking advantage of?


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