Some people have all of the luck!
Why couldn’t I be like these other writers and bloggers?
They’ve got it easy.
And don’t you say a word about the “grass is always greener…”
I ain’t buying it.
It’s just too upsetting to read titles like these as 2016 begins:
• 5 tech trends I totally missed in 2015
• 9 assumptions I was way-off-base about in 2015
• 8 ways I disappointed my friends in 2015
• 4 decisions I should’ve let my wife make in 2015
• 3 moves that hurt my finances in 2015
And I could go on and on.
Hopefully, YOU of all people, can understand why I’m peeved.
I mean, what the heck?
How can all of these other guys keep their foul-ups and foibles under double-digits?
I make this many mistakes in a single day!
It’s a hopeless feeling, frankly… knowing I’ll never be able to compose a similarly themed year-end wrap-up.
People just don’t care to read stuff of “War and Peace” length anymore.
Do the math.
The data does me no favors.
Daily double-digit mess-ups X 365.
There’s the sad straight-forward formula representative of my modus operandi for you.
If I wasn’t in such a foul mood, I’d work out the calculation for you – but I’d probably get that wrong, too.
So, no thank you.
I’m in full damage control mode today.
So I’m heading out for a walk or something.
Now… if YOU’D actually like to enjoy an intelligent, engaging, and truly significant “mind-shaping” perspective for your New Year, let me guide you over here.
You won’t find anything much better than this.
James Clear is a premier thinker.
And his recent “get ready for 2016” post offers a good lens for considering all of the other assorted suggestions, lists, and resolutions bound to come your way.
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