Dear blog trackers, sorry for no new content recently. I’ve been incredibly busy with developing some new guides and seminar topic ideas. But that aside, how you been?
How is your relationship development going? Have you made any new, meaningful contacts since we last spoke? NO? Shame on you. I’d say I’ve made at least 5. I am not trying to brag. Rather I am trying to build the case for getting busy with getting out there.
The old schoolyard adage about “if you want a friend, be a friend” is so true. Yesterday I was speaking with one of my newest contacts who turns out to be part psychologist (no, that’s not like being a little Irish, which I am). The point is, she was commenting on one of the fastest cures for mild depression is getting out and giving to others rather than taking for yourself. Per my new friend, when we focus on the giving of ourselves to others, we get further away from the burdens that may be overwhelming us right now.
Maybe this isn’t rocket surgery, but it is surely a dose of a great idea that can make a big difference.
More later on the big three life questions 1) Who am I? 2) Why am I here? and 3) Where am I going?