Too many opportunities? Don’t know what to decide?
It wasn’t too long ago that most of us didn’t have a lot of choices as to our careers and futures.
There was school, college, or getting into a family business.
Wasn’t just a ton of more options than that!
Today, we’re bombarded with info and opportunity.
It can be hard to choose. We want a handful of everything.
We don’t want to miss out. I’m reminded of a few fables…
The man who chases two rabbits, catches neither one.
There’s a lot of truth to that! There’s another story of a donkey that’s standing halfway between a pile of hay and a bucket of water.
He keeps looking left to the hay, and then right to the water, trying to decide.
Hay or water, hay or water?
He’s unable to decide, and eventually falls over dead of hunger and thirst.
With just a little bit of insight, he would have realized he could clearly go drink the water.
And then walk over and eat the hay.
But you can’t do both at once, right?
So, in short?
We can do anything in life we want to do.
But we can only pick one thing at a time.
We can’t chase two rabbits at once.
That’ll just get us tired and hungry!
Lots of ways we can apply this in our lives, isn’t there?
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Just focus on ONE RABBIT. And may we not be like the “donkey.”
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25 years sales and marketing experience rolled into one blog. James works with world's top marketing experts such as Dan Kennedy, Matt Lloyd, Perry Marshall and Chris Cardell.