The last time I wrote here, I made a bunch of promises–including a promise to write about the things I promised. Well, if you thought I forgot about that, you were wrong. I’ve been busy, albeit sporadically, trying to make good on those promises and learning lessons along the way. I’m going to break up my report into a series of posts so it’s easier to digest.
Before I dive in, let’s recap the promises.
- Go skiing with my son to honor his desire to spend time with me and show me what he loves.
- Focus on something other than myself. Look outward rather than inward.
- Write about the process.
That’s only three items; how hard could it be to check off that list, right?
Well, a quarter of a year has passed and I only have one definitive check mark. I’ve made progress on the other items, but as I described it in my original post, it’s more of a journey than a destination.
You have probably surmised from the photo that I made it to the ski slopes with my son. (Yay, me.) I’ve also spent a lot of time researching possibilities, evaluating opportunities, and trying some new things. My head is full of information that is begging to be mined for nuggets of wisdom.
It’s coming, my friends. Here’s what I’m going to share with you in my next several posts:
- There’s more than one way to conquer a mountain.
- Overthinking kills ambition.
- People who need help don’t want you to wait to get your ducks in a row. They don’t need them to be lined up; they just need ducks.
- My grocery cart looks a whole lot different to me now.
- Never, ever lose sight of the people.