The odds of failure increase the higher you reach…
jeff noel’s epiphany moment came when I realized how much room there is for failure when you wait until the day of to write five new, fresh, original blog posts.
Here’s the blogging insight: Readers can’t comprehend (because they really don’t care) the creative effort, inspired energy, and passionate commitment it takes to do something no one else on the Internet is doing.
It takes many years to become an overnight success. Only those with a clear, concise and compelling vision will break through to the tipping point.
Recently, a Florida CEO made a (profound) statement, “We have yet to find the best way to do anything”.
Continuous improvement, six sigma, whatever you call it – the road to excellence has no finish line.
A leader’s job isn’t to maintain, it’s to make things better. So that when she leaves, people will say, wow, she sure pushed the boundaries and helped our organization become a household name, just like she envisioned.
Writing five blogs every day has wonderful, and may I audaciously say, transformational benefits. Far beyond what was ever thought possible. And yet….
What comes along with the good – and everyone knows this as a “truth” – is the bad. The bad in this case is writers block. My first little bout came and went a few days ago. It lasted a couple days. Triggered mostly by time pressures, not lack of desire.
Anyway, following a daily routine of scanning Facebook, Twitter, LnkedIn, blogs, etc, I stumbled upon a LinkedIn status update.