It’s true — there’s no rule that says we have to get things right on our first try. Boy am I glad this is the case. In fact I think you’d be hard pressed to find many people that “got it right” the first few times they attempted to go after their goals and dreams.
If there’s one thing life has taught me through my experiences it’s that we are but a part of much larger puzzle. One persons role might be owner of a multi-national company and another’s of homemaker, still we must remember that neither is more prestigious or important (in the grand scheme of things) than the other. Each serves its own unique purpose.
Maybe it was just yesterday, or if you’re lucky its been a while, either way you’ve likely had someone tell you your idea couldn’t be done. Have you ever pondered the question as to why someone made such a bold statement?
When I first heard Jim Rohn talk of the importance of keeping an idea journal I was immediately captivated. So what is it you ask?
What is it? – In its simplest form an idea journal is accomplished when we take the time to commit our ideas to paper. It makes no difference whether it’s done with a notepad or a fancy journal. The effect is the same. All your ideas need to be recorded.
I am certain you know the road I am referring to. It may very well be that you’re on such a path now? It’s rarely an easy one and often filled with those that make claims that things can’t be done.