(photos: Top: April 1, 2010. Bottom: April 5, 2011.)
Today marks the beginning of the seventh year.
Hard to believe what began on April Fools Day 2009 as a 100-day, self imposed, kick-your-butt writer’s bootcamp has blossomed into something remarkably different.
Honestly didn’t think it would last 100 days.
Maybe it was the sheer magnitude of the impossibility that allowed writing five daily, differently-themed blogs to succeed.
If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reach high enough.
Yesterday’s ‘quit writing’ announcement was an April Fool’s joke.
To be able to quit writing may be the best thing to free up more time to organize life.
Everyone says kids grow up fast.
There’s one here that’s almost 14 and it is so true.
What are your big plans for April? Remember, impossible or big doesn’t mean something no one else has ever done. It’s means impossible or big relative to what you have never done.
Just so you know, I battle every single day with keeping up, prioritizing, postponing and even completely letting go.
And with change, the more you proactively practice, the better you get at it, which feeds your self-confidence, which just keeps helping you.
Not sure if I’ll be blogging tomorrow. Have a best-selling book to finish. April is get it done month.
You could always subscribe via email…
Maybe it’s time to remind everyone that April will change things for me. Are you expecting big change in April? Are you driving big change?
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Change is the only constant. I love routine just as much as change. Sounds conflicting, but isn’t.
The most exciting thing about proactive change?
PS. Am not completely sold on Feedburner. And therefore, this is not an endorsement, just an option.