New tricks for the holidays
“Prosperity belongs to those who learn new things the fastest.”
(Paul Zane Pilzer)
It’s mid-December, and it’s time to shut things down for the holidays.
At least, that’s what a large part of me keeps saying. I’ve got no speaking gigs or travel till January, I’m a bit tired from a hectic year, and my daughter Hannah comes home from college today.
But while I may not be as outwardly busy, this is actually a great time to learn something new. What’s one thing you could improve with a little intentional focus?
—that new computer application at work?
—further work on a new language?
—working better and quicker with Dropbox?
—increased listening skills?
Yes, it’s a hectic time of year, filled with tons of concerns about others. Pick one thing (and only one thing) to get better at this season.
Peace begins with pause,