We’ve thrown ourselves in, for future – that’s why we build. Why?
Sometimes we do that for that immediate sense of relief completion brings. Shoulders relaxed, not so tight now. Known this feeling before – owned this feeling before, many times – the awes that refreshes …
Momentary, like that feeling in downhill skiing, as we unweight skis in making turns – momentarily paused, in transition, not really going anywhere – then we schuss off in some new direction, in each new turn we hesitate less, think less, smooth-ourselves over bumps, now less severe. Simply sliding over, past and around them.
Always will be something worth doing followed by periods of doing nothing, followed by periods of doing something spectacular. Relief comes when things are done.
Like that press release I saw recently: FOR IMMEDIATE RELIEF
P.S.: yesterday’s launch of soft-marketing for GET TO SPEAK went well; many thanks to many well wishers who called or wrote with kind comments and glitch-catches. Thanks. It was the last day of home-stretch exhaustion. And, there was lots of administrative-goo than I planned, but no plan is perfect. I have 12 early-adopters on-board – a great team and I know we’ll do some fun projects together. And we plan to recruit more great speakers from all over. And, finding speaking gigs is our main purpose …
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 4C/39F, empty sky – rosy hues on the horizon, tires are humming along Macleod Trail; Gusta finding too many nibblies in the grass, so we had to pick up the pace to a gentle trot – both feet feeling fine ...
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