Spit’n In The Wind (0:17)
The “commitment” to get there is your first priority. The approximate time of your arrival is second.
|Posted By Bjorn|
| Spit`n in the wind. |
This really kickes my ass in gear. Thank you Michael. Love is planetary consciousness.
|Posted By Vernon|
| just show up |
Commitment to showing up every day, on time and ready to deliver is the only way you will move in the direction you want to go. No one knows where the end of your path will lead. The journey is more important than the destination any way...especially if you are a creative soul. Thanks for the focus.
|Posted By Rachel Walker|
| Forcasting winds in the key of C.. |
Its not that one can leave the music..its that the music will not leave the one. Have a great evening Michael! Rachel
|Posted By Taryn|
| The Babe! |
I admit my husband had to explain to me that Babe Ruth used to point to where he was going to hit the ball for his home run. A great visual! Gotta know where you're going. Even if it takes you somewhere else!!! I'm taping this one in front of my face!!!
|Posted By Jake Kot|
| Purposeful Phrasing |
Intelligent forecasting rather than positive thinking...brilliant.
|Posted By Kingvegas|
| Spittin' in the Wind... |
Thanks once again JMD. I'm in a rebuilding season trying some new things. The fog is lifting and the vision is getting clearer.
|Posted By Susan Zinnetti|
| Commit First! |
If I really tell the truth about it, the biggest reason I was always reluctant to “commit” to most big projects is because the “details” looked too time consuming and costly. What I’ve learned over the years is that making a commitment FIRST, brings those details to their knees, and makes them quite manageable.
|Posted By Beth Marcus|
| Intention & Comittment |
Michael, you wrote a blog a few years ago that I have taped to my wall right in front of me! “Whenever intention and commitment are confidently aimed at an impossible target, your chances are very good that you’ll get "close enough" to the bulls eye.”
|Posted By Tri Max|
| No Bailing Out! |
The most challenging component of any big project is to make the commitment to see it through to the end, without bailing out in the middle.