Success leaves clues.
I’ve experience this time and time again.
I was just speaking with a friend from Poland…
We talked about business and pursuing our paths in life.
I brought up Matthew 7:13.
Here is a one interpretation:
“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it. For the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to life, and there are few who find it.”
We both agreed of the rewards that come when this philosophy is applied over our lives.
About 30 minutes later, I saw a tweet from Gregory Ciotti which reminded me of the educational course writing myself and a team member do:
“Easy reading is damn hard writing.”
We spend hours over the structure and simplicity of our content. It’s hard work, but the final product is always stellar and customers agree.
I sent a text with the “easy reading” quote to my co-worker.
She loved it and replied with a Les Brown quote:
“Do what is easy and your life will be hard, but do what is hard and your life will be easy.”
I replied enthusiastically!
Which made me think of something I’ve heard Brian Tracy say many times:
“Unsuccessful people do low value activities, things that are fun and easy, rather than things that are hard and necessary.”
Is it me, or do all 4 of these have a similar essence?
Dig deep into the clues that are left behind.
Choose the path that is right for you.