“It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.” Seneca (Roman Philosopher).
I was out on the mountain bike this week, enjoying a track that was a little rougher than those I usually ride when in the distance I saw that the track was flooded. What should I do? Turn back, try and push the bike round the muddy edge or be daring and take the risk of pedalling through the muddy waters. What was hidden – rocks, holes? How deep and what would happen if I got stuck or fell off? And it was a long stretch of water…
Hi! It’s spring and the blog has had a clean – new banner, new theme, new categories, new freebies.
And they’ll be more to come this year with more original content and ebooks on their way.
There’ll probably be 3.0 and 4.0 because a blog is never finished and is always work in progress.
How important is it to finish things? When is something finished? And does it matter that our imcomplete work is seen by others?
I was recently in Stratford-on-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, but I didn’t find the place quite as you might imagine. It wasn’t all picture postcard beautiful with a poet reciting on each corner or with cafes packed with wannabe bards.
But it did get me thinking.
The Lifewhack.com publishing machine has been at full tilt at the start of 2014. Two new books and a third revamped. They’re free and you can give them away. No strings, no advertising!
Just go to the free stuff page.