What if, every day for the past 10 years, you’d written a daily summary of your life? Every morning or evening, without fail, you had picked up a pen and put your thoughts into words.
Imagine what this journal would be like.
Now visualize picking up this leather-bound book, finding the dog-eared page from yesterday and finding a place for today’s thoughts.
You know what you’d find?
A blank page.
Of course it’s blank, right?
Yet in our lives, we rarely think of the day as blank, as a place from which to begin again. A day that is not yet written and absolutely ours to make (or make over).
So it goes with our professional lives, our personal lives, our relationships, our goals…everything.
The page is blank. What will you do with it?