While he was working on falling asleep during the newscast, I was lying there thinking about all of the things I could be doing since I was still awake. So I picked up a book I have been putting off reading for school – Talent Is Never Enough, by John Maxwell.
I am typically a fan of Maxwell’s work, but this particularly book is packed with more stories and quips than practical information, so it has been a challenge to get through. Oddly enough, halfway through the book I find myself inspired to jump online and get moving on a big goal. Congratulations, John Maxwell.
Louis L’Amour is credited with saying, “The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.” Everyone knows that painters paint and writers write. I suppose I have been waiting for someone else to turn on the water, and I have been standing by, pen in hand, ready to catch the flow of words. Instead, I am going to put fingertips to keyboard and have faith that the words will come.
Thanks for joining me on the journey.