Listen to your ideas
Every great achievement began as a small thought in the mind of someone who partly doubted it, but acted anyway.
We are all amazing idea machines. We crank them out constantly. Most of them are not game-changers. Yet, I’ll guarantee you, if you’re breathing and reading this post, you’ve had ideas that would have changed your life if not the world.
The quote above describes how almost every idea that has changed lives and changed the world began. Occasionally, we’re swept up in an amazing idea, but usually it’s that little voice inside of us that says, “That’s a good idea.”
Most of us, though, move on with our day and forget about the idea until we see it manifested in the world by someone else.
Power hack: So, I’d like you to join me in a little experiment for the next seven days. Each time you have an idea – big or small – about something that could make a difference in the world, I want you to capture it somewhere. Don’t wait. Capture when you have it so you don’t forget. Don’t “try” to think of things. Just let it happen in the course of your day. Notice things that need solutions.
By this time next week, I’d be shocked if you don’t have several incredible, viable ideas. What you choose to do with them is up to you, but you’ll never again wonder if you’re capable. You are!
If you’re inspired to share them below as you have them, I’d love to hear them! Thanks for reading the blog. Your support means everything!
P.S. It is Day 10 of my 10-day soda detox. So, I’ve gleaned a couple of benefits. I’ve noticed I have better focus without the soda in my system. I also noticed the afternoon crash was not as severe, if it happened at all. I was hoping it might benefit my psoriasis, but I didn’t notice any improvement from that.
Tonight I will post a video of me enjoying a Dr. Pepper for the first time in 10 days. I am committed, though, going forward to significantly cut back my soda intake. What were your results? I’d love to hear below!