Customer Quote of the Week
Some improvements only help hide bad habits.
What's obvious to improve is not always what is best to improve. Making a bigger and better sandcastle, with a bad habit of building it too close to the sea ... is well... predictable.
Do we really need another "improved" diet program? Maybe we just need to stick with the last one we started and find a practical way to address our bad habits (eat less, exercise more, and do it consistently).
Maybe we should take a break from "new" improvements, "new" ideas, "new" causes, "new" education, and stop avoiding or reinforcing our bad habits.
Another pointed example? Being "busy" and involved in "good works" are great for covering up bad habits. Consider church, volunteer organizations, or political causes. These are great places to get excited (and distracted) with the "bigger cause" and avoid our own bad habit gremlins.
Giancarlo Newsome is the founder of G-Force Accelerated Marketing.