Wednesday, December 22, 2004

SEVEN INSIGHTS FOR THE OUTWARD JOURNEY. A couple of years ago, I began to consider the insights I have received that most help me to live an active, engaged, but reflective outward life. As I put the list together and reduced it down to a few essential statements, the following list is one on which I can hang my hat. On the surface they seem all-too-obvious, even shallow. At the same time they have, as Shrek says, "layers." They have layers--history, perspective, experience, illustration, connectivity, and considerable depth. I have copyrighted the list for future development. Anyone interested in taking a risk on investing in a writing/resourcing project? Let me know. Below I share the list in the briefest possible terms--mere bullet points. Over the next few days and weeks I will flesh out what's inside each one.

1. Think big

2. Start small

3. Build well

4. Act impeccably

5. Resource your network

6. Expand within your mission

7. Enjoy the journey

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